Frequently Asked Questions

Please take a look at our most common questions and answers. If your questions are not answered here, please request a callback or submit your question on the contact page.

Vinyl replacement windows are a fantastic option for anyone who needs to replace their current windows. They are exceptionally energy efficient, which means they’ll help you save on your energy bills. They’re extremely durable and non-corroding, which means you won’t have to worry about replacing them again. Plus, they’re virtually maintenance-free, which means you don’t have to do much at all to keep them looking fantastic.

Yes! No matter what the style or age of your home is, an expert window consultant can help you choose replacement windows that meet your needs.
In fact, vinyl windows can do a lot of good for older homes. They can help reduce noise, save energy, increase your property value and the curb appeal of your home. They can also be added to enhance the appearance of your home without taking away from the historical feel.

You have so many style and color options available with vinyl windows; the possibilities are too long to list! Vinyl windows are available in:
  • Double-hung
  • Single-hung
  • Sliding
  • Picture
  • Bay and Bow
  • Garden
  • Specialty shapes

They are also available in a wide variety of colors and finishes to help you find the perfect match for your home.

Considering your home’s security is an essential part of your window and door shopping as a homeowner. Thankfully, vinyl windows are very durable and can also feature other security measures such as high-impact glass, security laminated glass, and locking features.

Cost is always a factor when determining what replacement windows work for your home and budget. With different sizing and finishing options available, the best way to get an accurate quote for vinyl replacement windows for your home is to call Fidelity Windows today for your FREE consultation – 214-305-5108.

There are many factors that go into determining the cost of a project, and we will go over all the details with you during your free, no-obligation consultation.

The performance and longevity of vinyl windows compare very favorably to those of other building materials, and vinyl often costs less to produce. Vinyl windows and doors are rapidly capturing a major market share as more builders and homeowners learn about vinyl’s outstanding value and economy.

Long-lasting beauty, low maintenance and excellent thermal efficiency ratings give vinyl windows a winning edge over other types of replacement windows. Our vinyl compound is produced with extra levels of UV inhibitors to help withstand harsh weather conditions, and it is recyclable and environmentally friendly.

Vinyl won’t pit or peel over time with only simple care and cleaning, windows can keep their beautiful appearance for years to come

Low E (Emissivity) Glass is glass with a transparent metallic oxide coating applied onto or into a glass surface. The coating allows short-wave energy to pass through but reflects long-wave infrared energy, improving the U-Value.

Argon Gas is an odorless, colorless, tasteless, non-toxic gas that is six times more dense than air. It is used to replace air between the glass panes to reduce temperature transfer.

R-value is the resistance a material has to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the resistance.

U-value is the amount of heat transferred through a material. The lower the U-value, the slower the rate of heat flow and the better the insulating quality.

Those who have single pane windows today might be amazed to see the difference double or triple pane windows can make with regards to noise reduction. Wood frames also allow more sound to pass through the windows. Double or triple pane vinyl replacement windows can help reduce the amount of noise that enters the home significantly. Choosing a window with the highest sound transmission class possible might allow you to sleep in when the neighbor starts doing yard work early Saturday morning.

Our installers will remove all debris from your property and carefully dispose of it unless you notify the installer that you would like to keep your old windows or screens. Please notify him as soon as he arrives for your installation.

Our professional window installers will most likely install your windows from the inside. In certain situations, we may be required to install from the outside.