Siding Innovations proudly offers Simonton Windows®. Creative Style and Quality to Enhance the look of your home like no other window can. Breathtaking styles,
one-of-a-kind options and unique features
allow you to create a look that will become
the benchmark of your block.
When you serve a quality product, people
keep coming back for more. That's why
Simonton Windows® has served its fair share
of customers, and then some. As one of the
nation's leading vinyl window manufacturers,
we have served up millions of windows and
doors to customers hungry for quality.
Good looks often fade with age. On the
other hand, Simonton Impressions® windows
and doors hold onto their beauty forever.
Tough, durable vinyl with color that is molded
clear through means Simonton Impressions®
windows and doors won't fade or peel over
time. In fact, a little soap and water is usually
enough to keep them looking gorgeous and
Make the earth and
your wallet a little greener.
Not to mention your neighbors.
Choose Simonton Impressions® windows
and doors and be rewarded with energy
savings that are good for your wallet and
the environment. Not to mention legendary
Simonton beauty that will make the neighbors
green with envy. Simonton Impressions®
windows and doors have features that
maximize thermal performance all year
and can be ordered to meet ENERGY STAR®
guidelines in every area of the country.
To learn more, contact your Simonton
Impressions® dealer. And be prepared to see
your neighbors turn a new shade of green.
For more information or to ask questions about Simonton Impressions® windows,
What are R-values and U-values?
R-value is the resistance a material has to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the resistance.
U-value is the amount of heat transferred through a material. The lower the U-value, the slower the rate of heat flow and the better the insulating quality.
What is Low E/Argon-filled glass, and how does it work?
Low E (Emissivity) Glass is glass with a transparent metallic oxide coating applied onto or into a glass surface. The coating allows short-wave energy to pass through but reflects long-wave infrared energy, improving the U-Value.
Argon Gas is an odorless, colorless, tasteless, non-toxic gas that is six times more dense than air. It is used to replace air between the glass panes to reduce temperature transfer.
How does insulating glass improve the quality of Simonton's windows and doors?
Insulating glass improves the quality of Simonton windows and doors by:
1. Improving the performance of the U and R values of your new windows and doors.
2. Reducing condensation.
3. Helping keep the heat in and cold out during winter.
4. Helping keep the heat out and the cold in during summer.
What causes condensation on windows?
Condensation, or "sweating," is a natural occurrence on all windows and is caused by excess humidity, or invisible water vapor, present in the air. When this water vapor comes in contact with a surface which is at a cooler temperature, the vapor turns to visible droplets of moisture.
How do vinyl windows compare with windows made from other materials, such as wood and aluminum?
The performance and longevity of vinyl windows compare very favorably to those of other building materials, and vinyl often costs less to produce. Vinyl windows and doors are rapidly capturing a major market share as more builders and homeowners learn about vinyl's outstanding value and economy.
Long-lasting beauty, low maintenance and excellent thermal efficiency ratings give vinyl windows a winning edge over other types of replacement windows. Simonton's vinyl compound is produced with extra levels of UV inhibitors to help withstand harsh weather conditions, and it is recyclable and environmentally friendly. Vinyl won't pit or peel over time with only simple care and cleaning, windows can keep their beautiful appearance for years to come
How can I get more information and literature about Simonton Windows' products?
Contact Us to submit a literature request or request a in-home consultation, send us e-mail,
or you can call Siding Innovations at 1-866-856-9777.