2FL is proud to offer one of the of the highest rated, locally manufactured vinyl windows in the industry: The Coeur d'Alene Windows in Seattle and surrounding areas. Combined with our patented vinyl window installation you will enjoy the superior energy efficiency and protection these products and installation techniques provide.
We stand behind our vinyl windows, backing each one with our Double Lifetime Warranty. This warranty, which covers the window, the insulated glass, and the window hardware, will bring you peace of mind for as long as you own your home. The warranty can be upgraded to be transferable to the next owner if you desire.
We have several exterior profiles and colors, which enhance the beauty of your home. All styles are available with color-coordinated grids, available in several colors and patterns, and sealed inside the glass for easy cleaning.
Tilt in sashes allow for safe and easy cleaning from inside the home. Vinyl windows open effortlessly, regardless of the temperature or humidity level. A vinyl window frame will not rot, chip, crack or peel, and as a result, never needs painting. The frame can be cleaned easily with soap and water when necessary. Balances never need adjusting, so vinyl windows operate easily for as long as you own your home.
All of our vinyl windows are thoroughly tested for structural and thermal performance, to ensure they hold up under extreme weather conditions. The Coeur d'Alene vinyl windows are also tested and certified to meet AAMA standards for forced entry resistance, for your protection.
Vinyl is a great insulator, superior in its resistance to heat transfer. Our weatherstripping method, standard on our vinyl windows, prohibits the growth of mold and mildew. It also creates a tight seal, maintaining the efficiency of the vinyl windows and effectively eliminating drafts.
Window rebates of $50.00 per window up to $750.00 per fully insulated home when upgrading your windows to energy-efficient replacement windows with a U-factor of .30 or better.
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