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Energy Efficient Vinyl Window Replacement for Pennsylvania Cabin


Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Erie, PA
  • Area of Structure Involved: Entire Home
  • Window Materials Used: Vinyl double-hung windows 

another front image of erie home with new vinyl double hung windows

other side of erie home with new vinyl double hung windows

new side of erie home with new vinyl double hung windows

back side of erie home with new vinyl double hung windows

The homeowners of this Erie, Pennsylvania, home wanted energy-efficient windows that would match their cabin-style home.

We installed vinyl double-hung windows throughout the home. This project was unique because the entire home was under renovation at the time, but the homeowners really wanted the windows in sooner rather than later.

The new windows complement the cabin-style home perfectly and have provided better energy efficiency to the home. 

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About The Author

David DeSimone is the Retail Segment Manager of the Gunton Corporation's Pittsburgh region. He has been with Gunton for over 35 years serving various different roles, including over 15 years leading our retail segment. David's greatest strengths are customer satisfaction, drive, and leadership. When David is not a work, he enjoys fishing, Judo, and spending time with his family.  He and his wife along with their two children were born and reside in Pittsburgh, PA.

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