Vinyl Window Replacement in Texoma
Why You Should Choose Vinyl Replacement Windows
The first thing you must know about vinyl replacement windows in the Texoma area is that they’re not new-fangled or unproven. Vinyl windows have been available for nearly 50 years, and an astounding 70% of all windows manufactured in the United States are currently comprised of vinyl.
Vinyl windows are especially useful in climates with considerable temperature variations between summer and winter. Within each sash frame is an insulated glass panel comprising two glass panes separated by an air space. Better-quality windows contain thick vinyl extrusions with welded corners, resulting in a super-strong, rigid frame. And the area between the glass panes is filled with argon gas or has a Low-E film that helps to block out solar heat in the summer.
Window Remodeling Services
We offer a wide range of styles and options, including double-hung, casement, sliding, and bay windows. Our vinyl replacement windows are energy-efficient, durable, and easy to maintain, making them an excellent, valuable investment for your home. Vinyl windows can also help reduce your energy bills and carbon footprint.
Contact us to learn more about our offerings. Our windows are also available in various colors and finishes, so you can choose the look to match your home's style.
Custom Replacement Windows
- Vinyl Double Hung Windows
- Vinyl Single Hung Windows
- Vinyl Picture Windows
- Vinyl Sliding Windows
- Vinyl Casement Windows
- Custom Vinyl Window Shapes
- Custom Vinyl Patio Doors
Benefits of Vinyl Windows
Easy Window Maintenance
Few materials can compete with vinyl in terms of low maintenance. Vinyl windows, unlike wood windows, never need to be painted, scraped, or sanded. It’s also resistant to decay, water, and wood-boring insects and birds. With an occasional scrubbing with warm, soapy water, vinyl can be brought back to like-new condition. And, unlike aluminum windows, vinyl windows do not transfer heat and cold through the frame and sash.
Each sash frame contains an insulated glass panel made up of two glass panes separated by an air gap. Thick vinyl extrusions with welded corners form a super-strong, rigid window framing. In the summer, the area between the glass panes is filled with argon gas or has a Low-E coating that helps to block off solar heat. This is to improve energy efficiency and reduce noise.