Energy-Efficient. Sustainably Designed.

Aren't all windows energy efficient these days? This is a basic assumption from most homeowners and even industry veterans. However, we're about to share some important information that we've learned from our many years in the window business and in our quest to be the best window company in the nation....

Infinity from Marvin fiberglass casement windows are some of the most energy efficient windows available to homeowners.
Infinity from Marvin fiberglass casement windows are some of the most energy efficient windows available to homeowners.

Most homeowners never expect that their new home or replacement windows would need replaced again in 10 years. Unfortunately, this is the case with many windows due to the frame materials.

The problem with most windows is their performance degrades over time in harsh climate zones like Georgia. Atlanta receives more annual rainfall than Seattle, and the drastic temperature swings include intense hot and cold seasons, sometimes even during the same day.


The solution: Infinity from Marvin Fiberglass Windows.

Where other replacement windows will need to be replaced again, Infinity fiberglass windows are a decision we only want you to make one. They're the most durable material, protecting your home and family from stuck, leaking, and rotting windows.

In fact, we've installed the rest - that's the reason we only offer Infinity from Marvin fiberglass windows. Infinity windows expand and contract 87% less than vinyl windows and are 5000X less thermally conductive than aluminum. And although wood is a good insulator, they still have the maintenance issues and never fit the same after they've been installed a few years.


Infinity fiberglass windows have a much longer life expectancy so they won't end up in a landfill like vinyl windows (which will stay there forever).

Infinity windows are made from silica sand, which is an abundant natural resource, made in facilities that eliminate more than 95% of VOC's (volatile organic compounds), the glass has 22%-29% recycled content, and they require less embodied energy to produce than vinyl. Also, no trees are cut down to make Infinity windows. Infinity from Marvin fiberglass windows are a sustainable design and an investment that pays you back.

To learn more about our windows and see the difference for yourself, visit our showroom in Roswell or fill out our online form here.