Series 8300 windows are backed by a transferable, Limited Lifetime warranty. The glass components feature an optional Lifetime Glass Warranty. Each Series 8300 window is individually registered to expedite parts identification and replacement See warranty for complete details.
Virginia's Window Replacement Specialists
Atrium Window Styles
Nobody offers more options and colors then us. We welcome an opportunity to detail the features and benefits of our lines of Atrium Vinyl replacement windows. Call or email us and we can send you a consultant to assist you in making the best decision for your home and budget! Vinyl is the ideal material for engineering high performance, energy efficient windows for beauty and practicality. No painting, no refinishing and they are a solid seal tight construction to eliminate drafts.
Our thermally fused vinyl frames are engineered to prevent air, water and noise intrusion. Combined with your choice of Low-E glass, our Series 8300 windows will help pay for themselves in lower heating and cooling costs.
Easy Care Beauty
Both sashes on our Series 8300 windows tilt for easy cleaning and maintenance. The high performance frames wipe clean in no time and optional grids come fixed between the glass panes so they never need to be cleaned. Performance tested series 8300 windows feature a rigid-vinyl construction with fusion-welded sashes and frame that deliver exceptional strength for lasting durability.
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Professional Contractors Group
426 Portsmouth Blvd, Portsmouth, VA, United States
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Professional Contractors Group, Inc. has been called upon for major construction throughout eastern Virginia communities. One of our biggest renovations took place when they restored the historic St. Paul Catholic High School in Portsmouth that was built in 1891.