Windows

Windows

At C-MeTrim Company Inc, we strive to carry a large selection of vinyl windows, aluminum windows, wood windows and fiberglass windows. Our friendly staff provides free consultations and will provide certified recommendations and suggestions to meet the wants and needs of our customers. Making customers happy is our top priority so you can always trust in our staff to help you make the best decisions for you and your space.

Your Replacement Window Specialist

  • Vinyl Windows
  • Aluminum Windows
  • Wood Windows
  • Fiberglass Windows

Vinyl Windows

Vinyl frames are made primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This material has many advantages, including being virtually maintenance-free. There will be differences in the quality of one manufacturer's vinyl compared to another. This is because a vinyl frame is made from a compound—a recipe of sorts—that dictates its performance over time. Each additive to a company's vinyl recipe helps determine the long-term characteristics of the final product, like its weather and impact resistance. For example, titanium dioxide makes the vinyl more heat resistant. At first glance, competing windows may look the same, but there can be key differences in the vinyl recipe used and how vinyl parts are formed to make a window structurally strong and optimize insulation performance.

As one of the most popular types of windows, vinyl windows offer a superior level of energy efficiency and durability. Additionally, vinyl windows are traditionally known for being virtually maintenance free, requiring only a simple cleaning to help keep them looking like new. At C-MeTrim, we are proud to carry a huge array of incredibly high quality vinyl windows available in a variety of styles. For more information on our products and to get a project bid for your vinyl window installation, don't hesitate to get in touch with one of our highly knowledgeable and certified staff members today.

Aluminum Windows

Light yet strong, aluminum windows and doors can be configured into a wide variety of combinations. The narrowness of the frame places the focus on the glass and subsequently, the view it offers. Multi-panel door systems are often made with aluminum frames to facilitate indoor/outdoor living. Milgard aluminum frames are available in anodized or baked-on finishes for long lasting color. Sealed, mechanically joined corners stay square and true over years of use.

Aluminum is not recommended in beach homes for while the material is water resistant, it can suffer corrosion from salt water and salt air. The corrosion affects hardware operation and frame performance.

Compared with vinyl, fiberglass and wood frames, aluminum conducts heat and cold the least well. To reduce heat flow, Milgard offers a Thermally Improved Aluminum frame in select regions. Thermally Improved Aluminum windows and doors are equipped with thermal breaks to separate the interior and exterior surfaces and improve energy efficiency.

Milgard ® Product Series

Standard Aluminum | Thermally Improved Aluminum

Wood Windows

For years, wood has been a readily available window substrate, and the most common choice for homes. It could be painted a solid color or stained and sealed to show off the wood grain. Wood is also strong and easy to work with, is a natural insulator and complements many forms of architecture.

Compared to vinyl and fiberglass, wood frames require more maintenance. Regular sealing, staining or painting is needed to prolong the beauty and performance of the window or door. Frequent touchups and the occasional refurbishing, sanding and applying new coats is almost always required.

Advantages of Wood Frames:

- Warmth of solid wood grains
- Paintable
- Excellent insulating properties

Milgard ® Product Series

Essence™ Series

Fiberglass Windows

Fiberglass frames are essentially composed of glass fibers and resin, materials that expand and contract very little with temperature changes in the weather. Until recently, the complex profiles required for window designs have been impossible to attain with fiberglass. Innovation has made it possible to design a fiberglass frame and fiberglass windows and patio doors are becoming more popular among homeowners for its beauty and long-lasting durability.

Fiberglass windows and doors can replicate the look and feel of wood with a veneer while helping to resist swelling, rotting and warping. The frame expands and contracts at approximately the same rate as the insulated glass it holds for improved energy efficiency and strength. While fiberglass frames do not require repainting for upkeep, the material is able to be repainted if you prefer to change colors.

Advantages of Fiberglass Frames

- Traditional wood profile
- Extremely strong—can hold large expanses of glass
- Low maintenance
- Paintable

Milgard ® Product Series

Ultra™ Series | WoodClad™ Series