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Cleveland Trend of the Month: Replacing Old Wood and Aluminum with Vinyl Windows

posted by Becca Cornell on October 24, 2019 in Cleveland

When you have an older home with original windows, or perhaps windows replaced a long time ago, it can be important to upgrade and replace those old windows, as chances are one of two things will have happened: 1. Your windows are failing or 2. There are new window technologies that can better your home and energy efficiency. Luckily we know all about the newest window technologies that can better your home.

vinyl replacement windows

Our sales team sees some of the best and newest trends when they’re out spending time with their customers and helping them to replace their windows and doors. They’re all throughout our city each and every day both seeing and installing some of the newest, most modern trends. When it comes to modernizing and updating your home, you couldn’t take advice from a better source! Luckily we’re curating the month’s trends that we’ve noticed, just for you in Cleveland, every single month. September’s trend? Our Cleveland homeowners are replacing their windows and doors in order to upgrade old original and builder-grade windows and improve their homes' energy efficiency!

One of the biggest trends we see, not just in September, but in general, is that when homeowners have old, damaged wood windows or old cold aluminum windows they tend to want to replace with vinyl windows. Many homeowners believe vinyl windows will last longest and be most energy efficient for their homes. While vinyl windows do last long and are energy efficient, with proper care and maintenance wood and fiberglass windows can be just as long-lasting and energy efficient as well.

However, if vinyl windows are what you want for your home, they can make for great replacements and offer a lot of choice when it comes to style, design, and function. You can get vinyl windows as awning, casement, single-hung, double-hung, and sliding windows. In addition, while you do see vinyl windows in white a lot, you can get them in a wide range of colors as well.

If you’re looking to explore getting vinyl windows in your home, reach out to set up an appointment with one of our sales reps here.

Becca Cornell

About The Author

Becca joined the Gunton and Pella Digital Marketing team nearly a year ago and she likes to think it’s been a whirlwind of a digital adventure ever since. When she’s not creating content for Gunton and Pella’s website or social media pages she’s actively trying to convince her office that everyday should be “bring your dog to work day”. She’s a  graduate of Lake Erie College with an English and Communications Bachelor’s degree and resides in Painesville Ohio, with her boyfriend and their dog, Mason.

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*Based on a 2020 survey of leading window brands among homeowners.