Window Installation Companies Phoenix Az

Q: How do New Windows Add Value to my Home?

A: Window Installation Companies Phoenix Az, Payless Thermo provides windows that pay for themselves in energy savings, and create a great re-sale value when selling your home.

Prism Gold Double Hung
Prism Gold Double Hung

End Vent Siders open and close easily on corrosion-resistant rollers
End Vent Siders open and close easily on corrosion-resistant rollers

Narrow frame Simonton Asure Sliders topped with Half-round Geometrics add an elegant touch to this dining room
Narrow frame Simonton Asure Sliders topped with Half-round Geometrics add an elegant touch to this dining room

When Do You Replace Your Windows

Is there condensation inside the window panes? This is an indication that the window seal could have failed.

Do the windows open and close easily? This could be a sign of dirt building up around the window.

Is it getting cold or hot in your home? Is your furnace or air conditioner running more often?

Is it too noisy in your home? New windows with laminated glass goes a long way to reducing noise pollution.

Don’t Wait too Long to Replace Your Windows! Have higher energy costs, and less comfort in your home.

Vinyl Windows Company Phoenix Az

Q: How do you Price your Windows?

A: Vinyl Windows Company Phoenix Az, Payless Thermo doesn’t sell based on price – we meet the homeowners needs for a great price!

Are Vinyl Windows Better
  • Low maintenance
  • Great insulating value
  • Beauty and appearance of wood without the hassle of maintaining it
  • Strength and durability
  • Excellent resistance to rotting, corrosion, salt air, termites and air pollutants.

When the comparison is wood vs. vinyl windows, vinyl clearly wins:

  • Vinyl retains its finish – there’s no need to sand, re-stain and repaint!
  • Vinyl won’t pit, peel or flake like wood.
  • Vinyl holds up to repeated use, maintaining its beauty year after year.
  • The only maintenance vinyl usually required is a quick washing, after which it looks as good as new.
  • Beautiful, durable and realistic interior wood laminates are available today is a variety of popular woodgrains such as oak, cherry and maple. Allowing you to have the rich look of wood in your home with all the maintenance.

Over the long term, there’s simply no comparison when it comes to wood vs. vinyl windows. Vinyl is definitely the smarter choice!

Why Choose Vinyl Windows and Doors
  • Increased Comfort Simonton’s vinyl windows and doors offer excellent thermal performance for year-round comfort and to help lower utility bills
  • Easy Operation Our windows and doors open and close easily for maximum performance with minimum effort
  • Weatherability The premium vinyl used in Simonton windows and doors can stand up to extreme weather conditions year after year
  • Energy Efficiency Vinyl is an effective insulator. Our vinyl profiles are specially designed to work with advanced glass packages for optimum energy efficiency
  • Low Maintenance The color of the vinyl is integrated throughout, so frames and sash will never require painting, and they resist pollution, salt spray and dirt
  • Value Not only do Simonton windows and doors help to lower home utility bills, they also add value to your home.

 

Testing shows that vinyl window and doors are comparable to wood products in thermal efficiency.

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 Sculptured grids in a Colonial and Sunburst grid pattern highlight this ProFinish Master Eyebrow w/legs and Double Hung configuration.
Sculptured grids in a Colonial and Sunburst grid pattern highlight this ProFinish Master Eyebrow w/legs and Double Hung configuration.

 

Prism Platinum Bay window with Sculptured Colonial grids
Prism Platinum Bay window with Sculptured Colonial grids

 

Prism Platinum Double Hung windows tilt in for easy cleaning
Prism Platinum Double Hung windows tilt in for easy cleaning

 

 

Window Replacement Phoenix Az

Q: How Energy Efficient are your Windows?

A: Window Replacement Phoenix Az, Payless Thermo new windows provide Energy Efficiency as an ENERGY STAR Provider.

Energy Efficiency

At Simonton, we understand that energy efficiency is more important than ever. That’s why we are continuously looking for ways to make our windows and doors as thermally efficient as possible. From the materials we use and the glass packages we offer to our dedication as an ENERGY STAR partner, we’ve got you covered when it comes to energy efficiency.

Premium Vinyl – Its thermal properties are far superior to aluminum, steel and stainless steel.
Glass Coatings – A transparent metallic oxide coating is applied to the glass surface allows short-wave energy to pass through but reflects long-wave infrared energy for greater thermal efficiency.
Gas Fill – The space inside an insulating glass unit—between the glass panes—may be filled with Argon gas, an odorless, non-toxic gas that is six times denser than air. This acts as an added barrier for a higher level of efficiency.
Spacer Systems – Placed between the glass panes and further reduce temperature transfer.

Glass Options

Insulating Glass Unit

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Glass Options

Simonton Asure Twin Double Hung unit top with a Half-Round with Double Sunburst grids
Simonton Asure Twin Double Hung unit top with a Half-Round with Double Sunburst grids.

Simonton StormBreaker Plus Home
Simonton StormBreaker Plus Home

Simonton ProFinish Brickmould-600 Double-Hung windows with a dark Woodgrain interior laminate and brass hardware and Colonial grids
Simonton ProFinish Brickmould-600 Double-Hung windows with a dark Woodgrain interior laminate and brass hardware and Colonial grids

Replacement Windows Phoenix Az

Q: How can I Lower my Utility Bills?

A: Replacement Windows in Phoenix Az are made for Warm Climates!

Climate Effects Window Choice and Cost

Replacement windows phoenix az

“Dual pane windows are a great way to keep cool air in and help keep energy costs down. Choose glazing with an extremely low Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – especially for east and west windows – to significantly lower air-conditioning loads.”

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“Seal up any little cracks or gaps where air can leak into your home. Many experts believe the average home has enough of these small holes to equal one three-foot by three-foot opening.

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Examine your windows. Check for hot and cold spots or drafty areas inside your home near windows, which can indicate energy loss.”

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