4 Most Popular Window Materials

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A window replacement project isn’t cheap, which is why it’s necessary to get the right materials and hire the best contractors to finish the job. Replacement windows, however, come in a wide array of styles, making decisions more difficult. Fortunately, WMGB Home Improvement can suggest the right window framing material for your home. 

Here’s a quick rundown of the most popular window material we offer.

1. Vinyl

Vinyl windows consist of a plastic material called polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which has a high insulation value. This means it provides a significant amount of insulation that can help keep your home cozy. Apart from their thermal efficiency, vinyl windows are also economical, making them the go-to option for homeowners on a budget.

Due to their low-maintenance properties, vinyl replacement windows are gaining more attention. This type of window is scratch-resistant and can be easily cleaned. Special cleaning tools are not necessary to keep your vinyl windows in pristine condition.

2. Fiberglass

With fiberglass, you won’t have to worry about your windows succumbing to the elements only a few years after installation. This window material has a solid structure, which makes it one of the most durable options on the market. Fiberglass windows also have resins that are smooth and adaptable.

3. Wood

Homeowners who prefer classic materials may choose wood windows. This type of window has a timeless and natural look, which can help boost curb appeal. Similar to vinyl, wood provides better insulation than metal. It also does not attract condensation like metal frames. 

4. Aluminum

Another budget-friendly window material is aluminum. This material is weather resistant and will not rust, making it a worthwhile investment. Aluminum windows can also block noise better than other types of windows.

Turn to WMGB Home Improvement for your window replacement. We offer a variety of window styles, including bay, casement and egress window. Call us today at (616) 328-6625, or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment. We serve residents of Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids, MI.

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