Fiberglass Frame Materials
Fiberglass has been used as a material in boat building for years.
It’s extremely durable and reliable, as proven by its ability to withstand the challenges of the sea.
Since it is a mixture of glass fibers and resin, fiberglass does not expand and contract any more than the glass in the window itself. This means there is less stress on the unit as a whole. Historically, however, fiberglass has been resistant to use as a window frame material until recently.
The material also comes in a variety of factory-painted colors. If you would prefer your windows ready-to-go upon installation, let’s take a look at the palette of paints available for your windows. It is always our goal to make our customers as happy as possible, providing as many custom features as possible. After all, it is your home. It should reflect your taste.
So, if you want the absolute best, and most versatile, window material available, go with fiberglass. It will adapt to your changing aesthetic tastes better than vinyl, will resist time and weather better than wood, and is as strong as aluminum. Let us install fiberglass windows for you today!