3 Perks of Installing Black Vinyl Windows
In the last few years, black windows have become one of the most requested choices for new and replacement windows. And for good reason. If your house has lighter-colored siding, black windows make an eye-catching statement that enhances curb appeal.
When getting new windows, you could be concerned that black windows are too popular and may go out of style rapidly. But these windows have been used for a long time. They’ve been used in varying applications, from small greenhouses to big warehouses and luxury residences. Now, you’ll typically see them used on popular farmhouse-style residences, but they can be the finishing touch for lots of different types of architectural styles.
When it comes to settling on window materials, steel is one of the most popular. But it’s also the most pricey. However, black windows come in many other materials, such as wood, fiberglass and even vinyl.
Vinyl windows complement the largest range of budgets. And they offer many advantages, like energy efficiency and minimal maintenance. Here are several more advantages of choosing black vinyl windows for your house.
Keeps Your House Comfortable and Your Heating and Cooling Bills in Check
Pella® vinyl windows are created with energy efficiency in mind. They earn high rankings for energy performance ratings, and some are even ENERGY STAR® certified. These windows can help your house remain consistently comfy while often decreasing utility costs. When updating single-pane windows, ENERGY STAR® says a normal homeowner can save an average of $101–$538 on annual utility costs.
Not Much Maintenance and Easy to Clean
Vinyl windows don’t require a lot of upkeep. Pella follows an enhanced paint process to ensure lasting color. Our proprietary formula is tested and proven to resist the effects of extreme temperatures and humidity. When vinyl windows need to be cleaned, stains and dust are easy to remove from the frame, when needed.
With professional installation and ample care, vinyl windows can last a long time. On average, they could last 20 years or longer. At Pella, we utilize one-of-a-kind installation methods to ensure your windows are installed properly and that you’ll enjoy top energy efficiency.
Black Exterior, White Interior
Black vinyl windows are a gorgeous look for your home’s exterior. But having that black frame on the interior of your home can make it feel dimmer. That’s why Pella has dual-color vinyl frames in our 250 Series. These windows have a black exterior and white interior so your home will seem airy and full of daylight.
If you are looking for a solid color frame, with black inside and outside your house, you’ll need to go with fiberglass or wood windows.
Create Your Black Vinyl Windows with Pella of Idaho
When you need to begin planning for window replacement, the pros at Pella of Idaho can help. Whether energy efficiency or added features are at the top of the list, we’ll help you design the right custom vinyl windows for your home. Reach us at 208-373-0002 to begin now!