Vinyl vs. Fiberglass Windows

Vinyl vs. Fiberglass WindowsIf the windows on your home are drafty, hard to open or close, or are just an eyesore, it may be time to look for new replacement windows. Two of the most popular types of windows are vinyl and fiberglass windows, but which one is right for you? Let’s take a look at some of the most important factors when it comes to windows and how these two materials compare to one another.

  • Energy efficiency – Both vinyl and fiberglass windows are energy efficient and can be equipped with features such as multiple panes, argon gas fills, warm-edge spacers and more to increase their energy efficiency.
  • Maintenance – Fiberglass windows are durable enough to last for years on your home, and vinyl windows are prized for being low maintenance – a simple wipe down with soap and water will keep them looking like new.
  • Cost – With long-lasting durability, fiberglass windows are usually more expensive than vinyl windows, but when you factor in the low-maintenance benefits of vinyl windows, it’s easy to see why they’re so popular with homeowners.

Turn to Beldon® for Incredible Vinyl or Fiberglass Windows

When you choose to have vinyl or fiberglass windows from Beldon installed on your home, you can feel confident that you’ll be getting some of the best windows on the market. That’s because our windows come with a number of energy-efficient features that meet stringent ENERGY STAR® requirements, are virtually maintenance free, and will increase the curb appeal of your home.

If you’re ready to have new replacement windows installed on your home, give us a call today. We would be happy to come to your home for a free consultation where our experts will listen to your goals and help recommend the perfect windows to meet your needs as well as your budget.

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