The thin fiberglass profile that Marvin's windows offer is an easy way to lighten up any space.
This home's previous vinyl window's had inferior energy efficiency, making it difficult to maintain stable internal temperatures. Marvin Infinity windows use insulated glass to combat this.
Marvin Infinity's fiberglass frame is not only stronger than vinyl, it's more resistant to cracking, warping, rot, and insect infestation.
When working with smaller window spaces, you want as much glass space as possible. That's why the thinner fiberglass frame is ideal.
Vinyl windows expand and contract with the seasons, allowing opportunities for moisture to get in and cause damage. In a room that will be exposed to more humidity and moisture, a fiberglass window is the better call.
For this Marvin Infinity window replacement in West Chester, PA, we replaced 24 of the home's existing vinyl windows with new Marvin fiberglass windows