The purchase of new windows and doors is something most people do only once or twice in a lifetime, and with the rapid advancement in fenestration technology, it can get more than a little confusing. To help get you started in the right direction, Superior has prepared a set of clear, concise answers to many of the most commonly asked questions.
As you investigate your options, you’ll likely hear conflicting information about different brands and styles of windows and doors. Superior Windows and Doors is a member and supporter of several organizations that provide objective, independent information on windows and doors. We’ve supplied a series of links to help you explore them.
Child Fall Safety
While windows can help save lives in the event of fire or other catastrophe requiring emergency egress or ventilation, and open window can also represent a hazard to small, inquisitive children. At Superior Windows and Doors, the safe use and enjoyment of our windows and doors is a top priority.
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To help you navigate through the esoteric, and sometimes redundant, language of the window and door business, we’ve prepared a detailed glossary of terms common to our industry.
Stucco is the predominant exterior fascia material in most of the Southwest, and replacing windows and doors set in this material can present some unique and costly challenges. Superior offers some truly innovative solutions to ease window and door replacement in these conditions.
New Construction / Room Additions
New construction or room addition projects come with their own set of unique challenges, and require windows and doors specially suited to the task. Superior has you covered with windows and doors designed specifically for new construction applications in both vinyl and aluminum frames.