Entries by Paul Whitemen

Are Vinyl Windows High Quality

I’m shopping for new windows for my home and want to get a quality product.  My friend told me that if I want quality I should stay away from vinyl. Is that true? While it’s true that some vinyl windows are poorly made and may not perform well over time, there are also some really […]

Argon Gas? In my Windows?

I keep hearing window companies talk about argon gas.  What is it and why should I consider it for my new windows? That’s a great question! Argon gas is an inert, dense gas that is often inserted in the space between the panes of glass to increase the energy efficiency of a window.  A double-paned […]

Is it worth investing in Replacement Windows

We want to make improvements to our home and are wondering if it’s worth it to upgrade and install new windows? Great question and you’re not alone. Most homeowners have similar questions and want to make sure they’re making the right investment. Older windows can let in so much more than light. The older the […]

Proud to offer 2019 EnergyStar Most Efficient Products

Here at Window Depot USA, we believe we’re America’s Best Choice for energy efficient replacement window products. One of the main reasons is that we consistently sell advanced Triple Pane windows at the same prices our national competitors charge for dual pane. Our flagship products are the Signature Series GOLD and Platinum packages, featuring three […]

False Energy Claims on Replacement Windows

In February of 2012, the Federal Trade Commission cracked down on a deceptive practice that has been a part of the vinyl replacement window industry for too long.  You see, many replacement window retailers claim a certain level of energy savings when/if you replace your windows. Seems harmless, right?  Wrong. When people see energy savings, […]

How Much Should Replacement Windows Cost?

Isn’t it a shame that this question is SUCH a mystery. I mean really how is it, in the information age, that people have no idea what it costs to replace their windows? The answer: MOST replacement window companies do NOT want you to know.