Great Reasons to Own ComfortMAX™ Windows from U.S. WINDOW FACTORY:
Energy Star Performance......(Click to read more)
our windows exceed Energy Star requirements in ALL 50 States
State of the Art Technology......(Click to read more)
Fusion welded at 12 points (NOT screwed together) will never disassembled.
Double or Triple insulated......(Click to read more)
with 8 of 12 coatings LoE Glass with Argon Gas.
Tilt-in feature for safe and......(Click to read more)
easy cleaning of the outside of your windows from the inside of your home.
Positive interlocking meeting......(Click to read more)
rails eliminate drafts and provide added security for your home.
Stainless steel constant......(Click to read more)
force balance mechanism (NOT nylon cords) ensure years of smooth and trouble free operation.
Custom manufactured for your Home......(Click to read more)
for air tight and precision fit, no costly modifications needed.
Professional Installation Masters
factory trained technicians, no day laborers or handymen installations!.
Standard double strenght glass......(Click to read more)
virtually eliminates stress cracks and reduces noise penetration.
They will increase the value......(Click to read more)
of your home, while providing years of comfort to your family!
They seal in the heat......(Click to read more)
in the winter and the air conditioning in the summer, reducing energy bills!.
Maintenance free vinyl......(Click to read more)
does not ever rot or require painting, no tedious scraping and painting.
Custom exterior PVC......(Click to read more)
capping protects exterior woodwork and enhances the curve appeal of your home.
Lifetime warranty on parts......(Click to read more)
components and installation for your peace of mind.
Better Business Bureau Accredited......(Click to read more)
business with A+ Rating!.
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce......(Click to read more)
USWF subscribes and operates according to the high standards and code of ethics established by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
U.S. WINDOW FACTORY:
What are the benefits of using vinyl siding rather than exterior paint?
- Vinyl siding is a low maintenance option for beautifying your home’s exterior. Although it may seem more expensive than paint, painting your home can actually be the more costly of the two options.
- When you paint your home, it will typically last 4-7 years at most. This means more $20+ gallons of paint, the decision to hire a painter or do the job yourself, and countless hours of labor, only to repeat the process 4-7 years from now, which ends up being much more costly than paying for vinyl siding once. With vinyl siding, you can put the paintbrush away.
- Not only does it cost less than paint in the long run, but you can also count on having a lifetime of virtually no maintenance.
- Installing vinyl siding is better than painting your home because:
- Your siding’s color is the same throughout its thickness. Therefore it will not fade.
- Siding will block out moisture, preventing climate damage such as mold and other allergens from forming.
- Siding is very durable since it is not only impervious to rain, but also salt, termites and other damaging insects. It will also never rust or peel.
- It does not catch fire as easily as plywood or wood shake.
- It is estimated that 32 percent of the U.S. siding market has chosen vinyl siding over aluminum, wood, and any other siding material. Its popularity is growing thanks to its low maintenance, cost, and durability.
How Do I Prepare for a Window Installation?
- When you’re having vinyl window installation work done at your home, there are a few steps you can take to make the process go smoother:
- An effective workspace—it is a good idea to ask your window installation contractor what they need before they arrive. Aside from knowing how to get to your home and where to park, they will typically require a workstation to set up their equipment. These workers are going to make numerous trips from your windows to their trucks, so having the right workspace and flow will minimize their hours and the cost.
- Clear the way—the less obstacles between your windows and your contractor the better. Remove anything from inside or outside your house that could take time away from your project. This means moving the garden hose, the rug, and anything else that might get in their way before they arrive. This will prevent the workers from having to work around or remove anything, allowing them to simply get to work on your window installation.
- Protect your home—window installations can be surprisingly dirty jobs. If workers are going to be walking inside your home, you should take some precautionary steps to avoid any damage to your home. You can prevent stains by asking workers to bring and place drop cloths where they will be walking. Also, you should cover your furniture if they are going to cut wood inside your home.
How Do I Find a Trustworthy Home Contractor?
- Finding a reliable and honest home improvement contractor can sometimes prove to be a daunting task. According to the National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators, home improvement contractor complaints are the second leading type of complaint filed by consumers throughout the nation. The chances of losing money or not receiving the end result you are hoping for can be frightening and frustrating for any homeowner.
- U.S. Window Factory understands how important your home is to you and that’s why we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality products on the market, as well as the most efficient service on our replacement window, siding, gutter, and door installations. Because we care about our customers, we would also like to provide a few tips on how to find the right home improvement contractor:
- Research, research, research—
- Don’t settle for the cheapest company you find. Make sure to focus on quality first, then value.
- Look for reviews, talk to former clients, and contact the Better Business Bureau.
- Verify that your potential contractor is licensed and insured.
- Ask for detailed estimates.
- Jot down questions you want to ask their references.
- Once you’ve found a couple of potential contractors, don’t forget to ask yourself the following questions—
- Does their portfolio fit your personal taste?
- Does the contractor understand your budget and availability?
- Do you trust this contractor to meet your expectations?
- How busy is their schedule?
- Are you meeting with your point-of-contact, or will you be working with somebody who doesn’t currently know your interests and tastes?