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Why Corner Stone Builders?
  • Nationally accredited by the BBB
  • TRCC Licensed
  • 5 Star service rating
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  • Solid reputation
  • Community based
Simonton windows by Corner Stone Builders are the industries leader in vinyl replacement windows. You can drastically reduce your energy bills and increase your homes comfort and beauty with dual paned windows from Corner Stone Builders. Simonton comes in 5 different finishes, white, tan, and drift wood. For the natural look or for historical homes you can choose from realistic wood grain finishes like oak or ash. Why vinyl? Vinyl provides superior insulation value in the toughest of climates. It does not expand or contract like wood or aluminum.



REPLACEMENT WINDOW DICTIONARY

Low-E: aka Low emissivity reffers to the coating on the window pane itself.  These coatings are microscopically thin, virtually invisible, metal or metallic oxide layers deposited on a window or skylight glazing surface primarily to reduce the U-factor by suppressing radiative heat flow.

Ultraviolet: (UV) light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, but longer than soft X-rays. It is so named because the spectrum consists of electromagnetic waves with frequencies higher than those that humans identify as the color violet (purple).

Dual pane: are one of the best ways to save on energy. They have two panes and a spacer that keeps them separated and in our case they have argon gas in between the panes. This prevents heat or cold from transferring through.

Double hung: windows by Corner Stone Builders have two sashes, usually upper and lower which both are able move up or down independent of each other. In the case of Corner Stones Windows our sashes also lean in for easy cleaning.

Air Chambers: - Small honeycomb spaces within the sash and frame which help to insulate and strengthen the window.
Fusion-welded: - The process of joining materials by melting them together with extreme heat (over 500 F), resulting in the materials uniting into a one-piece unit.

Intercept Spacer System: - Spacer system using a U-channel design to reduce the number of conduction paths.