Windows & Doors
The tripane boasts a U-value of 0.18 and a solar heat gain coefficient of 0.349; the quad glazing version features a 0.19 U-value and 0.349 SHGC.
Kolbe will be exhibiting at the International Builders Show in booth #C2608.
Customizable windows prove key as sizes trend upward, colors get darker, privacy persists, and energy-efficiency technology advances.
This closed-cell product is resistant to moisture and insects as well as rotting, warping, cracking, peeling, crumbling, and deterioration.
Features include seven exterior colors, three woodgrain options, and four premium hardware finish options.
This glass satisfies building code requirements where any point of the skylight is 12 feet above the floor.
The DuraFuse finishing system features P3 Fusion that allows for a 10-year finish warranty. The doors can be ordered in widths and heights in 1/8-inch increments.
The $4 million mark is an exciting milestone for Window World, covering more than two full days of operating costs for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
According to press release, more than 1,000,000 windows sold, attests to Window World's longstanding commitment to its promise of "Superior Products, Professionally Installed, at a Guaranteed Low Price."
Marvin’s Clad Direct Glaze Polygon meets PHIUS certification in several zones.
Tax credits still shuttering progress toward rebound.
Homeowners opting for replacement windows that address energy efficiency, inclement weather, and universal design
Effective selling strategies take precedence in post window-rebate period
The AuraLast Wood can accommodate numerous existing frame sill slopes, divided lite profiles, and glass packages, including Energy Star-rated models.
The shades can be programmed to change settings at specific times or conditions for the perfect amount of light at all times.
The solar panel also drives two LED nightlights for extra illumination in the evening.
No wiring is required to install the skylight, which also features an integrated rain sensor that automatically closes the skylight in the event of inclement weather.
Within the pyramidal options, homeowners can choose from: straight eave double pitch, ridge mounted, pyramid, hip end, straight eave lean-to, and single slope.
Aluminum bars are placed within the thermal break to isolate the slow heat flow and low-E foil is used on each side to reflect heat back out.