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Professional Builder Product Report: Windows

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Professional Builder Product Report: Windows

Included are the latest window offerings from Milgard, Pella and others


By By Nick Bajzek February 28, 2007
This article first appeared in the PB March 2007 issue of Pro Builder.

 
Milgard Windows

Vinyl replacement options from Milgard Windows include the Mastri series. The line features an argon gas interior with dual-insulated glass and the company's non-metallic Super Spacer technology that separates the panes. The windows also have the company's SunCoat Low-E insulation. On double-hung options, the Mastri series has thicker weather-stripping with a triple interlock frame. Light oak, medium oak and cherry finishes are available.

For FREE information, visit Milgard Windows

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM



Pella Windows and Doors

 
Mahogany, Alder, Douglas fir and Douglas pine are the latest additions to Pella's Architect series. The mahogany is designed to match contemporary cabinets, floors and trim. The Alder is made for rustic décor, and the grain patterns for the Douglas fir and pine options are meant for paints or stains. The Architect series features proprietary shapes and sizes. Custom grille patterns are available.

For FREE information, visit Pella

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM




Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork
 

Designed for coastal or high-wind applications, the K-Force impact-resistant windows from Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork feature a Low-E2 coating to reduce heat gain and a sound-dampening laminate. The windows have no brackets or visible rods, and no extra locks are required. The glass' glaze is rated to withstand hurricane-force winds and flying debris. Casement, awning and double-hung options are offered.

For FREE information, visit Kolbe & Kolbe

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM




Jeld-Wen
 

The Flat Casing Windows for Colonial-style homes feature a 3½-inch trim casing and authentic sill styles for architectural accuracy. The complete collection includes double-hung, awning, casement, fixed, radius and geometric windows. Sliding patio doors are available.

For FREE information, visit Jeld-Wen


BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM



Gorell

 

The Armor Impact Plus (AIP) windows from Gorell pass ASTM Large Missile Impact and Cycling tests up to 129 miles per hour and are approved for "C" level performance. The windows carry a DP-50 rating in accordance with the American Architectural Manufacturers Association's standard for air, water and structural wind load testing. The 5301 picture, 5352 lift-out sliding and the 5121 Dryer Vent window are among other new lines from the company.

For FREE information, visit Gorell

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM



Monarch Windows and Doors

 

The Premier Vinyl windows from Monarch have an integrated tie slot mounting system for fastening the frame to the form. The sashes are removable and weather-stripped. The windows have replaceable sill and head tracks, a cam-style locking system, brass rollers and the company's proprietary track system. Five glazing options include single glaze, insulated glass and laminated glass for lower sound transmission.

For FREE information, visit Monarch

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM




Weather Shield Windows & Doors
 

The Aesthetics casement windows from Weather Shield are available in both aluminum-clad and wood exteriors. The aluminum-clad version has two profiles: colonial and putty glazed. The colonial has rounded accents and the putty glaze features sharper angles. Both offer a simulated divided lite bar made in 7/8-, 1 3/8- and 2-inch profiles.

For FREE information, visit Weather Shield

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM


Velux
 

The latest electrochromatic glass option for skylights from Velux allows homeowners to electronically control the amount of light and heat entering a room. The system uses the company's SageGlass glazing. Made out of multiple layers of ceramic film and measuring only 1/50 of the thickness of a hair, the SageGlass uses a low-voltage DC current that causes the electrochromatic film to darken and uses as much energy as a 40-watt incandescent bulb.

For FREE information, visit Velux

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM



ViWinTech Windows & Doors
 

The 4100R series of replacement windows now features a heat-reflective clay coating and is made with a white interior and tan exterior. The 4100R from ViWinTech has a flat two-toned grid between the panes. The windows have several color, glazing, screen and mullion options and feature the company's Emax Plus high-performance, energy-efficient glass.

For FREE information, visit ViWinTech

BUILDINGPRODUCTS@REEDBUSINESS.COM

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