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What to Consider When It's Time for Replacement Windows in North Carolina, and Roanoke, Virginia

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Recognizing that it’s time for replacement windows can bring about a number of thoughts for any North Carolina homeowner. Everything from “Where do I start?” to “What type of windows should I buy?” and various other questions can come up. Of course, you may even have the battle of which window material to buy, but when push comes to shove, you want something that will meet your budget and the style and reliability needs you expect from replacement windows.

The initial thought that many homeowners have when they think about their replacement windows material type is typically vinyl or wood. However, advancements in fiberglass windows have made them a very dependable and stylish possibility.

A great example of fiberglass’ superior durability is Pella’s Impervia line, made from Duracast®. Duracast® — Pella’s patented, five-layer, engineered fiberglass composite — is a highly stable material that’s well suited for all climates, including those in North Carolina, so you can go with Pella® Impervia® products with confidence.

Commonly when you have a replacement window that durable and functional, you could have an issue including it into your home’s style. However, that’s not the case any longer. The interior and exterior of your windows show up with a durable powder-coat paint finish that will look spectacular for years. And their attractive appearance will be a great complement your home.

Whether it’s a necessity or you are just tired of looking at those old windows in your home, be sure to check out all of the replacement window choices available to you in North Carolina. Stop by Pella’s local showroom to see all of the choices and talk with a pro, or call 866-539-4196 to speak with someone at the showroom. We’d be more than happy to help you find the ideal replacement windows for your home.