Choosing a Window for its Value
Vinyl, Wood, Fiberglass, there are so many window materials out there, each with their own perks and drawbacks you have to watch out for. For example, vinyl comes with a low price tag but typically has a shorter life cycle, while wood windows have a classic charm but swell and crack when exposed to moisture.
I want to talk a bit about Marvin Infinity windows and how though they do cost more than wood or vinyl windows, you get the best value from them.
How does Marvin Infinity Windows Give More Value?
There a couple of ways Marvin Infinity windows can give you more value. For one, we should look at the lifecycle. Infinity windows are made to last a long time and I mean decades. While wood and vinyl windows are quick to lose their seal, decline in performance, warp, and crack, etc, Infinity windows are strong enough to support that longer lifespan.
We should also look at the energy efficiency. Yes, vinyl windows do come with insulated glass options, but because vinyl is susceptible to cracking and seal failure, that performance is likely to decline pretty quickly. Infinity windows tend to maintain their performance for the life of the window. The fiberglass frame resists expansion, contraction, swelling, cracking, etc. With this, you’ll be saving money on your heating and cooling costs down the line. Depending on the size of your windows, I’m sure it will at least cover the cost difference between fiberglass and vinyl.
Infinity really is the better window; so if you’re looking for an option that will last a long time, give you top performance, and help boost your energy efficiency, you’ll find the most value in Marvin Infinity’s windows.
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