In today’s economy, it is essential to conserve energy, not only for cost purposes but also for environmental reasons. When selecting a replacement window it is important to know the differences between vinyl and composite materials. Both replacement window materials are superior to wood or aluminum but there are some advantages to going with a composite material. One of the strongest features of Cellular Composite Material is energy efficiency. The material insulates substantially better than any other materials used to produce wood (vinyl, wood, aluminum).
Starmark Windows are recognized for their cost effectiveness, low environmental impact, proven performance,
and reliability in dry and high moisture and humidity environments.
Vinyl windows outperform wood and aluminum
- Does not absorb moisture like wood
- Better insulator than wood or aluminum
- Impervious to rotting
- Resistant to insects
- Hard dent-resistant surface
- High-performance paintable surface
Cellular composite outperforms ridged vinyl
- Higher flexural modulus (stiffness)
- Lower Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE)
- Higher Heat Deflection Temperature (HOT)
Our windows are some of the most advanced available. Call or email us today to learn about vinyl and
composite replacement window options.