Why should you choose Simonton windows and doors for your next project?


Throughout the years, Simonton® has developed and perfected innovative, energy-efficient solutions that our customers have come to trust. Today, our legacy of customer loyalty and satisfaction is second to none. Every Simonton window and door is manufactured under our stringent quality-control system. They’re also backed by over 65 years of engineering and innovations ensuring that the windows you put in your next project are durable and hassle-free.


Quality and materials you can stand behind


Every Simonton window and door is crafted to the highest standards in the industry. Each is manufactured under our own stringent quality-control system with the most advanced technology in North America. Our proven dealer network and dedicated customer service team make doing business with Simonton efficient and dependable.


Recognized by Homeowners and Builders


Simonton is proud to have earned our fifth #1 Quality ranking in the 2013 Builder Brand Use Study by Builder Magazine.


Flexible and Fast


Simonton windows can be ordered in custom sizes within a quarter of an inch and with our industry best lead times, many orders can be delivered in a week or less.


Why Choose Vinyl?


Vinyl has become the most used material for windows because of its strength and durability.

  • Durability – Vinyl won’t rot, ensuring many years of worry-free use

  • Efficiency – Vinyl has low thermal conductivity, which minimizes the exchange of heat, resulting in greater efficiency.

  • Low-maintenance – Vinyl doesn’t fade or require refinishing.

  • Affordability – Vinyl is competitively priced and reduces maintenance costs, making it one of the most cost effective window and door materials available

There are a lot of window materials to choose from, such as vinyl, aluminum, and wood. When it comes to windows and doors, vinyl is a superior, all-around excellent choice. Unlike wood, vinyl windows and doors will never rot or require endless repainting. And unlike aluminum, vinyl windows and doors will never pit or flake.

Simonton vinyl windows and doors are made from the highest quality vinyl and require almost no maintenance. In fact, an occasional washing will keep them looking like new for years. They help offer increased comfort and energy efficiency, provide headache-free operation and add value to your home. You can’t get much better than that!

  • Increased Comfort Simonton’s vinyl windows and doors offer excellent thermal performance for year-round comfort and to help lower utility bills.
  • Easy Operation Our windows and doors open and close easily for maximum performance with minimum effort
    Weatherability The premium vinyl used in Simonton windows and doors can stand up to extreme weather conditions year after year.
  • Energy Efficiency Vinyl is an effective insulator. Our vinyl profiles are specially designed to work with advanced glass packages for optimum energy efficiency.
  • Low Maintenance The color of the vinyl is integrated throughout, so frames and sash will never require painting, and they resist pollution, salt spray and dirt
  • Value Not only do Simonton windows and doors help to lower home utility bills, they also add value to your home.

Testing shows that vinyl window and doors are comparable to wood products in thermal efficiency.




When it comes to saving energy and keeping your home more comfortable, the right glass package will accomplish the task. Simonton Windows® offers a variety of optional glass packages that combine the most effective features and advanced designs to achieve truly impressive year-round thermal performance and energy savings. Choose the right glass package for your home and begin to reap the benefits of an ultra energy-efficient window and door.

PLEASE NOTE: Not all features are available on all Simonton series. Please see your Simonton Representative for complete details.


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Low E Coated Glass

Low E coatings reflect infrared light keeping heat inside in the winter and outside in the summer.  It can also reduce fading of carpet, artwork and photos by helping block damaging ultraviolet rays.


Gas Fill

Odorless, colorless non-toxic gases can be placed in the insulating glass unit and provide greater insulation than regular air.

Spacer Systems

A spacer system keeps a window and door’s glass panes the correct distance apart and is designed to reduce heat transfer at the edge of the insulating glass unit.



his is an area where very small details can make a very big difference. Every piece of hardware used for Simonton windows is designed for long-lasting performance. And now you can express the style of your home with Decorum® by Simonton hardware. Choose window and door hardware in distinct metal finishes that can coordinate with your drawer pulls, faucets and lighting. Whether you choose the richness of an oil-rubbed bronze, the sleek look of brushed nickel or the understated simplicity of color-matched hardware, you’re assured of legendary Simonton quality day in and day out.

Cam Locks
Color-matched cam locks are standard on all windows. For an upscale look, optional Decorum hardware can be selected.



