Massachusetts Window Contractor Now Offers Vinyl Replacement Windows Suitable for the Most Traditional Homes

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United Home Experts now offers the ideal window for a Massachusetts, Rhode Island, or New Hampshire homeowner who doesn't want to lose the beauty and character of their existing stained woodwork and trim. Simonton Generations windows are now available with features such as wood grain interiors, exterior colors, and metal hardware that will fit into traditional New England homes.

Many homeowners with natural stained or urethaned woodwork in their home dread the idea of replacing their windows with white vinyl. Up until recently the only option for replacement windows that match existing woodwork and natural trim were real wood replacement window that would then be stained and urethaned. Although wood replacement windows are beautiful, they can also be expensive and require a lot of maintenance. As of 2010 Simonton now has new window options under the Generations line. These options suit even the most luxurious and traditional homes. This new line of replacement windows feature interior wood grains, 7 exterior colors, and metal hardware finishes such as oil rubbed bronze and brushed nickel. See the available options here: http://www.unitedhomeexperts.com/The-best-vinyl-windows/

United Home Experts is contracted to do work all around Boston, Rhode Island and Southern New Hampshire. There are many traditional neighborhoods and homes where white vinyl replacement windows are just not acceptable. This updated line of Generations Windows gives homeowners beautiful options that will fit in to even the most historical and traditional neighborhoods. Many homeowners in Cambridge, Boston, Brighton, Brookline, Newton, Weston, Arlington, Needham, Milton, and other traditional towns will now be able to have high quality, energy efficient, low maintenance windows with character suitable for their homes.

Energy-efficient windows have been shown to save homeowners hundreds to thousands of dollars on heating and cooling expenses. Now there are energy-efficient window options for all types of traditional New England homes. These windows also qualify for the $1500 Tax Credit that expires this year. Visit our website here for more information: http://www.unitedhomeexperts.com/

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