Behind-the-Scenes: Simonton Windows Plant Tour
How are vinyl windows made? Simonton Windows takes you behind-the-scenes of one of its plants to show you the process.
Why Purchase Replacement Windows?
The answer is simple, to make your home energy efficient, and as a direct result saving you money on heating and cooling bills. New windows will improve your homes curb appeal and provide year round comfort.
Simonton's "Reflection" Windows, meet U.S. Dept. of Energy and E.P.A. criteria that conserve energy and reduce heating and cooling cost. Simonton has developed ENERGY STAR glass packages that utilize insulating glass units with advanced Low E technology, an Argon gas fill and durable spacer systems that drastically reduce the transfer of heat and cold. Low E also blocks up to 84% of the ultraviolet rays, which can fade carpets, draperies and artwork.
How to Reduce Condensation on Your Windows
Theresa, from My Fix It Up Life, gives you some quick tips to help you reduce condensation on your windows.
Vinyl Double Hung Replacement Window
Durable Construction features a raised exterior and traditional frame.
Energy Efficient Options help lower heating and cooling costs.
Most Popular Styles include Double Hung, Slider, Picture and Geometric styles.
Elegant Color Choices with white and tan vinyl and color-matched grid options.
Features & options are not available on all styles.
Series may not be available in all areas of the country.
Low E Glass Coating
Simonton windows and doors are available with ProSolar® Low E glass. A transparent metallic oxide coating is applied to the glass surface that allows short-wave energy to pass through but reflects long-wave infrared energy for greater thermal efficiency. This helps heat to not be transferred through the window and door.
For advanced Low E protection, Simonton offers ProSolar® Shade. This spectrally selective glass blocks damaging UV rays while allowing desirable light into the home, providing the ultimate in solar heat control, visibility and energy savings.
I.G. Unit Filled with Argon Gas The space inside an insulating glass unit—between the glass panes—may be filled with Argon gas, an odorless, non-toxic gas that is six times denser than air. With the added density of the gas, temperature transfer through the insulating glass unit is greatly reduced. In some areas of the country, we offer Krypton gas as an option. Krypton gas is even denser than Argon gas which further maximizes energy efficiency and reduced temperature transfer. Which can translate in to lower utility bills.