Custom windows give you the opportunity to customize their size, frame color and shape. They also offer modern options in both performance and style.
These are great if you need to replace existing windows or want to step outside the limits of standard sizes for your new home. They are also good for areas that require regular air circulation.
Aluminum custom windows are a great option for homeowners looking to enhance the beauty of their home without breaking the bank. These durable, low maintenance windows are available in a variety of aesthetically pleasing styles that can fit a wide range of architectural styles. PGT Aluminum windows are also energy efficient and can help homeowners save money on their energy bills throughout the summer months when the Florida sun can cause extreme energy spikes.
These types of windows can be installed using different installation methods including insert installation and retrofit installation. They are the perfect choice for older homes that have existing frames and need a replacement window.
Whether you want the classic look of wood frame windows or the lower maintenance of vinyl, there is a window option that can offer the best of both worlds. Composite windows are made of a combination of both materials and provide homeowners with a sturdy, long-lasting* option that is also energy efficient.
These windows are ideal for areas requiring air circulation and have a wide range of styles to suit any home. Choosing composite windows also allows you to incorporate high-tech treatments that improve their thermal performance, reducing the burden on your HVAC system. You can choose from a full-frame installation or insert installation for the frames you already have.
A timeless aesthetic, wood windows are durable and work well as an insulator. They can be a good option for homeowners who want to add value to their property.
Designed for Florida’s climate, awning windows open outward, allowing you to ventilate your home even during rainy weather. They can also be used in combination with other styles to create a striking visual effect.
JELD-WEN Siteline Wood and Clad-Wood windows feature elegance, thoughtful engineering, and long-lasting performance. They come in a range of customization options and are constructed from AuraLast pine that protects against harsh weather, wood rot, and termites. These are the ideal choice for traditional and colonial-style homes.
With a life expectancy double that of aluminum and vinyl, fiberglass is the latest wave of window technology. These windows are stronger than traditional wood and offer a high level of energy efficiency.
They also have a low thermal expansion rate. This means they do not expand and contract as much as other materials, which reduces the risk of leaks around frames and sashes.
This is particularly important in areas that experience extreme weather. The narrow sashes and frames of these fiberglass casements can defy winds up to 142 mph.
This window style has a fixed top and a movable bottom that opens and closes vertically for ventilation. It is available in a range of sizes and offers many customization options. Some options include a dual-color frame, energy saving glass, and custom window treatments.
The cost of single hung windows can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the size of the window, its location in your home, and installation costs. It can also be affected by labor rates and local supply chains.
Installing new windows is a complex task, which requires professional equipment and expertise. A pro can offer a better price and guarantee the quality of the work.
With their operable top and bottom sashes, double hung windows are a great choice for homes that require enhanced ventilation. They also make cleaning upper floor windows easier, making them ideal for multi-story homes.
Brand and window type will impact pricing, but you can save money by selecting energy efficient double-pane glass. Other customizable options include interior and exterior colors and hardware finishes, as well as grille patterns.
PGT offers a number of custom window styles to suit a range of home designs. Their EnergyVue vinyl frames are designed for durability, and they offer protection from UV rays. Their ClassicVue aluminum lines are more affordable, and they are ideal for homes in Florida’s subtropical climate.