Lift Rails/Pull Stiles
Operable windows feature color-coordinated, easy-to-use lift rails (on hung windows) and pull stiles (on slider windows) that are extruded into the sash for maximum durability over time.


Lift Handles
Some series feature color-matched lift handles. The handles are also available in Dark Bronze, Oil-rubbed Bronze, Brushed Nickel and Polished Brass.


Crank Handles
Casement windows feature smoothly operating crank handles, allowing the sash to be open to a full 90 degrees.* Crank handles are color-coordinated for an attractive, uniform appearance, but are also available in distinct metal finishes. Optional folding crank handles (shown left) offer a streamlined appearance with the crank folding down next to the base. Nesting handles provide a clean, sleek look with the crank virtually disappearing into the base.




We’ve combined a variety of color choices and grids in an assortment of styles and patterns so you can find what you need to coordinate with the architecture and decor of your home. Available on select lines, Decorum® by Simonton is a portfolio of unique styling options that allows you to create a look that is distinctively yours. Interior laminates provide the rich warmth of woodgrain in Antique Cherry, Maple or Contemporary Oak, or the crisp, clean simplicity of Pure White. Enhance your home’s curb appeal with exterior coatings in a variety of colors.

Not all colors and patterns are available on all lines, please check for availability. Due to the limitations of the Internet and computer monitors, actual colors may vary. Please consult your sales representative to see a sample of the product before making your final selection.

Colors and Interior Laminates





(interior only, standard white exterior)


Antique Cherry 
(interior only, standard white exterior)

Contemporary Oak 
(interior only, standard white exterior)

Amber Oak* 
(interior only, standard white exterior)

Honey Oak* 
(interior only, standard white exterior)

*Available on select products only. See your Simonton Representative for complete details.

Exterior Colors











NOTE: Exterior colors are not available on driftwood products, the Garden Door or Garden Window. Products with an exterior color are only available with sculptured grids.

Grid Options


Flat White 
(Also available in Tan & Driftwood)

Sculptured White 
(Also available in Tan, Driftwood, Maple, Antique Cherry, Contemporary Oak, Polished Brass, Honey Oak*, Amber Oak*)

*Available on select products only. See your Simonton Representative for complete details.

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There are many different window and door styles and operating types. We have assembled a list of the various window and door styles, with information on how the function.

If you are interested in learning more about the different styles of windows and which operating type would be best for your home, please contact us. 


Double Hung Window
Both sash on Double Hung windows easily lifts
to open fully and tilts inward for easy cleaning.

Single Hung Window
Top sash of the window remains fixed, while bottom sash lifts open and tilts in for easy cleaning.


Double Slider Window
This window has two sash that open and close
by sliding from side to side.

Single Slider Window
One sash is fixed and does not move, while the other sash opens and closes by sliding from side to side.


3-lite Slider Window
This window has a fixed central sash that does not move, while the two sashes on either side open and close by sliding side-to-side. This window is idea for wide openings.


Casement Window
The sash is hinged on one side of the window, and swings open a full 90-degrees* by turning the crank handle at the base.

Colonial Casement Window 
This window operates and provides the same great ventilation as a traditional Casement window but has a decorative meeting rail to give the look of a Double or Single Hung window.


Awning Window
The sash as this window is hinged at the top and open outwards when you turn the crank handle at the base.

Picture Window
Picture windows are fixed and do not open or close.


Geometric Windows
Geometric windows are completely fixed windows that do not open or close, but are available in variety of stylish shapes.

Garden Window
Garden Windows extend outwards from the frame of the house and feature functional Casement sidelites. They are designed to create a brightly sunlit area to showcase plants or collectibles.


Bay Window
Bay windows are created by mulling three windows at either 30- or 45-degree angles that extend outward from the frame of the house.


Bow Window
Bow windows are similar to a Bay Window, but are more rounded in appearance because the 3, 4 or 5 lite windows are mulled at 10-degree angles.


Patio Door
Patio Doors feature broad expanses of glass and easily slide to open and close. Available in 2-, 3- and 4-lite styles.


Garden Door
Garden Doors operate like normal doors–they swing open. Garden Doors can have one fixed door, or both doors can swing in or out.

*Sash on Casements that 17″ or less in width only open to 45 degrees.