There certainly is.
There are two basic types of construction:
Mechanically fastened windows that are screwed together at the corners.
And welded windows, that use a chemical or heat process for joining the corners.
Beware of windows with mitered corners screwed together or chemically welded corners, as they probably won’t perform as well for you.
Our manufacturer, Alside, produces mechanically fastened and heat-welded windows. Our mechanically fastened windows feature a unique overlap corner design for extra strength, while our welded versions utilize state-of-the-art heat welding equipment.
If you’re in the market for replacement windows for your home, give us a call at (513) 821-5095 to ask us any question you’d like or set up an appointment to get a price. If we do visit your home, there will never be any sale pressure or hype, just answers to your questions and the price.