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Gulf Coast Windows are Tough Enough for the Texas Climate
Made of composite material, The Gulf Coast Performer and Vantage Series windows are more than just an attractive addition to the interior and exterior of your home. They are designed and constructed to withstand even the harshest conditions, season after season.
- Maintenance Free and will never warp, bend, rot, expand or contract
- Will not absorb moisture
- Acts as an excellent insulator
- Are available with our Heat Reflector glass system for maximum thermal efficiency
- Can be shaped to various shapes and sizs
- Insulates over 2.5 times better than rigid vinyl.
Heat Reflector™ Glass Package
Performer III Compozit Windows feature the very best in thermal efficiency technology, three times more than most companies, to maximize thermal performance, and keep your home comfortable.
Heat Reflector™ Glass blocks about 80% of the sun’s heat from entering your home while letting the light shine through. We are able to accomplish this with 18 microscopic layers on the inside of the outer pane of glass, and this includes three special layers of silver, while most others use two. Keeping your home bright, while blocking harmful UV rays.
Each Heat Reflector™ Double Pane System also incorporates Argon gas in between double-strength glass to complete the glass pack. Argon, a safe naturally occurring gas, helps to block the transfer of heat better than air while increasing energy-efﬁciency, adding protection from the sun’s damaging rays, and helping to deaden sound.
Vinyl windows are not recommended for Texas
Vinyl windows may work in the northern US, but down here in Texas, they lead to higher electric bills and hotter summers. A side-by-side comparison clearly demonstrates the difference and shows why Gulf Coast Windows are THE replacement windows ALL Texans should buy.
The majority of Texas homes have vinyl windows that contract in the cold and expand in the heat. These windows wreak havoc on your pocketbook by failing to keep heat and moisture outside the house and conditioned air in.
Countless governments, university researchers, and window industry experts agree: windows and frames made of vinyl are only effective in harsh climates for a few years before the seals between the glass and the frame, and the frame and the house, start to crack.
Ultimately, outside air and moisture leaks through the cracks of vinyl windows’ seals, and the price paid to heat and cool your home goes up. In other words, up go your electric bills and down goes your property value.
We’re so confident our composite windows outperforms vinyl windows we offer a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee + A Triple Life Time Warranty.
Meet the window that’s right for the Lone Star State!
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