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Sun Windows – Installed in Every Jagoe Home

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Jagoe Homes is proud to install Sun Windows in every home that we build.

Located in Owensboro, Sun Windows, Inc. is the exclusive manufacturer of SunClad™ Wood Windows and Doors and Sun Vinyl Windows. Being locally and family owned and operated, Sun’s history dates back to 1930 when Victor Anderson, Sr. developed a self-storing, wood storm window. In August of 1943 V. E. Anderson Windows and Doors moved to Owensboro, KY from Detroit, occupying the former F. A. Ames building. The first product line produced was the self-storing, wood storm window. Sun has almost 90 years of experience – they know how to build a window!

Sun products are designed to maximize energy-efficiency. The frame and sash materials are designed to combat the harsh effects of the weather so that Sun Windows and Doors will provide protection and energy-efficiency year after year. The insulated glass systems use the latest advances in energy performance technology. This includes new generation Low-E glass, Argon gas filled air spaces, and Duralite™, the most advanced warm-edge insulated glass spacer system available.

Sun products are also designed to prevent air infiltration around the opening sashes and panels when they are closed. This helps prevent energy loss and makes the home more comfortable. Sun products are top quality in the industry, competing with the the major industry brands.

Notable Features with every Sun Window:
  • Family owned with true lifetime warranty
  • Made with “virgin vinyl” – holds over time
  • Four-corner welding – provides a structurally sound window
  • Non-metallic spacer – energy efficient, less conductor of heat
  • Best Argon gas retention
  • Best Low-E glass

The entire Jagoe Homes Sales Team was fortunate enough to tour the Sun Windows factory on May 12th. The team met with John Anderson in Owensboro and was able to see up close and in person how every window is made for every Jagoe Home.

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