Quality Components

The best windows begin with the highest quality materials, which is why we source our raw glass and vinyl components from the world’s leaders in modern glass technologies.

Every Window Factory window and door has been assembled by us in Southern California to ensure that the aesthetics and functionality of the final product exceed the expectations of our customers.
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Lifetime Protection

The Window Factory is extremely confident in the construction and durability of every window and door that leaves our shop, which is why we’re proud to stand behind our products with a comprehensive lifetime warranty against defects including warping, uneven fading or interior moisture damage. An investment in replacement windows or doors from the Window Factory is an investment that will more than pay for itself over the lifetime of your home.

Innovation

The Window Factory experts are passionate about staying up to speed on the latest industry innovations in manufacturing and installation. From the use of argon gas to improve insulation to the selection of next-generation warm-edge spacers to improve thermal performance, every product we sell has been designed using the latest technology to ensure the investment in your home withstands the test of time.

Benefits of low-e glass:

Installing energy efficient windows with low-emission (low-e) glass helps our customers to reduce the amount of ultraviolet (UV) light and radiation entering their home. By keeping the warm air out in the summer and the cool air out in winter, properly installed low-e glass can reduce your overall energy bills by up to a third.

Low-e glass contains a coating of microscopically thin, virtually invisible metallic oxide layers applied on the window surface. A protective, transparent coating ensures long lasting durability and aides in the suppression of unwanted noise from the street or jets flying overhead.

Not only does low-emission (low-e) glass help to keep the warm air out in the summer and cold air out in the winter, it provides protection for your artwork, furniture and drapes to prevent against sun damage and premature fading.