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Fiberglass Windows

Fiberglass Window Installation

Could the windows in your home use updating? If your windows are more than 15 years old, you may be facing issues like sticking windows, drafts, and skyrocketing energy bills. Window replacement is the best option to fix these problems while bringing a fresh look to your home! It’s estimated that replacing your windows with Energy Star approved windows can save up to 30% a year on your energy bills. Our energy efficient windows come in a variety of styles and shapes to fit any budget or look, while saving you dollars in the end!

Fiberglass windows just may be what you’re looking for.  Some of the many benefits of installing fiberglass windows include higher wind resistance and the strongest, most durable of all window choices available.  If having color on your window frames is important to you then these may be the choice for you. They are available in many colors that will complement the look of your house.  Of course fiberglass windows will increase the efficiency of your home as well, while giving you a beautiful look and years of maintenance free enjoyment.  Our fiberglass windows offer you a lifetime warranty and savings on heating and cooling costs of your home year round.

We visit your home early in the process, evaluating many factors about your home that can affect the type of windows you may need. With our thorough evaluation, we are able to offer custom solutions without breaking the bank. We have windows in many materials, including vinyl windows, wood windows, and fiberglass windows. Maintaining excellent business relationships with our suppliers allows us to get our product at much lower prices than our competitors, which means we save you money without sacrificing quality.



“I had the pleasure of working with 1st Choice for new windows for my new house. I believe the quality of the windows, workmanship, and lead time to get the job completed were very satisfactory. I really enjoyed working with Tom and him taking the time to explain and show me the different types of glass and materials used. Ultimately yes I would recommend them for windows, and probably any other work they specialize in.” – Jody Davis