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Energy Efficient Windows, Doors, Roofs & Siding

Our experienced installers complete some of the best work in the southeast. You won’t just love your windows you’ll love the installers too!

We provide a large selection of Vinyl Kraft Windows, Siding, Roofing, Gutters, Doors, Decks, and Screen Rooms. Lifetime warranties on many products.


Double-Hung - They allow you to expand the panoramic view and improve the natural lighting of the room
Sliding Doors - Sliding doors for modern interior. Stylish solution for your home.
Single Hung
Picture - A variety of options for designing and decorating your home.
Architectural Shapes - Statues, fountains, figures for the design of the garden – we will embody all your ideas.
Bay & Bow - Design and construction of fountains and water structures.


Woodgrain Doors - However, each door has a number of features and differences.
Smooth Entry Doors - High-quality entrance metal plastic doors must be present in every house whose residents take care of their comfort and safety.
Modern Entry Doors - The sturdy and reliable entrance doors must also be nice.
Garage Doors - Strong and reliable doors withstand up to 25,000 cycles.
Storm Doors - The most reliable doors to protect your home from unsupervised guests.

Why many choose Weather Tamer

Serving Knoxville to Chattanooga & Surrounding States


What are your windows made of?

Standard windows consist of the following:

Standard windows typically consist of several components, including:

1. Frame: The outer structure that holds the window in place, available in materials like vinyl, wood, aluminum, or fiberglass.

2. Sash: The movable part of the window that holds the glass. In single-hung windows, only the bottom sash moves; in double-hung windows, both upper and lower sashes can move.

3. Glass Panes: The sheets of glass that provide transparency and insulation. Double or triple-pane windows are common for improved energy efficiency.

4. Spacer: The material that separates multiple glass panes, often filled with insulating gas (argon or krypton) to enhance energy efficiency.

5. Low-E Coating: A thin, transparent layer on the glass that minimizes heat transfer and helps with energy efficiency.

6. Grilles or Mullions: Decorative elements dividing the window into smaller sections, providing a traditional or customized look.

7. Weather Stripping: Material used to seal gaps and prevent air leakage around the window, enhancing energy efficiency.

8. Casing or Trim: The decorative molding surrounding the window, both inside and outside, providing a finished appearance.

9. Sill: The horizontal base of the window frame, directing water away from the structure.

10. Hardware: Includes locks, handles, and hinges for operational and security purposes.

These components collectively contribute to the window’s performance, aesthetics, and energy efficiency. Specific features may vary based on the type and style of the window, as well as its intended function and location in a building.

How to look after plastic windows?

Caring for vinyl windows is relatively straightforward and can help maintain their appearance and functionality over time. Here are some general tips for caring for vinyl windows:

1. Regular Cleaning:

Clean the frames and glass regularly using a mild solution of soap and water.
Avoid abrasive cleaners or solvents, as they can damage the vinyl surface.
2. Inspect and Clean Tracks:

Check the window tracks for dirt, dust, or debris regularly.
Use a soft brush or vacuum cleaner to remove any particles in the tracks.
3. Lubricate Moving Parts:

Lubricate moving parts, such as hinges and locks, with a silicone-based lubricant to ensure smooth operation.
Wipe away any excess lubricant to prevent attracting dirt.
4. Check Weather Stripping:

Inspect the weather stripping for signs of wear or damage.
Replace any damaged weather stripping to maintain energy efficiency.
5. Avoid Harsh Chemicals:

Do not use harsh chemicals, alcohol, or strong solvents on the vinyl surfaces, as they can cause damage.
6. Handle with Care:

When opening and closing the windows, handle them gently to avoid stressing the frames and mechanisms.
7. Clean Exterior:

If the windows are accessible, clean the exterior periodically to remove dirt, bird droppings, or other debris.
8. Repair Damages Promptly:

Address any damages promptly, such as cracks, chips, or warping, to prevent further deterioration.
9. Professional Inspection:

Consider having a professional window inspection periodically to identify and address any issues before they escalate.
Remember to consult the manufacturer’s care and maintenance guidelines for specific recommendations tailored to your vinyl windows. Following these care tips can help extend the lifespan of your vinyl windows and keep them looking and functioning well for years.

If you have further question, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.



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