Featured is this pristine, well-maintained log cabin in Knoxboro, NY where Clearview Vinyl’s professional window technicians installed new vinyl replacement windows. The owners of this home wanted to cut costs on their heating bills while keeping the beauty of their country cabin. The installation was a complete success! Not only did they maintain the charm of their property, but they will save thousands over the years in heating and cooling costs.
Why choose Clearview Vinyl to replace your existing windows?
The answer is simple, Clearview Vinyl’s Replacement Windows are made locally in Oriskany Falls, NY with only 100 percent virgin vinyl. The owners of Clearview Vinyl pride themselves on complete customer satisfaction with every replacement window project they perform. Not only do you receive friendly, personalized, and courteous service, but you get a window that is warrantied for the entire time you live in your home. Having a locally operated company provide you with an outstanding product and over 20 years of experience ensures your complete satisfaction. The folks at Clearview Vinyl have strict quality control guidelines insisting on using only the best materials to create their outstanding vinyl replacement windows. They use only professional window installers with years of experience to guarantee a perfect fit!
Does Clearview Vinyl Replacement Windows provide many vinyl window options?
Yes, there are many vinyl window varieties to choose from including Straight Slide, Bay & Bow, Architectural, and Picture just to name a few. All our locally made windows are Energy Star Certified. This was extremely important to the homeowners of this appealing log cabin.
The winter months in Knoxboro, NY can be long and fierce. With the Energy Star Certification, the interior glass remains warmer while the temperature outside dips below freezing lowering heating costs 7 to 15 percent. The other important consideration for these Knoxboro, NY customers in choosing Clearview Vinyl Replacement Windows was the UV protective coating which protects their drapes, flooring, and furniture inside the home from fading by 75 percent.