Milgard is one of our great family of window manufacturers.
They are a local, Oregon company, with manufacturing in Tualatin, Oregon.
In fact, they have developed their own vinyl product and they have done development on their own fiberglass. When Milgard developed fiberglass for window frames, it was something of a revolution in the industry. Fiberglass had previously only been available for large items such as ship hulls.
Milgard’s fiberglass windows are a thing of true beauty and with their lifetime warranty you have nothing to worry about in the future. They are lightweight and strong and a relatively thin frame can handle a large pane of glass. The strength of the material is incredible and they will be able to withstand high winds, punishing rains, and even toddlers. They believe so much in their fiberglass windows that their ″wood″ windows are actually fiberglass frame with a wooden cladding. So, you can have the look of wood without the problems associated with that material.
Note that not every vinyl is created equal. Milgard has developed their own vinyl recipe to deliver an unparalleled strength and durability. If you take a minute, you’ll begin to see the differences between Milgard’s vinyl and that of competitors. Milgard’s vinyl is top-quality and that is why we love working with them so much. The exterior of a vinyl window frame is strong and beautiful, while the inside is full of thermal traps to keep the elements from robbing you of your hard-earned money.
Milgard’s vinyl windows are also easy on the wallet. Upfront costs on a set of vinyl windows are very reasonable and when you add your future energy savings, you are getting quite a bargain. Let’s work together to determine the best set of windows for your home. You can see many of the windows we love in our list above.
Milgard’s product line is comprehensive. Apart from a true-wood product, they offer everything a person could want. Given the strength and durability of fiberglass, forgoing wood for a wood-clad fiberglass frame is a small sacrifice to make. They have every sort of window we can think of: casement, awning, double-hung, garden windows, skylights, and horizontal sliders.
• Thermal break
Aluminum windows are still very popular, and are much improved over their predecessors. Milgard’s Thermal Break has a light commercial rating, meaning they can be used not only in homes, but schools, restaurants, government buildings and more. This versatile window has low E glass for maximum energy efficiency and a Positive Action locking system that locks your windows whenever they are closed.
When you choose a Milgard product, you are assured top-quality. We only like to work with the very best, so know that they are in an elite group of window manufacturers. We are especially proud to brag that they are part of our Pacific Northwestern family. We love doing business locally.