What Are Vinyl Windows?
Vinyl, which is a form of PVC, is one of the most commonly used materials in the world, and it’s clear to see why. It’s robust, affordable, low maintenance, and is a popular option for many homeowners looking to upgrade their windows to something hardier. If you’re beginning to look at your options for replacing your windows, why not consider vinyl windows in Denver?
Why Choose JDI Windows?
JDI Windows was formed in 1997 by a Denver team with over 50 years of combined experience. We pride ourselves on integrity, customer service, and hard work. We believe this is why more than half of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We guarantee your work will be done right the first time and within the specified deadline. Contact us today for a worry-free consultation.
Are Your Vinyl Windows Energy-Efficient?
The insulation of the frame itself makes vinyl windows energy efficient. These frames are built to last longer, making them more durable in any weather conditions. That, coupled with a high-rating energy-efficient window pane, will help you save money on your energy bills. If you notice your electric bill is higher than it should be, it might be time to consider replacing your existing windows with vinyl windows for your home.
How to Care for Your Vinyl Windows
Vinyl windows are functional, meaning these windows are easy to clean and care for. They can open to the inside making them one of the easiest windows to clean and care for. Following are six steps to ensure your vinyl windows last.
- Make sure everyone in your family knows how to operate the vinyl windows properly. Misuse or improper use can cause stress to the windows, unnecessarily wearing them down or causing damage.
- Clean the glass regularly. This will help eliminate stored moisture, which can damage the windows and give them a cloudy look.
- Keep the interior and exterior frames clean. While you are cleaning the glass, it is a good habit to also clean the vinyl frame with a gentle, soapy solution and a soft cloth.
- Clean the tracks. Because dirt and debris can build up in the tracks, keeping them clean will keep your vinyl windows in good, working order. This will also help prevent water leaks.
- Do not forget the screen. Simply remove the screen, clean it with a garden hose, and replace it.
- Lubricate all moving parts. It is essential to lubricate the moving parts with a silicone spray lubricant and then wiping off any excess. This will keep your windows in smooth working order with each use.