B&G Roofing

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I live in Southern California and just bought a condo. I need my windows replaced. Is there really much of a difference between vinyl and aluminum windows?

Brandon Johnson answered:

Sep 27, 2017
Hello Aleric,This is a great question as we get this all the time. Let's compare the two Design Vinyl windows are more attractive and has more options for finishes, but they are thicker than aluminum. ... read more
What are the best energy efficient blinds or window treatments for very large windows?
Nov 11, 2016
Hi Charles. Allen Construction has a two part answer to your question: 1) In terms of energy efficiency, you will get the best protection from solar heat gain by putting a shade on the outside of the ... read more

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