Window Types

When you decide it’s time for  window replacements in your home, there are plenty of important decisions you’ll need to make. When it comes to the different window types available, you’ll not only have to choose which material you want for your project but also which window style you want. Fortunately, our experts at GF Sprague are here to help you make the right choices. 

If you have any questions about which types of windows will work best for your home, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our experts by calling 781-512-6829 or contacting us online

A Variety of Window Types for You

Replacing your windows is one of the best projects you can do around your home. In fact, a vinyl window replacement has an average return on investment of around 71.5%, making it a high-value project, especially if you plan to sell your home in the coming years. 

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Here at GF Sprague, we proudly offer a variety of different window types, making it easy for you to make a smart choice for your home. 

Different Window Materials

The first decision you’ll need to make when planning a window replacement project is what type of frame you want. We offer three popular materials: vinyl, wood-clad, and fiberglass. 

Vinyl Windows

Our vinyl windows are cost-effective and virtually maintenance-free, making them a popular choice with local homeowners. They come in a number of different sizes and colors and they’re made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which makes them a durable option for your home. 

Wood-Clad Windows

If you want the look of wood windows, but don’t want to be responsible for all the maintenance they require, wood-clad windows could be the perfect option for your home. They have all the warmth and beauty of wood windows, but they won’t rot, crack, peel, or corrode over time. 

Fiberglass Windows

If durability is your top priority when replacing your windows, it doesn’t get better than fiberglass. Our fiberglass windows are extremely strong, capable of holding large panes of glass, and they’re resistant to damage from sunlight and moisture.

Energy-Efficient Windows

Another thing to consider when choosing between different window types is energy efficiency. We often recommend choosing windows with a low-E coating to maximize efficiency. Low-E glass can help prevent condensation from forming on your windows in the winter and they can minimize UV damage from intense summer sunlight. 

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Our installers can also tell you about argon-filled energy-efficient windows to help you decide if that option makes the most sense for your needs. 

Why Choose GF Sprague?

When it’s time to schedule your window replacement project, choosing the right contractor makes all the difference. When you choose to work with our experts, you’ll notice instantly that we truly care about our customers. We will always go above and beyond to make sure you’re completely satisfied with the work we do, no matter the scope of your project. 

Schedule Your Window Replacement

Now that you know more about the different types of windows available to you, don’t wait any longer to schedule a consultation with our experts. You can reach us by calling 781-512-6829 or contacting us online

FAQs About Different Window Types

What type of window material is most efficient?

In general, vinyl windows tend to be the most efficient, as they provide more insulation compared to some other materials. 

What type of window style is most efficient?

Inoperable styles like picture windows are the most efficient because, as a fixed option, no air can penetrate them. However, when it comes to operable windows, casement and awning windows tend to be the most efficient choices. 

Different Window Styles

Once you decide which window material is best for your home, you’ll have to think about which window style you want. We offer the following styles to customers in and around Needham, MA: 

When you work with our experts at GF Sprague, we can tell you more about the pros and cons of each window style to help you make the right choice for your home. 

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