Simonton Windows Installation Company in Grand Rapids, MI
Alcor sells many of the Simonton Product Lines - 9800 Series, Asure, Vinyl Windows, Double Hung, Sliders, and Casements. They are so inspiring, you might want to think about charging admission.
With Simonton windows, your house goes from being a home to a virtual art gallery. Simonton windows feature the look and style of classic wood windows, with the strength, energy efficiency and durability of vinyl. In addition, the durable fusion-welded construction and a variety of advanced, energy-saving glass packages, performance features and options truly make Simonton Impressions windows works of art. It's good being the envy of everyone. From the smallest detail, Simonton windows have been designed to increase energy savings, hinder weather penetration and provide low maintenance.
- Example Performance Features
Simonton 9800 Series
- Welded Frame and Sash
Profiles are fused together to create a weathertight, one-piece unit.
- Simonton Sill
The patented, triple-stepped, sloped sill design forces water away from the window.
- Lap-Lok Meeting Rail
Overlapping and interlocking meeting rail virtually eliminate air and water infiltration where the sash meet.
- Multiple-chambered Profiles
Dead-air chambers inside vinyl profiles create small, airtight pockets for increased insulation.
- Dual Fin Weatherstripping
Creates a weather-resistant seal around operable sash.
- Chamfered Exterior
Chiseled frame design mirrors the look of high-cost wood windows.
- Coil Spring Balance System
Ensures easy sash movement and holds the window in any open position.
- Dual Air Locks
Allow window to stay partially open for ventilation.
- Denny Clip
Unique pivot bar keeps operable sash in perfect alignment.
- Curved Lift Handles
The gently curved design of the color-matched lift handles provide a streamlined interior look.
- ProSolar Low E Glass
Helps keep warm air in during winter and cool air in during summer, all the while blocking up to 84% of the sun's harmful rays.
Spacer System U-channel design offers lower conduction rates and flexes with temperature fluctuations to reduce seal failure.