Ply Gem 200 Series
200 Series Vinyl Windows by Ply Gem
Keep natural light in your home with perfect-fit, custom sized replacement windows that maintain your wide, open glass area.
Strong, extended frame design results in a remarkably robust window that can withstand harsh weather.
The 200 series offers energy-efficient glass packages that can be tailored for where you live to help lower heating and cooling costs and keep your home comfortable during any season.
A complete vinyl window series that offers the right energy efficiency and design options for your home and the way you live.
A choice of three stylish base colors makes it easy to complement your home’s color palette.
Optimize the comfort, tranquility, security, energy efficiency and fade-resistance for every of your home with the high-performing glass options available in the 200 series.
- Glue Chip Obscure
- Narrow Reed
- Satin Etch
Window grilles are a wonderful way to further articulate your home’s style. Choose from easy-to-clean grilles between the glass or simulated divided lites that provide the traditional look of individual glass panes.
- Perimeter Prairie
- Three over One
- Three over Three
- Two over One
- Two over Two
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you repair my windows?
Yes we do window repair. We can replace the double pane unit with a new one that carries a lifetime warranty for the homeowner.
Please note: Both panes have to be replaced as unit comes sealed from the factory. Once the seal is broken moisture will get in between the panes.
Do you do inspections of windows for failed units for the sale of our home?
We can do a walk through and look at your windows, however failed units dry up during the day and there is no guarantee on any failed units we do not see during our walk through.
We are not inspectors and can not be held responsible for the inspection process. There is a fee involved in doing a walk through of your home. Call us for more details 253-863-2297.
What caused condensation, moisture or mold on my window?
If moisture or condensation occurs between the glass, this is due to a seal failure. The only option is to replace the glass.
If moisture or mold occur on the inside of your window this is due to poor or lack of circulation in the room – a suggestion is to leave the door open or open your drapes or blinds.