25 June 2004
25 June 2004
AMSCO Windows introduced the Renaissance Series Composite Window on June 15 at a news conference at Pacific Coast Builders Conference, in California.
The new composite window combines the aesthetics of wood with the low maintenance of vinyl.
""At AMSCO Windows, we have been innovators in the window industry for more than 50 years. We were the first in our area to launch vinyl windows and now we are the first in our area to launch this new composite window,"" said Steve Sullivan, Director of Marketing at AMSCO Windows.
Renaissance Composite Windows are made with an alloy of four resins and wood fibre that will not warp, peel, rot or absorb water. The exterior of the composite window is an acrylic based alloy with a medium-gloss finish and is co-extruded, which makes it less likely to fade, chip or scratch off like paint. Renaissance Composite windows are available in six colours: White, Almond, Taupe, Sierra, Bronze and Evergreen. Priced approximately 10-15 percent less than wood windows, composite windows provide a high-quality alternative to wood. Renaissance Series Composite Windows offer a lifetime warranty for service and parts and are environmentally friendly. The manufacturing process allows AMSCO to create custom shapes and sizes with a one-week turnaround.
""We believe that the Renaissance Series Composite Windows will revolutionize the window industry. We expect that in a short period of time, composites will gain a market share in the industry that will be as significant as wood and vinyl because of its broad appeal and the solutions it offers to basic problems in the industry, not to mention the price point compared to wood,"" Sullivan said.