When it comes to coastal areas like Orange County, homeowners love more open-flowing living areas...
BEST WINDOW REPLACEMENT ORANGE COUNTY
If you have been searching for the best replacement windows in Orange County, then stop looking. Infinity from Marvin is ranked by JD Powers and Associates 2019 # 1 in appearance, design, and customer satisfaction with window and patio door manufacturing brands.
I love Orange County, the beaches, the people, and especially the beautiful homes. When it comes to costal areas like Orange County homeowners love more open flowing living areas and the best way to open up a home and bring the outdoors indoors is with beautiful Sliding Doors, French doors, and large picture windows.
If you’re thinking about window replacement in Orange County, you must think about Infinity from Marvin. Infinity from Marvin Ultrex Fiberglass window frames is not just the strongest frames they are also the thinnest and most beautiful windows you can find.
We have exactly what Orange County homeowners are looking for. Thin, beautiful, strong Ultrex fiberglass frames with a triple strength acrylic finish applied to both the exterior and interior frames. Choose from multiple color options or our Everwood wooden window stains, you’ll never find a stronger and more beautiful window.
How is the best way to start a window replacement project in Orange County?
We always ask homeowners in Orange County, CA why do you think you need new replacement windows? After thinking about it for a minute, we usually get answers like the seals are broken, they are drafty, they are warping and leaking, and they’re cheap old windows that have lost all energy efficiency. The answer to this question is usually they are old, worn out, and need to be replaced.
There are three main reasons homeowners want new replacement windows in Orange County. Better energy efficient windows, they want windows that will keep their home quiet from all the outside noise, and especially in San Diego County, they want the beautiful look of elegant replacement windows.
Southern California temperatures can change up to 40 degrees in one day. As older windows expand and contract under Southern California heat and cold climate change the seals break, cracks become terribly non-energy efficient, noisy, and faded, the once beautiful curb appeal loses all its luster.
Energy Efficient Windows
In this day when remodeling companies spring up one day and are gone the next, it is comforting to be able to depend on a window company like Infinity from Marvin. As the # 1 choice for window replacement Orange County, San Diego County, LA County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County. Marvin Windows has been manufacturing windows in Warroad, MN USA for 115 years. Infinity from Marvin carries on that same great heritage and tradition of excellence in the replacement window industry is the number one choice for excellence.
Infinity from Marvin provides the quality and craftsmanship of the Marvin windows brand combined with the excellent service and experience of the top professionals in replacement windows.
The best windows, the best installation, the best finish, and the best warranty. Our commitment to excellence to you does not end when the installation is completed. From the time our consultant meets with you in your home, through the technician measure, and even after the installation is completed our standard of excellence continues because our windows are truly built for life
ULTREX Strong as Steel
Don’t just take our word for it see how thin and elegant our frames look compared to other companies’ bulky thick frames! Infinity from Marvin’s windows is designed to be thin and elegant because our customers in Orange County want thinner elegant frames with more viewable glass. Our Ultrex® fiberglass frames are thinner and stronger because they are manufactured with a patented fiberglass pultruded process that makes our frames as strong as steel and your window replacement project the best in the business.
We go the extra mile
Infinity from Marvin does something no other window manufacturer does. A patented acrylic finish is added during the manufacturing process both to the inside as well as the outside of the frame to prevent the finish from cracking, peeling, chipping, or fading. Our windows are built for life, we go the extra mile for Orange County residences to keep your windows looking elegant and beautiful decades to come.
Why is a Strong Frame so Important
Dual-pane glass can be very heavy depending on the size of your window. The larger the window the heavier the glass. The glass and the frame that supports it must expand and contract equally, if they don’t they pull away from each other. If the glass expands at a 4.6 and a frame expands at a 30.0 when the frames and glass heat up the frames heat up and expand 652% more than the glass, the frames pull away from the glass and your seals fail.
Ultrex Fiberglass Frames are as Strong As Steel!
When the sun beats down on a window, the window and the frame expand with the heat and contract with the cold. Our Ultrex fiberglass frames expand and contract at a 4.0 while the glass expands and contracts at a 4.6. The two materials expand and contract together equally. When the 4.6 glass heats up it expands against the Ultrex 4.0 unmovable frame and the glass stops there, it cannot expand against the Ultrex frame so your seals do not fail.
We go the extra mile
Infinity from Marvin does something no other window manufacturer does. A patented acrylic finish is added during the manufacturing process both to the inside as well as the outside of the frame to prevent the finish from cracking, peeling, chipping, or fading. Our windows are built for life, we go the extra mile to keep your windows looking elegant and beautiful decades to come.
WHAT HAPPENS TO OTHER WINDOW MATERIALS IN ORANGE COUNTY
Orange County went through the same phase of construction windows as the rest of California. In the 50s wood was the material used for window frames. Wood windows are beautiful and everyone loves the classic look of wooden windows but the weather is hard on wood windows the repainting, maintenance, and upkeep are costly and time-consuming. Homeowners wanted a more maintenance-free window.
The 60s and 70s brought Aluminum frames, aluminum was used because it was stronger than wood plus you never had to repaint and the maintenance was a lot less time-consuming, but no one really liked the look of an aluminum window they were used more for track housing it was an easy product for builders to use but not the most energy-efficient, (remember aluminum transfers heat and cold).
The 80s Orange County sold more vinyl windows than the rest of the country. Vinyl was the new material for window frames it was not as strong or kept its true shape like aluminum but it was cheap and easy to mold. However vinyl frames always look bulky, they must be manufactured wider and thicker in order to support the heavy dual-pane glass. Remember vinyl flex’s and moves a lot. The glass inside the frame expands and contracts at a 4.6. while the vinyl frames expand and contract at a 30.0. As you can see the vinyl expands 652% more than the glass, the frames pull away from glass, and the seals break and fail.
Ultrex Pultruded Fiberglass
Orange County Homeowners figured out pretty fast that vinyl windows were cheap, the frames crack, peel, chip, and under the Orange County summer sun they deteriorate badly. Vinyl frames just didn’t hold up to Orange County and California’s high temperatures.
In the late 90s, Infinity from Marvin started producing the first Ultrex Pultruded Fiberglass window frames and Orange County loved it. Ultrex Fiberglass is the perfect material for Orange County, it stays to its true fit through the horrible 120 degree days and the cool 25 degree nights. It will not chip, crack, peel and the color will never fade, (Even in Black) Infinity from Marvin ads that extra Acrylic finish to both the inside and outside window frames to keep your finish looking beautiful for decades to come
Combination Frames made from more than one material
In the first part of 2000, some other window manufacturers developed other types of combination material frames made from vinyl and other different materials. The purpose of this was to add other stronger materials to the vinyl during the manufacturing process in order to try to make the vinyl frame stronger. First, they were trying to keep the vinyl frame from expanding and contracting more than the glass that it surrounded. But also to they were attempting to keep the vinyl from cracking, peeling, chipping, and fading.
Some of the manufactures had minimal success with this type of combination window frame. Renewal by Andersen Fibrex material is one company that had some success with this. However, they have the same challenge that other manufactures had. The glass inside the frame expands and contracts at a 4.6. the Fibrex material frames and other combination frames expand and contract at a 16.0. As you can see the combo material frames expands 347% more than the glass, the frames still pull away from glass, and the seals break and fail. Also, combination frames do not have the same protection as Ultrex Pultruded Fiberglass Frames so they still can have the problem with cracking, peeling, chipping, and fading.