Fiberglass Window Options in Milwaukee

Energy Efficient Window Frame Materials

Fiberglass Window FramesInfinity Exteriors provides expert installation of fiberglass window frames from Pella Windows. Fiberglass frames have become incredibly popular for Wisconsin homeowners as a new construction or replacement window options. Energy efficient fiberglass has many benefits over wood and vinyl frames.

Fiberglass Frame Advantages

Fiberglass doesn’t rust from exposure to moisture like wood. And this material can last just as long as vinyl. Fiberglass doesn’t crack, rot, or warp from moisture. The windows are very low maintenance, making fiberglass windows a sustainable and environmentally friendly option for homeowners.

Pella’s 5-layer engineered fiberglass composite is very energy efficient. Fiberglass easily withstands extreme temperatures common during Wisconsin winters and summers without being warped. The insulated frames keep indoor temperatures comfortable, lowering heating and cooling bills.

Easy to Own Pella Windows

Pella fiberglass windows resemble painted wood thanks to a durable powder-coat finish. There are a variety of prefinished colors so frames can be painted to best match your home’s exterior. Pella Fiberglass windows are suitable as replacement frames or new construction windows.

Styles of Pella fiberglass windows include:

  • Awnings
  • Sliding
  • Single or double-hung
  • Bay
  • Bow
  • Custom

The strength of fiberglass makes it suitable for large or unusually shaped windows.

The Infinity Exteriors Guarantee

Fiberglass windows are affordable through Infinity Exteriors. We offer a Price Match Guarantee so you get the best value on your new windows. Additionally, our lifetime warranty means we fix all installation problems at no cost to you.

Infinity Exteriors installs Pella fiberglass replacement windows throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Learn more about the benefits of fiberglass frames for your home today.

Contact our experts today for a quote on fiberglass window installation in Wisconsin.