Geometric windows, or specialty windows, are a great way for a homeowner to make their house a showpiece for their personal expression. SoftLite manufactures custom-shaped windows that allow a homeowner to fully express him- or herself while maintaining the same level of energy efficiency and durability as our popular, standard window styles. These unique shapes and sizes give your imagination a chance to shine as you sift through the virtually endless design and color combinations available from SoftLite.
SoftLite geometric windows are made possible, in part, thanks to our dry-air bending system, which enables our engineers to shape our stout frame profile into virtually any architectural design you can imagine. The beveled exterior frame and structural sill combine to provide a pleasing look, while the specially blended unplasticized polyvinylchloride (uPVC) frames and sashes facilitate energy efficiency and durability. The frame and sash of our geometric windows will not rot like wood, nor will they corrode like steel and aluminum. Here are just a few of the many available shapes:
Available options with SoftLite geometric windows include double-pane Low-E glass with argon gas insulation; interior wood grain finishes; decorative grid patterns; and more. To learn more, or to place an order, contact a SoftLite dealer near you. SoftLite has been a leading manufacturer of replacement windows since 1953, and is a pioneer in the precision-engineered production of beautiful, energy-efficient vinyl windows.
With SoftLite's abundance of style choices, deciding on the right windows for your home can prove to be quite a challenge for many homeowners. Thankfully, our dealers have years of experience developing custom concepts, artfully designed with your needs in mind. All designs vary by individual client preferences, as well as local inspection standards and building codes. Understanding the benefits that accompany each window type will ultimately help you determine which style is right for your home. Whether you choose a slider window, a double-hung window, or some other option, two crucial design features will likely influence your conclusion: aesthetics and ease of use.