Ready for Mother Nature and Lower Energy Bills
Every Aztech custom vinyl window is specially engineered to be highly resilient and dependable. These products are durable, insulative, and carefully assembled based on your home’s unique design to ensure a precise fit. We achieve this by incorporating a resilient uPVC extruded profile, featuring a frame and sash corners that are fusion welded to ensure the strongest possible seal. Along with an innovative multi-chambered frame, you can expect the best in terms of durability, strength, and energy efficiency. These windows will maintain their resilience, precision-engineered shape, and water resistance for many years to come. In addition, all our windows are fully compliant to Canadian and USA manufacturing standards and are CCMC approved.
Vinyl is a material that is affordable yet offers unprecedented durability. Created using a plastic material known as polyvinyl chloride (PVC), it has a higher R-value that equates to improved insulation efficiency. This means your energy bills can be reduced over time through the minimized air conditioner and heater usage, made possible by our use of high-quality materials in addition to weather-resistant engineering.
Customize Your Curb Appeal
Whether you wish to boost your equity or simply enhance the appearance of your home, our custom vinyl windows are designed to perform and look their best. Plus, they are easy to keep clean with maintenance consisting only of soap, water, and old-fashioned elbow grease. These products come in a variety of styles, sizes, and colours to suit every home design imaginable. Whether you are interested in a traditional casement, bow, or another style of window, the Aztech team is happy to accommodate your needs.
IGU – Insulated Glass Unit
All our Performance series windows come standard with 7/8” thick double pane insulated glass units (IGU’s) filled with noble gas Argon and with UV reflective LoĒ2-180® coating inside.
Optional Triple Pane IGU’s are available. Third glass adds another degree of thermal and more importantly sound insulation. The cost of the third pane may be justified in either extreme cold/heat conditions where an additional 2% in energy savings makes a difference or where triple-pane IGU is the only solution that would achieve the necessary level of sound insulation and comfort, e.g. in the proximity of a highway or a railroad.