What do you know about Beechworth Windows? Probably not too much. It is a fairly new product line. But being the sister company of James Hardie it’s gotta be pretty good right? We’ve been installing their products and couldn’t be happier with the results. If you are still on the fence keep reading and find out why Beechworth is the superior window product.
All Beechworth products are American made. The Wisconsin based plant is entirely owned by James Hardie Building Products. Their research and development is in Naperville, just a quick hop and a jump from our Arlington Heights showroom. Another cool feature is their mobile studio. If you are interested in some Beechworth Windows one of our sales representatives can schedule an appointment with the mobile studio and you can view all of what they have to offer without leaving your home. Just give us a call at 847-357-9607!
All Beechworth windows are made in 1/4 inch increments insuring that all windows are fit to your home. The interior of these windows are wood, that means that they can be stained or painted whatever color needed to match the interior of your home. They also come in a variety of finishes. With a fiberglass exterior these windows makes for optimal weather proofing. Fiberglass exterior has the strength of steel and 38% more useful life than vinyl windows.
The pre-finished fiberglass comes in several colors and were developed to match James Hardie siding. No matter the color you choose there will be a Hardie siding and trim combo to match! Check out one of our satisfied customers testimonials about their Hardie Beechworth combo.
So many Options
Double hung, casement, awning, which one do you choose! The double hung window is the most popular type of window. The bottom sash recesses into the window frame. This creates a thicker barrier between the inside from the outside. Beechworth casement windows have one of the best air infiltration ratings on the market. Beechworth’s window components are made of stainless steel for rust resistance and long term usage. Awning windows are similar to the casement window except they open from the bottom instead of the top. These types of windows are best for kitchens and hard to reach areas.