Vinyl Windows are the Most Energy Efficient Choice for Windows in Arizona
Over the past decade vinyl has become the frame material of choice for replacement windows and doors as well as for new construction. With Federal Energy Codes becoming stricter, energy efficient vinyl has emerged as the top performer. In many parts of the United States such as Arizona, vinyl is one of the few materials that exceeds the minimum standards set by the federal government.
Making the cost-effective investment into vinyl replacement windows is an opportunity to transform your Arizona home or business. That’s because the durable vinyl windows offered at Energy Shield Window & Door Company are locally manufactured by us, and designed to improve energy efficiency. Get high-quality vinyl window replacement at the best price by skipping middlemen mark-up dealers, and coming right to the factory. As a valued customer, you can reap the cost-saving benefits of working with a factory direct window company. Get a free vinyl window replacement quote today! We make it easy to get vinyl windows with our $0 down, 0% interest financing and don’t forget to view our special offers going on NOW!
Which Style of Vinyl Windows Are Right for You?
Vinyl windows are not a one-size fits all product. Each Energy Shield Window & Door product has a strategic design in mind and it’s important to discuss which vinyl replacement windows or new home products best serve your goals. Consider these options.
Single Hung Vinyl Windows: Our 7000 Series opens from the bottom only and provides a half screen on the lower portion. This allows a natural breeze to flow without compromising your eye-level view.
Double Hung Vinyl Windows: Our 8000 Series enjoys top AND bottom opening access and full screens. The windows also enjoy tilt-cleaning capacity.
Single Sliding Vinyl Windows: This 7000 Series vinyl window has side-by-side windows, and one panel stays stationary and the other panel slides horizontally open.
Double Sliding Vinyl Windows: This 8000 Series product utilizes 2 side-by-side windows that open via a center slide that allows you to manage fresh air flows and view flexibility.
Casement and Awning Vinyl Windows: These 9500 Series windows enjoy hinged sashes that use a handle crank to open the window outward. Casement windows typically open from the side and awning windows open up from the bottom to create ventilation.
Bay Vinyl Window: Bay windows are sometimes referred to as bench seat windows. They typically consist of 3 windows; 1 fixed window in the center, and 2 side windows that are single or double hung. Bay windows are great for expanding your living space, letting in fresh air, and allowing plenty of natural lighting.
Vinyl Windows Save On Energy Costs
Advancements in the chemical compounds that are formulated specifically for windows and doors have made vinyl the preferred frame material for Arizona’s most prominent home builders. Many multimillion-dollar homes in Arizona are constructed with vinyl windows and doors. Replacing your old aluminum or steel framed windows with state of the art vinyl frames is one of the best investments you can make in your home. You will lower your energy cost while increasing curb appeal and resale value.
Contact Energy Shield for Vinyl Window Installation in Arizona
Energy Shield has a 20-year reputation in providing high quality vinyl window installations that help lower energy bills and improve quality of life. Our Arizona-based window replacement company has earned certifications as an Earthwise Member and an A+ Better Business Bureau rating. We offer 0%, 25-month interest free financing, and stand behind our products. Contact Energy Shield today at (623) 936-3758 for a free quote for vinyl windows in Arizona.
Vinyl Window Installation FAQ
The manufacturer is more knowledgeable about exactly what you need, even custom-made windows. By buying directly from us, you will benefit from our product warranties as well as regular servicing. You also avoid having to deal with middlemen who may have marked up the prices to increase their profit margins.
Vinyl windows in the past last for 15 to 25 years with minimum repairs and servicing. However, you will eventually have to replace them. Some of the signs that indicate your vinyl windows are due for replacement include:
- High energy bills
- If your windows have become difficult to operate
- Cracked window frames
- Fogged glass
- Drafty rooms
All our windows go through rigorous and are certified by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). This explains the NFRC label on each of our windows which signifies that they meet the energy-efficient standards set forth by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Yes. We provide frosted vinyl windows which limit visibility from the outside and still allow natural light to stream into your space. These are ideal for bathrooms as well as commercial buildings.
The cost of your vinyl windows will be influenced by your preferred style. Do you need single hung, double-hung, single or double sliding, or bay vinyl windows? The number of windows you purchase will also influence the total cost. We know that replacing your windows might appear costly, which is why we offer our clients a 0% Down and 0% Interest on Approved Credit among other special offers.
After your new vinyl windows are installed, we take your old windows and dispose of them correctly. Your compound will be left free of any debris resulting from the installation. Should you wish to keep them, ensure that you notify our installation crew as soon as they get to your premises.
In the past, vinyl windows were available in only white or tan hues. Technology has now enabled the availability of windows in black, different shades of brown, gray, silver, crème, taupe, and among others. At Energy Shield, you are sure to find a window color that perfectly complements your home.
Most of the problems encountered by our clients after vinyl window installation can be easily corrected and they do not imply that your window has a problem. Though this is rare, feel free to contact us if you experience any problem after installation.
Unlike conventional windows, new energy-efficient windows have standard insulating features including argon gas between glass panes and Low-E coatings which could save you from 10 to 25% of your annual cooling costs.