Vinyl Extrusions

Vinyl Extrusions

Pure Virgin Vinyl

Windows made from Virgin Vinyl will outlast windows made from cheaper PVC blends that include recycled products.

Not all Vinyl Windows are the same when it comes to the quality of their vinyl compound. Sun Vinyl products use “Virgin Vinyl” in a precise powder compound formulation, as opposed to a pellet compound that typically contains regrind products.

Our vinyl compound contains the highest level of TiO2 (titanium dioxide) in the industry, which is what gives Sun Vinyl products superior UV resistance and weathering characteristics.

Sun’s Virgin Vinyl produces superior structural component extrusions formed with lower heat and less stress on the material, making them less brittle over time and giving you a longer product life.


Heavy Wall Thickness & Multi-Chambered Extrusion Designs

Sun Vinyl extrusions have a heavier wall thickness, as well as multi-chambered designs, including a double-walled glazing lip, that contains more vinyl material than many of our competitors. This helps Sun vinyl windows be stronger and more durable than thinner, cheaper windows. Sashes also have an integral lift rail and interlocking sash rails.


Welded Corners

All Sun Vinyl products feature fusion-welded frames and sash corners. This minimizes air and water penetration at all constructed joints while providing a stronger, more durable window than one that is mechanically fastened. All operating windows incorporate weather seals at the sash seams to guard against water and air leakage when the window is closed and latched.


Integral J-Channel

Our Series 57 vinyl windows feature a built-in J-channel on the exterior frame. This adds dimensionality to the visual profile of the window and is a functional solution for integrating with an exterior siding.


Vinyl Colors

The vinyl compound used to form our vinyl extrusions contains pigment that gives them their color. This means you never need to paint your windows. Series 57 windows are available in white or sand.