Most people think of boats and land vehicles when they hear the word “fiberglass.” That may be because gorgeous windows and French doors, for instance, are made from this material. Fiberglass window and door frames are made of glass fibers and resin. These materials hardly contract in extreme weather and temperature changes, making these frames great at resisting swelling, rotting, and warping. The design of fiberglass windows and doors allows durable frames that are perfect for any home in any type of climate.
With proper preparation, you can actually paint or stain a fiberglass frame. This is a tremendous advantage over both aluminum windows and vinyl windows. In addition to a sturdy and durable frame, these windows are made with a modern design in mind, such as premium glass and a weather-resistant exterior.
Deciding on a fiberglass window replacement for your San Diego home is indeed, an excellent idea. Aside from the obvious added visual appeal, upgrading to fiberglass windows is a smart and economical choice as newer, energy-efficient designs are available, allowing San Diego homeowners to save on energy bills. Fiberglass replacement windows can also hold large expanses of glass and they provide greater flexibility for customization to homeowners with its paintable feature.
Quick facts about fiberglass windows:
Milgard Ultra Series Fiberglass Windows are low maintenance and dependable meets modern design with a classic and timeless look! The Ultra Series is truly the ultimate ideal line of windows and comes standard with Milgard’s SunCoat Low-E to help control the temperatures inside your home. These windows are the ideal fiberglass windows for San Diego! The Ultra Series is available in seven colors to match your home’s exterior!
US Window & Door sells and installs the finest fiberglass windows in San Diego and can help make your home look its absolute best with our fiberglass window replacement services. To learn more about the products and services we offer, feel free to contact us or request a quote today!