We are the ideal source to buy replacement windows online
With over 3,000 window and door manufacturers in the United States, dozens of companies supplying them with glass, vinyl, and other hardware, and many thousands of dealers and contractors vying to install them, making a replacement window purchasing decision can seem daunting from start to finish.
For users of Windows For Me, the research and legwork has been done already. You simply enter your window dimensions, type of window, and your ZIP code and Windows For Me shows you what the market offers to meet your needs. If you like, we can also suggest qualified installers in your area who can be trusted to complete your replacement window experience with quality work.
Product quality is high across the replacement window industry, so choosing the right brand can be difficult. We have analyzed areas including performance, packaging, service, and scheduling/delivery promptness, and we believe we offer the best overall experience in replacement window purchasing. The companies whose lines and services we offer meet our standards of communication and integrity. Just making quality window frames available is not enough, so we focus on the entire experience.
The window frame is the most expensive and important part of the window. The more vinyl chambers a frame contains, the better its overall performance. Some brands offer up to nine chambers, with and without foam insulation. Others have 3-5 vinyl chambers, and Windows For Me does not offer frames with only a single chamber. Another consideration is the type of vinyl. We offer virgin uiPVC vinyl which resists fading, discoloration, and chipping. Regular PVC contains some recycled vinyl. We do not offer frames with 100% recycled vinyl.
Energy efficiency is represented by a number called the U-factor, with lower values indicating better overall efficiency. Our brands’ U-factors range from .24 to .39. Other important considerations are the inclusion of a sloped inner sill to prevent water pooling and the formation of fungus and mildew, low E2 ultraviolet light protection, metal vs. vinyl rollers, and warranties and whether they’re transferable.