Established by Owner and President Steve Abramson in 1985, Pace Windows is a leader in the production of vinyl replacement windows in New York City. They pride themselves in providing energy-efficient windows, as well as introducing a couple of innovative ideas like the tilt-and-turn windows and Window Screen Alarm system.
The company’s head location is presently in Rochester, but it has other offices in Greece, Syracuse, and Buffalo. Pace Windows won the Better Business Bureau Torch Award in 2008, and the following year, Pace Energy was founded. The company has been in the business for more than twenty-five years.
Pace Windows categorizes its window products into three: Pace Navigator Windows provides functionality and energy efficiency; Platinum Vinyl Windows provides aesthetic beauty and authenticity; and Soft-Lite Windows provides irresistible vibrance and designs. All these windows are Energy Star-rated and are custom fabricated in the millwork and not the lumberyard. Also, they are only installed by certified master installers and are confident to last for many years.
Pace Windows has an array of high-end window products:
- Pace Double Hung Windows
- Pace Casement Windows
- Pace Slider Windows
- Pace Picture Windows
- Pace Awning Windows
- Pace Bay and Bow Windows
- Pace Bainbridge Windows
- Pace Garden Windows
Pace windows are a symbol of functionality, durability and efficiency. Not only that they are beautiful to the eyes, but the very sight of them can make every morning bright. The construction of these windows is one of the strongest in the industry, since the windows are fusion welded and multi-chambered. These windows received one of the lowest grades in air infiltration and the highest ones in insulation. New York homes that experience harsh winters are definitely comfortable and protected with Pace windows.
One distinguishing quality in these windows is that they have more glass space compared to other window brands. The frames are made slimmer so that they can accommodate an additional twenty percent of glass, allowing homeowners to see and enjoy the outside more. These windows also utilize the company’s patented technology for weatherstripping called Aller-Guard, which provides a triple seal for the windows. Air, water, moisture, sound, and dust can never penetrate through the windows all day, all year round. Pace windows also effectively reduce utility expenses, since they are made with insulating glass that prevents heat loss up to eighty percent. In tandem with double panes of gas-filled low emissivity glass, these windows are one of the best when it comes to saving energy.
Pace Windows is not scarce when it comes to giving consumers options for customizing their windows. Colonial, prairie, diamond, and perimeter are the four available grid patterns, while flat and sculptured are the grid styles. Optional colors are white and tan, but sizes are custom-measured. Consumers can also select the type of glass for their windows depending on the performance they require: insulated double strength glass; fourth surface maximum efficiency glass; double strength dual pane glass; and exclusive Low E coating glass. Screens can be half-screen or full-screen, while the gas filling can be argon or krypton.
Pace Windows helps consumers take care of their windows by giving care and maintenance tips on their site. When it comes to warranty, the company has a unique For As Long As You Own Your Home lifetime warranty, which is also subject to some exclusion.