Windows

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.



Lutron Serena Remote-Controlled Shades

Lutron Serena Remote-Controlled Shades

Products
May 06, 2012

These battery-operated shades from Lutron can be adjusted manually via remote control or programmed to different settings.

Energy efficiency, quality top considerations when specifying windows, say build

Energy efficiency, quality top considerations when specifying windows, say builders

Features
October 22, 2012

As builders look to differentiate their homes, energy efficiency plays an increasingly vital role in new-home construction

Pella's SmartSync technology allows shades or blinds to be controlled by a remot

Pella's SmartSync technology allows shades or blinds to be controlled by a remote control or home automation system.

Products
March 18, 2012

Pella's SmartSync technology allows shades or blinds to be controlled by a remote control or home automation system.

Integrity Wood-Ultrex Windows, expanded line

Integrity Wood-Ultrex Windows

Products
January 03, 2012

Integrity from Marvin Windows and Doors has expanded its Wood-Ultrex window line with special sizes.

Hurd Windows and Doors, H3 double hung window

Hurd H3 double hung window

Products
January 03, 2012

Hurd Windows and Doors' new H3 double hung window is a mid-priced model that includes several innovative features, including a concealed wood jambliner.

Features
August 18, 2011

Each year, the Professional Builder staff teams with the editors of Professional Remodeler to evaluate hundreds of building-industry products introduced during the previous 12 months to come up with our 101 Best. Besides learning about what’s new and cool in residential construction products (like smog-eating roof tile!), the judging process allows us editors to spot trends in design, construction, product technology, and consumer preferences. Here are a few observations from the 2011 competition.

News
July 14, 2011

Wisconsin-based window manufacturer owned by Hurd expanding its footprint

Viwinco, Tilt-n-Lock system, windows, 101 best new products

Viwinco’s patented Tilt-n-Lock system allows users to open, close, and tilt the window with press of the latch, requiring only o

Products
July 04, 2011

Viwinco’s patented Tilt-n-Lock system allows users to open, close, and tilt the window with press of the latch, requiring only one hand to operate.

Hy-Lite, operable awning windows, 101 best new products, windows

Hy-Lite’s acrylic block operable awning windows with E3SunBlock meet Energy Star qualifications for most areas of the country.

Products
July 04, 2011

Hy-Lite’s acrylic block operable awning windows with E3SunBlock meet Energy Star qualifications for most areas of the country.

Milgard, Essence Series windows, windows, 101 best new products

Milgard introduces the Essence Series line of hybrid wood/fiberglass windows and doors.

Products
July 04, 2011

Milgard introduces the Essence Series line of hybrid wood/fiberglass windows and doors.

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