For many years, wood continues to be easily available window substrate, and the most typical option for residential homes. Its actual positive aspects were it could a choice between be painted a solid color or stained and sealed to make an impression with the real wood grain. Solid wood in addition is sturdy and easy to work with, is a natural insulator and it harmonizes with many types of traditional home architectural structures.
Wood window frames insulate relatively well, but they also expand and contract in response to weather conditions. Wood frames also require regular maintenance, although aluminum or vinyl cladding reduces maintenance requirements.
Today window manufacturers use a completely new approach to making a wood window. The result is a superior, long-lasting wood window providing greater energy efficiency and durability.
Window frames may contain a combination of different materials such as wood and fiberglass. Combined wood windows are beautiful on the inside and tough on the outside. They feature a wood interior in pine or primed wood. The outside is durable fiberglass.
Built-in an advanced water management system protects wood interior and harmlessly drains away water in the rare event water enters the sash system.
There is a wide variety of brands and styles as well as wide range of options available in the market. Our experts will help you identify the best possible choices for your individual project and budget.