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It seems like we have been talking about this topic a lot lately and it wasn’t that long ago that a window was a window … was a window. Basically, a hole in the wall fitted with a wood-framed pane of glass that allowed a view to the outside and provided a little bit of daylight into a house.
Over the past 25 years, windows have changed dramatically. Not only are they far more energy-efficient than their predecessors, they are available in a wide range of styles, frames and glass options. Today, professional builders and home buyers are able to precisely align a window’s energy performance, cost, and style to achieve an optimum solution for any home.
Among an increasing variety of window frame materials, here’s how the tried-and-true measure up to the next generation. Here I will shed the light on Aluminum, Vinyl, Wood, and Composite Windows. Continue to the FULL article……