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Is vinyl windows energy efficient ?

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KevinRoss

I have heard that vinyl windows are very energy efficient and ae good on the basis of saving energy expenses. Does anyone have any experience in that. Also give some suggestions regarding http://gtawindows.com/windows/ vinyl windows?

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joeanna anthony

Vinyl frames are low maintenance and provide good thermal insulation. Sections may be hollow or filled with foam insulation. Wide vinyl sills may be reinforced with metal or wood.There are combination frames which use different materials separately throughout the frame and sash to provide optimal performance. For example, the exterior half of a frame could be vinyl while the interior half could be wood.For information on fencing, please check out  http://californiafenceco.com/vinyl.htmlhttp://californiafenceco.com/wood.htmlhttp://californiafenceco.com/metal.html http://californiafenceco.com/chain.html 

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houseofblinds

Yes, vinyl windows are energy efficient. Different types of window treatments have different features each having its own set of advantages. Vinyl windows is one of the top choices for consumers.

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roofrestoration...

I heard about it but haven't had any experience. The only thing I knew about it is that it pass ENERGY STAR's so I guess it's good since its ENERGY STAR that mean energy saving.

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