Beauty is an important aspect of window selection, but don’t be fooled by looks alone. Quality of construction is just as important as appearance. If you want your windows to continue looking good long after they’re installed, make sure they’re well-engineered and manufactured with durable materials.
The thickness and tensile strength of the framing material must be sufficient to retain its shape regardless of how many times you open and close your windows. The material must be able to withstand the ravages of moisture, sunlight, wind, heat and cold. The finish must be uniform and resistant to cracking in order to prevent damage from corrosion and insects. Weep channels and holes must be designed to drain moisture without trapping it Welds and other joints must be structurally strong without being visually obtrusive.
The glazing of some windows can reduce solar heat gain substantially — by up to 50 percent during summer months.
With A-Taylor Made Window on your side, the decision making process will be much easier for you. Our experienced consultants will guide you through the process of selecting windows that are most suitable for your home. We’ll discuss quality of materials, durability, advancements in window styles and designs, installation techniques and we’ll help you compare the products available from each of the manufacturers for which a-TaylorMade Window is an authorized reseller and installer.