How Long Do Vinyl Windows Last?
First off, you should know that not all vinyl windows are created equal. While some vinyl windows are made from the good stuff — high-quality, virgin polyvinyl chloride — others are made from vinyl that has been recycled so many times that it is prone to fading, chalking, and other forms of deterioration. It’s also important to consider how the windows are installed. Does the crew performing the installation know what they are doing? Do they properly square and seal the replacement windows in accordance with area building regulations? If so, you can probably count on your windows to last for around 30 to 40 years.
However, if some of your windows have more direct exposure to sunlight throughout the day, they may not last quite as long as windows on the other side of your home. Likewise, high temperatures can play a role in the deterioration of vinyl windows, so if you live in an area with a warmer climate, expect the lifespan of your vinyl windows to be lessened by 5-10 years.
Partner with Frey for Vinyl Replacement Windows that Last
For all your window-related needs in the Black Earth, Wisconsin, area, you can turn with confidence to the home improvement experts at Frey Construction. We’ve been installing top-of-the-line vinyl replacement windows for area homeowners for more than 20 years, and our high-quality products, expert installation, and unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction have all helped us retain our place as the premier window installation company in the area. So, if you want beautiful vinyl windows that will last for many years to come and look great with minimal upkeep, Frey is the company to call.
To learn more about having Frey Construction outfit your Black Earth-area home with vinyl replacement windows that are built to last, contact us today. When you call, don’t forget to ask about the easy financing options that we offer to homeowners who qualify.