You may not know much about the ins and outs of window replacement, but when we see a company that seems to stand above the rest, we like to toot their horn a little bit. That is exactly the case with Simonton Windows, a company backed by years of consumer satisfaction that offers enough choices to satisfy even the pickiest of homeowners. Here’s more about their company and what they can bring to your window replacement project.
Costs for Simonton windows vary quite a bit depending on the window type, material chosen and level of energy efficiency, as well as costs of labor in your area. To find out how much your window project will cost, get free price quotes from a local window installer.
Simonton has a long history of creating durable products—with the customer satisfaction and awards to back them. In fact, for the third consecutive year Simonton Windows has ranked the highest in the J.D. Power and Associates 2010 Builder and Remodeler Residential Window and Patio Door Satisfaction Study. In addition, they were ranked the highest among consumers in the J.D. Power and Associates 2010 Windows and Doors Satisfaction Study.
Your Simonton windows shouldn’t require much maintenance. The company’s vinyl windows won’t peel or flake like cheaper materials, but will require regular cleaning to keep your windows free from dirt and grime.
Use a mild detergent and a soft cloth for initial cleaning, and cleansers listed here on Simonton’s website for tougher stains. Also, make sure to avoid using a high-pressure hose, as this can damage the caulking around the windows.
With six distinct product lines in all, Simonton has something to fit every type of home and project. Here's a quick overview:
Verona by Simonton: Energy efficient windows backed with a 10-year limited warranty.
Vinyl provides a similar long-lasting quality at a lower cost to the consumer. In addition, vinyl is low-maintenance and has thermal efficiency ratings significantly higher than other materials.
Seeing a growing demand for aluminum products like awnings and marquees, the Simonton family formed a company in 1946 in the town of Pennsboro, West Virginia. Shortly afterwards, they began branching out into the aluminum window and door market, followed in the 1980s by an expansion into vinyl products as well. They are now a part of the Fortune Brands, Inc. family.
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