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The Pros and Cons of Infinity Windows

Posted on July 26, 2015.

Replacing the windows of your home can be a big decision that can have lasting effects on the look and feel of your home, as well as on your wallet. There are many different materials that your windows can be made from and comparing the pros and cons of each type can help you make the best decision for your home and budget. Infinity windows in NC are made from fiberglass which has a longer list of pros than of cons for you to consider.


Cost is one of the most mixed items that you can find on pros and cons lists because it can usually be found at least once on each side. Generally speaking, you will have to weight the initial cost of the windows against the energy costs that they can save you. Fiberglass Infinity windows in NC will have a higher initial cost, but can save you thousands in heating and cooling over their lifetime. You can even take into account that these windows will usually last longer and require less costly maintenance than ones made of another material.


Fiberglass is a very strong material and since it is not prone to expansion and shrinking in normal weather conditions, it can be made into a stronger window. This is because the material does not need to have a welded seam in the corners that can weaken and snap over time. Durability is another factor which goes into the strength of your windows and fiberglass is more resistant to dents and damage than other window types. This can help the windows look better over a longer life. Choosing the best windows for your home can be an intimidating decision with all of the different types on the market. One of the best ways to do this is to make a list of pros and cons for the kinds that interest you and see how they match up. With Infinity windows in NC, you can have a strength, durability, and energy savings which really offset the initial cost.