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Fiberglass Windows

For our customers who are hesitant about using vinyl frame windows, fiberglass windows are a good alternative. These structures are primarily constructed of glass fibers and resin, neither of these materials expand or contract much with changes in the weather or temperature. It has only been in the past few years that the complex process used for window designs have allowed the use of fiberglass. Cutting edge technology has made it possible to use fiberglass for both frames and windows. In the last couple of years, it has become extremely popular among homeowners due to its beauty, strength, and durability. Our Integrity Fiberglass windows are available with a white or wood veneer interior with choices of white or colored exterior frames.

Solar Windows & Doors uses high-level fiberglass that resists swelling, warping, and rotting. The window frame widens and condenses at closely the same proportion as a standard insulated glass it frames helping to improve energy effectiveness and strength. A fiberglass frame is not required to be painted but the material does allow it to be painted should you prefer to change the color scheme of your windows or home.

If you are still unsure whether fiberglass windows are the right choice for you and your home consider the following benefits:

Insulation:
The materials used makes fiberglass on of the best insulators on the market today.
It allows you to use less energy to cool or heat your house.
It is much more resistant to water build up.
Acts as a buffer for noise

Strength:
In most applications, fiberglass needs no reinforcement. This give you the architectural strength without the burden of any additional weight.

Because of the firm nature of the fiberglass itself, this offers an additional home security feature.

Endurance:
Fiberglass is made to resist cold, moisture, and heat. Allowing your windows stability throughout extreme weather conditions.

It is the economical choice for a long life expectancy.

Design:
The bending strength of fiberglass allows for a thin design.
A thinner design means lighter weight windows – this allows you to use a larger opening.
Larger window openings let in more natural light and also more heat during the cold winter months.

Maintenance Free:
Fiberglass does not peel, decay, or distort. It is sealed and water tight.
It requires very little maintenance other than an occasional cleaning or wipe down with a damp cloth to leave it looking brand new for years to come.

At Solar Window & Door, we want you to have the best for your home. Our team will be happy to share their experience and to help you choose just the right fit for your home and budget. Call us today to learn more about the benefits we offer to Utah homeowners!

Fiberglass Windows