Vinyl Windows: A Smart Replacement

20 Apr

Vinyl Windows A Smart Replacement

Vinyl replacement windows are a smart investment. They are one of today’s most popular replacement window options because they are attractive, effective, and increase a home’s resale value.

Vinyl windows have several practical benefits. For one, the material is great for insulation because it has the highest  R-value of any window material. R-value measures a window’s ability to trap air inside and prevent outside air from coming in. They are more energy efficient because they keep your home cooler during the summer and warmer during the winter.

In addition to the fact that vinyl replacement windows are good insulators, they are also very easy to maintain. Vinyl windows need almost zero attention after they are installed. Aside from the occasional hosing down and glass cleaning, they are low maintenance because you never have to paint them or refresh the material.

In terms of durability and security, they rank as one of the best as well. Vinyl windows usually have excellent locking systems that are set into the frame, so they are not easy to force open once they are securely sealed.

Vinyl windows are available in all kinds of styles, which make it possible to match them with any architectural style. They come in double hung, single pane, and rounded options in addition to the most basic, traditional styles.

Vinyl replacement windows also very budget friendly and are considered to be one of the cheapest choices when it comes to replacement windows. They are less expensive both in initial and long term cost compared to wood and aluminium-framed windows. People usually enjoy their biggest savings after vinyl windows are installed. It is common to experience utility savings up to 50%, and the government also offers tax credits of up to 30% of the price of the windows or $1500.

Jennifer Fields
Oklahoma City & Edmond Real Estate Agent


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