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Mike Lofaro Fri, Aug 23, 2013 @ 10:26 AM < 1 min read

Helpful Information About Replacement Windows

The true test of a replacement window is as simple as AAMA. The American Architectural Manufacturers Association is the Good Housekeeping seal for windows and doors. Independent testing facilities put windows through virtual seasons, again, and again, and again. Since 1936 this organization has put windows through their paces – ensuring quality claims aren’t just a hollow boast.

The AAMA tests all of the latest vinyl replacement windows and only the best get the seal of approval. Windows are tested for air leakage, water penetration, wind pressure, and repeated openings and closings – so you don’t find out the hard way. Only the outstanding performers make the grade.

AAMA technicians not only test windows under simulated weather conditions, they make unannounced visits to manufacturers. These visits allow the AAMA a chance to see the windows they test are good to the core.

Looking for the AAMA mark on windows you are considering can make your choice simple. Installing energy efficient windows will not only improve the appearance of your home, but its value.

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