Infinity® replacement windows and doors are considered virtually maintenance-free because they are made from Ultrex® fiberglass. It’s a pultruded fiberglass material that’s extremely strong and durable, making it superior to other window materials.
In today’s post, your local window replacement expert, Statewide Energy Solutions, discusses the benefits of Ultrex fiberglass frames.
Durability and Beauty
The Ultrex material undergoes a unique process that involves strong glass cables saturated with specially compounded resins, pulled through a heated die and trimmed with diamond-edge blades.
It’s created with silica sand, which is an abundant natural resource. Ultrex carries the sophisticated look of traditional wood windows. Its low expansion allows flawless operation on the window’s entire life span.
It features a mechanically bonded inline acrylic finish that’s up to three times thicker than traditional finishes, giving it impressive resistance from discoloring, scratching, and denting. Not just that, Infinity windows have Low-E glazing, which can help reduce your energy bills by up to 30%. For quality installation of energy efficient windows, choose Statewide Energy Solutions.
Made to Last for a Lifetime
Ultrex’s strength can be compared to low carbon steel, making it eight times stronger than vinyl. One square inch of this material can carry 41,000 pounds. Fiberglass windows are 38 percent more long-lasting than vinyl.
The strength of the material ensures superior stability, fluid operation, low maintenance and excellent performance. With its narrow profiles, you are provided with more visible glass area and wider views. It’s less likely to experience seal failure and air leakage due to its long-term stability.
Invest in high-quality windows to improve your home’s protection and overall look. At Statewide Energy Solutions, we are your leading provider of custom windows. We also offer a wide selection of entry doors. Call us at (214) 302-0557 or complete our online form for a free estimate. We serve homeowners in Dallas, TX and the surrounding areas.