New WindowandDoorProducts

August 01, 2007 |

Sliding doors that won't blow away

Simonton Windows' StormBreaker Plus Sliding Impact Vinyl doors have two panes of glass (one tempered, the other impact-resistant laminated) that the company says are strong enough to not require boarding up before a storm. The dual panels also increase the vinyl-framed doors' energy efficiency and reduce noise intrusion. The doors come in two- and three-panel sets in sizes ranging from 5 x 6-8 feet to 12 x 8 feet. All Simonton windows undergo intense impact, pressure cycling, and water filtration tests to ensure durability during inclement weather.

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New options for pultruded fiberglass windows

Integrity's All Ultrex Window series is made entirely of pultruded fiberglass, which is eight times stronger than vinyl, and finished with a thick acrylic. The window series, which resists warping, scratching, and fading, adds double-hung and glider models to its line of single-hung, polygon, and transom units. Available in colors stone white, pebble gray, and bronze. Shipping and jobsite damage to the units is reduced by the addition of a sash lock and keeper that allows the windows to be shipped locked.

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French doors now swing

Marvin's new 2¼-inch French doors are offered in standard 8- and 10-foot-tall styles to accommodate higher ceiling heights. The doors, which can swing in or out, include six-inch stiles and top rail, with an 8 1/8-inch bottom rail. The French doors are available with rectangular or arch tops and with customizable options for interior and exterior wood, including clad-wood in 19 different colors. Standard doors come with Standard Insulated Glass, with the option of Low E II, multipoint locks on active and inactive panels, and door handle sets in eight finishes.

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London hotel uses 'corporate' windows

Going for a contemporary look, designers of London's new Soho Hotel used 159 windows from Crittall Windows' Corporate W20 and Corporate 2000 range. The hotel's ground floor features the Corporate 2000 composite profiles, while the rest of the building has the Corporate W20 with small panes and curved heads. The use of the Corporate profiles maximized the glazing by adding slim sightlines. In addition to the fenestration, Crittall Windows also designed the hotel's steel-framed front entrance doors.

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Custom wood windows add screens

JELD-WEN adds factory-installed screens to its custom wood windows. The Phantom screens are discreetly incorporated within the window frames and are offered with the company's casement, double-hung, and awning window styles. The screens slide into (or out of) place when needed, and come with a wood cover and handle.

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