Stay Classy Fort Collins

In last weeks post we discussed the topic of rotting wood windows, and provided multiple solutions for you to preserve and extend the life of your windows.   This week we decided to keep the conversation in the same lane and discuss the benefits of installing classic wood windows in your home.

If you have had the opportunity to visit our home location, you will see an array of window options such as fiberglass, vinyl, energy efficient, and of course, classic.  While technological advances have definitely created more options for customers and installers, there is still something to be said about having classic wood windows installed in your home.

Right now energy efficient windows are all the rage, and justifiably so. We here are Fort Collins Windows and Doors are well aware of the rising prices in gas and energy. However, in our humbly opinion, when it comes to the aesthetics of your home, nothing can compare to the look of classic wood windows. 

In addition to offering a classic look, wood windows still provide some of the best insulation for your home that money can buy. With ratings reporting that wood windows provide more the 300 times the insulation than steel, and over 1,500 times more insulation as vinyl and aluminum, rest assured that your decision to “Keep It Classy” will not be one that you will ever regret.

We would remiss if we did not mention one key component to consider when looking into purchasing wood windows, which is who you select to install your windows.  There are numerous nightmare stories of shady companies installing subpar windows in homes. You know those companies that are out to make a buck, and could care less about providing top quality products and building long lasting relationships with customers. We pride ourselves on being the exact opposite, and we only use high quality materials that have been proven to survive the test of time.

If you are interested in learning more about our selection of wood windows, please give us a call to set up a no-hassle consultation.

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