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Vinyl windows have become very popular over time due to their energy efficiency. Vinyl frames expand and contract according to their surroundings, allowing them to create a snug fit that does a quality job of insulating homes. Vinyl frames are also known for their durability, and require very little upkeep other than the occasional washing with soap and water. Finally, vinyl windows are one of the most affordable window and door materials and can even increase the resale value of your home.
Steel windows have long been a go-to product for sophisticated architects, builders and homeowners seeking durability, strength and large, floor-to-ceiling windows with a modern statement. Their strength allows large continuous floor-to-ceiling windows with bigger panes of glass, minimum mullion structural supports and wrap around corner windows. Although approximately two to three times more expensive than a wood window, steel windows have amazing versatility, and can be successfully placed in nearly any design, from contemporary to traditional.
For homeowners looking for a specific look, wood can easily be stained or painted to match the homeowners overall color needs. Wood is a material that is particularly vulnerable to intense sun or rain, and could damage or warp over time. It is also important to keep in mind that wooden window and door frames typically require more maintenance than other materials. This frame material works best in homes with fair and consistent weather patterns.
Aluminum window and door frames have been a long time favorite among architects and builders due to their light weight and durability. Aluminum frames are also known to be less expensive than other materials. Unfortunately, aluminum is also known for holding excess heat within the frame, which is not favorable for homes in already hot climates.