As a pioneer in vinyl windows, SoftLite is proud to offer a wide variety of styles to suit any budget and aesthetic sensibility. Our company’s founders began to manufacture vinyl frames in 1953, back when popular opinion still favored wood as the primary construction material for home windows. Modern science has proven that vinyl far outperforms wood, and even aluminum, as an energy-efficient material for window frames. Best of all, vinyl enables those who value the traditional look of woodgrain to enjoy the appearance of wood along with the energy-conserving benefits and maintenance-free ease of vinyl window frames.
SoftLite’s vinyl windows are a better choice than wood or aluminum windows because:
The energy efficiency standards of our vinyl windows are unmatched in the industry. Many of our replacement windows are recognized as ENERGY STAR “Most Efficient Products,” and our replacement windows are Gold Label certified by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association. Our products also are certified by the National Fenestration Rating Council, which develops and administers comparative energy and related rating programs to serve the public.
Carpeted bathrooms, orange shag carpeting, avocado green appliances, and wallpaper borders — some trends are merely fads, but others have lasting endurance. With classic roots seen as far back as the factories and warehouses of the 19th century, black window frames have been here for a while, and they’re here to stay. Anyone scrolling through Pinterest for home design inspiration or flipping through an interior decorating magazine or catalog will likely come across the trend. Timeless yet modern, the versatility of black provides an enduring element that can go with virtually any aesthetic if you know how to incorporate it into your home.