Starmark Replacement Windows
The Starmark product line exceeds the market demand and homeowner expectations! In today’s economy, it is essential to conserve energy, only for cost purposes but also for environmental reasons. One of the strongest features of Cellular Composite Material is energy efficiency for your Somerset County. The material insulates substantially better than any other materials used to produce wood, aluminum, and vinyl windows.
Starmark Windows are recognized for their cost effectiveness, low environmental impact, proven performance, and reliability in dry and high moisture and humidity environments.
Cellular composite outperforms wood
- Does not absorb moisture like wood
- Better insulator
- Impervious to rotting
- Resistant to insects
- Hard dent-resistant surface
- High-performance pintable surface
Cellular composite outperforms rigid vinyl
- Higher flexural modulus (stiffness)
- Lower Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE)
- Higher Heat Deflection Temperature (HOT)
- Higher softening point
Starmark by OKNA
For more information on our Starmark replacement windows please download our online Starmark brochure.
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