When you need new Rocklin, CA replacement windows, choosing to go with vinyl materials is an excellent decision. Simonton Vinyl Windows are one of the most popular options for homes around the country for a variety of reasons. Because they have become so popular over the years, they are growing in their variety due to the high demand. There is now a massive selection in the styles and types of vinyl windows you can purchase. So, what works for your home? Knowing more about the basic types will help you figure out what will help you reach your goals within your home.
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Vinyl windows are made from synthetic plastic materials known as PVC. This material is durable and strong and also insulates well since it doesn’t transfer temperatures from one side to another. You know the material will last because it’s the same stuff that is used in plumbing pipes, which has to hold up to heavy use and a lot of water over the years. Vinyl is great in many different weather elements and can hold up against anything California has to throw at it. Vinyl is also a great choice because it doesn’t take any maintenance. It can stand to be rinsed off from time to time to look nice, but you never have to paint it or stain it.
There are so many styles, shapes, and sizes of vinyl windows that you can get just what you want. It’s even simple enough to customize vinyl windows for your specific home. There are many different styles, but these are some of the basic options you have at your disposal.
These windows open vertically on tracks and are energy efficient. You can open the top, the bottom, or a little of each at once.
These windows crank open fully from top to bottom. They are the most energy efficient window that opens and closes and they give great unobstructed views as well.
These non-operating windows are generally larger, but don’t open and close. They work well for viewing what’s outside your Rocklin, CA home, but not ventilation.
Awning windows are like casement windows, but they hinge at the top instead. They also seal against the outside elements, even in the rain.
There are also some specialty windows that you can consider for your home. Here are a few to consider.
Garden windows make the room feel larger and extends out from the house to give you a great place to place plants or other items.
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These options go out from the house at a curved angle and add more floor space to the home as well.
You can get any shape you can dream up for certain areas of the home, like above a door or in a hallway.
If you know what you want in Rocklin, CA replacement windows, contact Southgate Glass at 916-476-8396 for help. If you don’t know what you want for your vinyl windows just yet, stop by and see examples at 6852 Franklin Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95823 to help you figure it out.