Massa Exteriors offers windows, vinyl windows, replacement windows, siding and vinyl siding to the St. Louis and surrounding area.
Massa Exteriors is a proud member of the Better Business Bureau with an “A+” rating and has one of the best reputations in Missouri for replacement windows, siding, and windows. We also have one of the highest customer satisfaction ratings in the St. Louis area since becoming a BBB accredited business in 1999.
We are committed to installing only top quality products and materials, in our replacement windows, siding and windows solutions. Our goal is to help make your home more beautiful, comfortable and energy efficient, all while delivering a home remodeling experience that is enjoyable and stress-free.
Beautiful choices, Tremendous value, built in durability, and low maintenance with vinyl siding.
Different siding solutions give you new trim and accent options, more styles and finishes, and a full spectrum of colors help architects, builders and homeowners achieve their ideal exterior style for any type of home in any neighborhood. Any look from historic to contemporary is possible with vinyl siding.
Today’s siding is more than great looking, it’s a great value. It offers the lowest total installed cost, as well as the lowest life cycle cost over the life of a home. Its no-painting, low-maintenance features keep appreciating for years and years.
Vinyl siding never needs paint. Ever. The only maintenance it will need is a simple wash with a soft cloth and garden hose to keep it looking great, a feature today’s strapped-for-time homeowners totally appreciate!
Replacement windows are constructed in much the same way as aluminum or wood windows, but with a chambered vinyl extrusion forming the frame around the glass, providing energy efficiency, durability and low maintenance.
Replacement windows can also be found in such shapes as arches, ellipticals, eyebrows, gothic, trapezoids, rounds and half rounds, octagons, circles, ovals and half-ovals. Some window manufacturers also offer vinyl-clad windows, which are simply wood frames with a top layer of vinyl.
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