The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
Because windows involve both the interior and exterior of the home, installing them can involve a lot of planning. How they look from inside and outside, as well as how the client feels about their privacy, are important considerations. To maximize energy conservation and make the home as comfortable as possible, the right tools and equipment are needed to install and reframe your clients' new windows.
Homes nationwide are potentially subject to high winds, not just hurricane-prone areas
Take a peek at these windows and doors from Clopay, CMI and more
Get some fresh air with these new windows from Integrity by Marvin, Simonton Windows and more.
A plethora of new windows and skylights from Kolbe, Jeld-wen and more for your consideration.
Professional Builder’s annual “Best in Class” survey profiles the products and manufacturers our readers from all over the U.S. use and recommend. Included is data on entry doors, windows, siding and more.
Here are some new products from Jeld-Wen, USG and more.
Today’s active adults span two generations — the Eisenhower and baby boomer, — and they have very different opinions about the homes and communities where they plan to spend their golden years. Getting them to move out of their current homes may be the biggest challenge of all. Housing experts dissect this diverse and rapidly growing market segment.
Included are the latest window offerings from Milgard, Pella and others
Old world classic designs, Low-E4 glass and mahogany are featured in some of the latest window and door products.