Vinyl windows can last a long time, typically between 20 to 40 years or more depending on the quality of the vinyl used, the climate they are installed in, and how well they are maintained. Higher quality vinyl windows tend to last longer, and those that are well-maintained can last even longer than the average lifespan.
Proper maintenance can include regular cleaning and lubrication of the window components, as well as ensuring that the window frames are not exposed to excessive moisture or extreme temperatures. Regular inspections for damage or wear can also help extend the life of vinyl windows.
It’s worth noting that the lifespan of vinyl windows can also depend on other factors, such as the quality of installation, the type of glass used, and the frequency of use. In general, however, vinyl windows are a durable and long-lasting option for homeowners.