Hollywood loves a superhero showdown, and we’re the first to admit Batman v Superman was a brilliant movie.
Here at Hall’s Window Center, we aren’t above rooting for our own bigger-than-life matchups among products. So grab your capes, your shields, your swords and see why fiberglass wins the epic battle of window replacements in Sacramento, California:
It’s stronger: Fiberglass blocks thermal transfer nearly 700 times better than aluminum to help reduce your heating and cooling bills. Not even kryptonite can make that claim.
It’s smarter: Both vinyl and fiberglass can expand, which is a good thing for insulation’s sake. But vinyl expands four times greater than glass, which puts pressure on the frame over time and creates gaps and drafts. Fiberglass, on the other hand, has glass fibers in it and expands at the same rate as glass, so they are always in perfect balance.
It’s friendlier: Fiberglass replacement windows are made from a sustainable resource: sand. It’s like giving The Caped Crusader a dog.
It’s timeless: Thanks to fiberglass’ talent for mimicking wood, it fits right in with older generation homes as easily as Bruce Wayne gets along with Alfred.
It’s prettier: You can argue all day whether Ben Affleck or Henry Cavill is easier on the eyes, but fiberglass’ exterior, thanks to factory magic, doesn’t fade, flake, blister or peel, so you don’t need to fuss with painting them to provide an extra layer of protection. And because it holds its hue, your color choices are darker and richer, which adds an eye-catching depth to your home.
Beauty isn’t just skin deep: Fiberglass’ flexibility means your window corner seams are rounded for a flawless appearance, as opposed to a welded seam. In fact, window manufacturers can mold fiberglass to nearly any configuration you can dream up. Windows suddenly became a life statement rather than another fact of life.
It’s immortal: Fiberglass composite windows hold the longest lifespan on the market, lasting up to eight times longer than some of the leading vinyl window brands.
And when it comes to either fiberglass or vinyl, nothing bugs them. Their inert substances are not tempting to termites or carpenter ants, so Mother Nature doesn’t dine on your dime.
Looking for a sidekick? Stop by Hall’s Window Center at 11297 White Rock Rd, Rancho Cordova, CA and let us show you the super options at your disposal when it comes to finding home ownership nirvana.