Fiberglass is preferred when you want an extraordinarily strong and maintenance-free window for your home by the ocean or inland.
Tough, yet lightweight and weather-resistant
Fiberglass windows continue to grow in popularity among homeowners for a host of reasons ranging from aesthetics to durability.
Their resistance to warping and rotting is a major reason for homeowners with beachfront homes to choose fiberglass windows. Unlike aluminum, fiberglass won’t rust from the moist coastal air.
It also scores high for being more energy efficient than other frame materials like wood, vinyl or aluminum. A fiberglass window composed of 3 panes of glass with 1/4″ space between them is has up three times more insulating power than a standard dual pane sash.
Our sales consultants can help you decide if fiberglass windows are a match for you. They are trained to ask you the right questions. For example, if you tell them price is less important to you than a window’s environmental advantages, then expect to hear them discuss the advantages of fiberglass.
Fiberglass Window Styles
Fiberglass windows are available in different styles. Every window style has its pros and cons. For example, double hungs are easy to open and close but over time the counterbalance springs can wear out so occasional maintenance is required. Contact us or visit our showroom so we can help you choose the right style for your house.
Don’t see the style you want or need? We can also custom design your new windows based on specialty styles and shapes like bay & bow, geometric (circular, half circle, etc), and jalousie.
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Fiberglass Window Brands We Sell
Visit our showroom in Westlake Village, CA to discover the many different window brands we are authorized to sell as a dealer. Don’t see a particular manufacturer below? We can still help you. Just ask a sales representative or contact us.
Known to challenge industry standards, Marvin strives to push design to its limits in aesthetics, function and durability. Their all-fiberglass windows (Ultrex Series) are preferred for new construction, remodels and replacement projects when compromise isn’t an option.
While many window companies are simply distributors of someone else’s products, Milgard is a vertically integrated window manufacturer. They make their own insulated glass units. They produce their own vinyl components. They make their own fiberglass clad-wood frames (Ultra Series).
For over 115 years, Andersen drives to make fiberglass clad-wood windows (A-Series) that are different and better. They pioneer new products, set higher standards for the entire industry and, have become America’s premier window manufacturer.
Known to challenge industry standards, Marvin strives to push design to its limits in aesthetics, function and durability. Their fiberglass clad-wood windows (Ultrex Series) are preferred for new construction, remodels and replacement projects when compromise isn’t an option.
Architects and discerning individuals who take building to new levels turn to Kolbe for professional-grade fiberglass clad-wood windows (Forgent Series) that are built to higher standards. They look to Kolbe for innovation, distinctive options and custom solutions