EPIC Exteriors proudly offers and installs Simonton Window products.
When it comes to replacement windows, vinyl Simonton windows are an all-around excellent choice. Unlike wood, vinyl will never rot or require endless repainting. And unlike aluminum, vinyl never pits or flakes and requires almost no maintenance.
Simonton windows from Epic Exteriors come with a lifetime contractor service and product warranty and are available for replacement or installation through the greater Kansas City area.
Simonton window features:
- Simonton are Energy Star® windows with low E/ Argon filled gas
- Air tight window construction: fusion welded frame and sash construction
- Tilt-in/ lift-out sash windows: tilts in for easy cleaning
- Easy operation: Simonton windows open and close easily for maximum performance with minimum effort Simonton vinyl windows stand up to extreme Oklahoma weather conditions year after year
- No fade color: so frames and sash will never require painting, and they resist pollution, salt spray and dirt.
- Energy Star Products Insulated Glass Unit: the window glass is set deeper into the sash unit Low E/ Argon -filled glass acts as a super insulating barrier and blocks 84% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays The thermal properties of these vinyl windows, is an excellent insulator. Its thermal properties are far superior to aluminum, steel and stainless steel.
- Spacer Systems: Most Simonton windows feature unique spacer systems. Made of highly thermally prohibitive materials, these are placed between the glass panes and further reduce temperature transfer.
- Glass Coatings: windows are available with Low E glass. A transparent metallic oxide coating applied to the glass surface allows short-wave energy to pass through but reflects long-wave infrared energy for greater thermal efficiency.
- Gas Fill: The space between the glass panes may be filled with Argon gas, an odorless, non-toxic gas that is six times denser than air. This acts as an added barrier for a higher level of efficiency.
- Laminated glass: some glass packages contain a transparent interlayer adhered to the glass pane which acts as a barrier against energy loss, noise transmission and forced entry.