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Quality Windows

In SLC

Welcome to Soniq, your go-to source for superior-quality replacement windows in Salt Lake City. Our windows offer an unparalleled blend of function and style, designed to enhance your home's energy efficiency while adding visual appeal. One of our standout features is our “thermally broken” windows, which reduce thermal transmittance–aka heat escaping or intruding into your home–and ensure a comfortable indoor environment, regardless of the weather outside. 

Our vast selection features a variety of window types, including vinyl and wood windows, and styles such as casement, corner, and radius/arched windows, allowing us to cater to every taste and home design. With robust window frames that fit perfectly into the existing frame and easy opening and closing mechanisms, Soniq windows don’t just offer aesthetics, but durability and ease of use. Whether you're looking for a double-hung window with top, middle, and bottom sections, or unique window jambs, Soniq’s got you covered. 


Choose Soniq for your window replacement needs, and experience the perfect blend of style, quality, and energy efficiency.

Window Styles

Windows come in a wide range of different styles that can complement any home design. Whether you're looking to replace your old windows or install a brand new style for your home, there are plenty of window styles available to choose from. Here are a few of our most popular types of windows and their unique features:

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Casement
Windows

Casement windows are attached to side hinges and open outward like a door. They are a popular choice among homeowners due to their energy efficiency and ease of operation. These windows are hinged on the side, allowing them to open fully, providing maximum ventilation and natural light.

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Double Hung Windows

Double-hung windows have two sashes that can move up and down within the frame. This type of window is a classic design that offers great functionality and versatility. The top and bottom sashes can both be opened, providing excellent ventilation options. They are also easy to clean as both sashes can tilt inwards.

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Corner
Windows

Corner windows are a unique type of window that joins two walls at a 90-degree angle. These windows offer an unobstructed view and add architectural interest to any space. They also allow natural light to enter from two different directions, making the room feel brighter and more spacious.

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Radius/Arched Windows

Radius or arched windows have a curved top that adds an elegant touch to any home. These windows are available in various styles, including full-circle, half-circle, and elliptical shapes. They are often used as accent windows above standard rectangular windows, adding character and charm to the overall design.

Materials Used for Windows

Windows are available in different materials, each with its unique features and benefits. Some common materials used for windows include:

  • Vinyl

  • Wood

  • Aluminum

  • Fiberglass

Each material has its pros and cons, so it's essential to consider all factors such as cost, energy efficiency, maintenance, and durability before making a decision. You can also get in contact with us to ask any questions about window materials!

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Energy Efficiency

When it comes to choosing windows for your home, energy efficiency is an essential factor to consider. A well-crafted window will prevent cool air from escaping your house in the summer and warm air from escaping in the winter, which allows you to run your HVAC system less often. Windows with the ENERGYSTAR label have been tested and certified to meet high energy-efficiency standards. This means they can help reduce your energy consumption and save you money on utility bills.

Window Jambs Made for

Salt Lake City

Window jambs are the vertical sides and head of a window frame. In Salt Lake City, where extreme weather conditions can be a concern, it's crucial to choose thermally broken window jambs that provide better insulation and prevent heat loss. Some popular brands offering thermally broken windows include:

  • Milgard

  • Pella

  • Andersen

  • Marvin

Replacement Windows for Existing Frames

If your window frames are still in good condition, you may only need to replace the windows themselves. This is a more cost-effective option compared to replacing the entire frame and can be easily done with the help of professionals. Replacement windows are custom-made to fit into your existing frame, making installation quick and easy.

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Opening and Closing Options

Different types of windows offer varying opening and closing options, providing flexibility and convenience to homeowners. Some common options include:

  • Top

  • Middle

  • Bottom

  • Side-to-side

 

You can choose the opening and closing option that best suits your needs and the location of the window in your home.

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