Published on: February 25, 2017
As Seattle’s premier window company since 2002, 2FL Windows & Siding has built a strong network of trusted industry manufacturers—such as the Coeur D’Alene Window Company. Coeur D’Alene windows are built for the ideal combination of strength and style, with a specially engineered frame made to withstand the Northwest’s tough weather conditions. These premium vinyl windows are available in many designs and shapes, including:
With over 25 years of industry experience, 2FL has the skill and expertise required to properly install your new Coeur D’Alene windows. And we don’t use just any old installation method—we rely on factory-trained crews and our own patented Rain Jacket Flashing System to guarantee the longest-lasting, most effective window replacements. Our revolutionary method integrates your windows perfectly to your home’s weather-resistant barrier, resulting in a watertight seal strong enough to withstand hurricane-winds.
Whether you prefer the elegance of bow windows or the practicality of slider windows, choosing 2FL and Coeur D’Alene for your Seattle and Tacoma replacement windows is sure to bring an array of long-term benefits:
Multiple pricing options based on your choice of glass
Flawless fits by in-house, factory-trained window experts
Improved efficiency from glazing, warm edge spacers, and glass coatings
Proven energy savings with Energy Star-certified features
Customized style, including hardware color and exterior and interior frame finishes
Added strength from heavyweight walls and specially designed frames
Long-term durability backed by comprehensive warranties
If you’d like to see how Coeur D’Alene windows can improve the durability, weather resistance, and look of your home, contact 2FL Windows & Siding today! Call us to speak with an experienced installer of quality replacement windows, or take a minute to complete our simple online form now. We’ll be happy to learn more about your needs and schedule you for a free, no-obligation consultation and estimate in your home!
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