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Now Offering Beechworth Windows

Monday, September 21 2015 4:23 PM
By 360 Administrator

In an effort to continually bring our customers the best products available, Precision Windows and Doors is proud to add Beechworth Windows to our lineup. A division of James Hardie Industries, maker of James Hardie fiber-cement siding, Beechworth products are known for their quality, durability and energy performance.


Unlike many other window manufacturers, Beechworth distributes only fiberglass products. They focus on making it easy for consumers to get quality replacement windows that look great and save energy. All products are made in the USA and meet Energy Star guidelines. The custom windows are available in styles including casement, double-hung, picture, slider and awning. You can choose options such as premium finishes and hardware, removable grills, and glass packages that increase energy efficiency.

You can paint or stain the pine interior side of the frames, and the fiberglass exterior side can be coordinated with James Hardie Siding colors or you can paint it to your color preference. The exterior finish doesn’t fade, crack or peeling, and there’s no “plastic” look. Beechworth windows resist warping, cracking, rotting, deterioration, mold, sagging and sticking.


Beechworth Windows were developed with the expertise gained from James Hardie Industries’ 125 years of experience, as well as continual research and development. Beechworth products are 15 times as strong as vinyl window frames, and have 12 times less movement. Compared to aluminum clad frames, Beechworth windows have twice the strength and 5 times less movement. In addition, Beechworth makes windows that offer more insulation and less thermal movement than competing products.

If you’re looking for replacement windows or new siding for your Kansas City-area home, contact your authorized Beechworth Windows and James Hardie Siding dealer, Precision Windows and Doors. Call 816-524-8999 in Missouri, or 913-649-1199 in Kansas.

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