Window Enhancement Options
Interior & Exterior Color Options
You can select our windows in any color. Imagine - the beauty of wood without the maintenance problems of painting, swelling and rotting.
America's Window now offers an exciting collection of more exterior colors. Select from any color to coordinate or contrast your new windows to the colors and style of your home. The new exterior colors can be used in combination with all of our current interior colors and laminates.
When it comes to multiple benefits that you'll appreciate, this America's Window glass option is unlike any other. The Armor Glass Plus insulating system offers greater security, sound control, safety, energy savings and UV protection when selected with our windows.
This laminated glass system consists of three panes of glass. Two panes sandwich a tough polyvinyl butyral interlayer that gives Armor Glass Plus its remarkable properties for keeping out intruders, protecting against harmful UV rays and keeping out noise. A SolarControl Plus® low-emissivity coating on the third pane of glass and an argon gas-filled airspace provide superb energy efficiency.
If you live in an area that gets very hot or frigid weather, consider America's Window triple-glass system for your windows. It will ensure that your home stays comfortable and your fuel bills low. If you're concerned about security and you want greater peace of mind, you can specify our windows with laminated security glass that deters intrusion and reduces exterior noise-while still offering excellent energy efficiency.
A popular glass choice of consumers buying our windows today is America's Window triple-glass system. This high-performing glass provides superb levels of comfort in the home as well as excellent cost savings by lowering home energy consumption. It's a great choice for any part of the country because of its ability to retain interior heat in cold weather and reflect exterior heat in warm weather.
Triple-Glass System features America's Window SolarControl Plus® low-emissivity coating on two glass pane surfaces and argon gas in the two air spaces between the panes.