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Questions to Ask about Vinyl Windows

Vinyl is a useful material employed in a wide range of housing products, from siding to patio doors. There are many benefits associated with vinyl windows, including energy-efficient properties. Learning about the benefits of the windows may help you decide to have some vinyl glass windows installed in your house. However, before you go out and buy vinyl glass replacement windows or hire a contractor, there are a few key considerations you should think about.

  • Are the windows certified?
    The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) certifies a wide range of architectural products, from patio doors to aluminum siding. To be certified they must pass a battery of laboratory tests. A listing of certified vinyl windows will often be available on a company's website. Another certification organization is the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), which also keeps a list of approved and certified products.

  • Is the contractor certified?
    Though not required, many reputable contractors have received some type of certification. The Installation Masters Training and Certification Program allows contractors to prove their expertise. The program covers the installation of both new and replacement windows, and persons who obtain certification will have an ID card that they can show upon request.

  • Do the vinyl windows contain lead?
    Lead is considered a harmful environmental hazard. Windows manufactured in the U.S. by law do not contain lead, but imported windows are not necessarily subject to the same restrictions. If your vinyl windows come from overseas, you may need to check into the materials more carefully.

  • Is vinyl the best material for the purpose?
    Vinyl has various positive and negative qualities. It is fairly inexpensive and provides good insulation, but it can become brittle in cold weather, and not everyone likes the look of these types of windows. Though vinyl is often the highest quality choice, wood or aluminum materials are sometimes better.
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    Along with hardware stores and contractors, wholesalers often sell vinyl window products as well. Their large amount of vinyl replacement windows often allows customers to buy their products at a discount compared to other retail shops. Distributors typically carry a wide variety of sizes, colors and styles for their window treatments. For instance, double-hung windows are commonly purchased by clients of wholesale suppliers. In addition, they’ll often carry other standard, heavy duty vinyl windows. Wholesalers typically have more information online for customers that want to purchase their products and materials.

    Becoming a vinyl window replacement contractor can be a rich and rewarding career. Before working for a vinyl window contracting company, a worker typically needs several years of experience. A contracting company typically looks for people with extensive knowledge of window installations and repairs. Along with installing and repairing windows, workers must often have experience putting up siding as well. Knowledge of how to build custom windows and other specialty products is also an important part of becoming a contractor. Some states require contractors to have special licenses or certifications. However, companies may require prospective employees to take an examination that measures the level of their skills before being hired.

    Vinyl window treatments are a great way for property owners to protect themselves from a wide variety of outdoor elements. They keep homes safe from severe weather, prevent unwanted noise, and are also more aesthetically pleasing than more rudimentary glass and metal frames. Overall, the thick construction quality of vinyl makes it uniquely suitable for fulfilling a wide variety of needs.