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Excalibur II Fusion-Welded residential Vinyl Windows


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Forget about your old drafty windows and replace them with new quality windows which will save you money on your utilities, will make your home warm and cozy in the winter, but keep you cooler in the summer. Residential vinyl windows are created from a plastic named polyvinyl chloride, also known as PVC. This material has a high R-value, meaning the amount of insulation it can provide. And that is why these windows are the popular and economical alternative to aluminum, wood, and fiberglass. Think about the advantages that residential vinyl windows provide: they are energy efficient, require no maintenance and they also cut the noise considerably. If you are concerned about the environmental impact of construction waste, don't worry anymore because the residential vinyl windows are recyclable.

Excalibur II Fusion-Welded residential Vinyl Windows are known for their beauty, exceptional stability and easy installation. With these kind of Windows, there is no need to choose between style and energy savings because Excalibur II Windows offer the best of both worlds.

A multi-chambered sash and mainframe design creates insulating air space for thermal efficiency. Insulated glass units feature double-strength glass with optimal air space for year-round performance. A beveled exterior profile gives these residential vinyl windows a clean, elegant look. Clean the glass surface with any common household cleaner or a mild detergent. Never use a high-pressure sprayer to clean windows and doors. To clean your screens, simply remove them and hose them off with your garden hose. Plus, you’ll find this beauty to be timeless with Excalibur II vinyl frames that will never chip, peel, crack or warp, and will never need painting or caulking. And Excalibur's tilt-in sashes make cleaning a pleasure. You'll save money on energy bills because their superior all-weather performance helps reduce heating and cooling costs.

They allow for easy installation and thanks to the tilt-in sashes, cleaning is safe and effortless. They are the ultimate choice for quality windows for beauty and energy savings, they help to pay for themselves through lower energy costs, freedom from maintenance and increased property values.

Perfectly suited for any remodeling application, the Excalibur II residential vinyl windows is the best choice for western region remodeling projects where stucco homes are prevalent.

Excalibur II Features

- Fully extruded lift rail adds strength, durability and ease of operation
- Sloped sill forces water to drain to the exterior
- Hidden screen track produces clean lines
- Protective hollow bulb seal at the sill for added weather protection


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