Wood vs vinyl windows has been a great debate in the home improvement world. So which windows are really better?

Wood vs Vinyl Windows

Let us help you put the “wood vs vinyl windows” debate to rest.

It’s true, wood and vinyl windows perform similarly when it comes to energy efficiency, but when you consider vinyl windows’ ease of installation, wood windows’ high-maintenance requirements, and the cost differences – there really is no comparison.

Here are a just a few reasons why the “wood windows vs vinyl windows” argument is outdated.

  • Vinyl windows are more affordable (as little as half the price of comparable wood windows).
  • Vinyl windows resist rotting, corrosion, salt air, termites, and air pollutants.

  • Vinyl retains its finish – so there’s no need to sand, re-stain, or repaint!

  • Vinyl windows resist pitting, peeling, or flaking unlike wood windows.

  • Vinyl windows hold up to repeated use, maintaining their beauty year after year.

  • Realistic looking wood laminates are available in a variety of wood-grains such as oak, cherry, and maple. So you can have the look of wood windows without the maintenance.

With these facts in mind, it’s easy to see why vinyl windows are the optimum choice for replacement windows.

Ready to learn more about replacement windows? Read 7 Things to Know About Window Replacement.