All buyers want to live comfortably, whether they're feeling cramped in a current home or are looking for more space in their investment.
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.
Our research found that energy efficiency is the top factor for window selection; brand is king for doors
Marvin Windows and Doors is accepting submissions through May 1 for its annual Architects Challenge.
Tuscany vinyl windows from Milgard are built to meet or exceed Energy Star requirements in all climates. The windows come in two standard and seven premium exterior finishes.
Ultra-efficient Energy Star Version 6.0 windows are rolling out, but are homebuyers willing to pay higher prices?
Series 1200 Tilt and Turn Windows Skyline Windows
Skyline Windows released an ADA-compliant crank operated tilt and turn window with incremental control.
Ply Gem Windows Mira Premium Impact Series bi-parting patio door
Ply Gem Windows Mira Premium Impact Series now features a bi-parting patio door, which includes impact-rated glass for select coastal applications.
LaCantina Doors Servery Wndow
With a growing demand for an indoor/outdoor kitchen experience, LaCantina Doors developed a functioning pass through kitchen window called the Servery Window.
Kolbe VistaLuxe Collection 90-degree corner direct set window
After seeing an increase in customer demand for 90-degree window units, Kolbe expanded the VistaLuxe Collection to include one.
Hy-Lite Bath-Lite Series Storm-Lite Window
Hy-Lite expanded its Bath-Lite Series to include a low-cost hurricane impact decorative glass privacy product.