Natural wood will complement any project or design with an array of high-quality options. You can select from unusual wood species or common favorites. It’s been at the core of Woodland’s product offering for customers who want the lasting beauty only wood can offer. Wood is hard to beat for strength and rigidity, beauty and its overall thermal performance. Today the wood windows are clad to resist the elements and provide a low-maintenance exterior that never needs painting.
Brands that feature wood windows.
Fiberglass or Composite
Becoming an ever increasing choice for consumers who want lower maintenance with the look of wood. Fiberglass is a natural insulator because it doesn’t expand or contract, nor does it conduct hot or cold. More energy efficient and stronger than vinyl and impervious. Made by a process called pultrusion, glass fibers are melted and set into the desired shape. Composite windows perform well when exposed to extreme temperatures and won’t fade, flake, blister or peel. Made from reclaimed wood fiber and PVC polymer fused together.
Brands that feature fiberglass or composite windows.
Vinyl provides an excellent low-maintenance window. It’s durable and provides a great value. All vinyl windows now come in a variety of styles, including a wood interior and most are paintable, making them one of the most popular replacement windows in the market today. Most window manufacturers now offer vinyl as a protective cladding for their wood core windows as well. This combination of a weather-resistant vinyl exterior and the strength of a solid wood frame and the beauty of a wood interior performs well to resist water and seal out the elements. A time-proof alternative Vinyl has been around for nearly 50 years.
Brands that feature vinyl windows.
Woodland Replacement WindowsAndersenPellaPro-Series Quaker
Recently aluminum windows are becoming the choice of many architects and builders for their clean lines and strength, allowing for thin frames and larger expanses of glass. Maintenance free and complement modern design or mid-century homes originally built with aluminum windows. Today’s aluminum windows combat their propensity to transfer heat with the use of thermal break, usually a polyurethane between the glass and the frame, greatly improving energy efficiency.
Brands that feature aluminum windows.
Pro-Series WojanPro-Series Quaker