Thanks to their unusual nylon “insulbar” thermal break (shown in black), AlumaTherm windows have less thermal transfer than PVC windows.
Andersen’s 100 Series products feature window panes containing 12 percent reclaimed glass and the Fibrex composite frame and sash, that contains 40 percent pre-consumer reclaimed wood fiber.
The new 110 Series product features an economical price and energy-saving performance. Made with Fibrex, a composite of sawdust and polymer. the new SmartSun Low-E glass qualifies for tax credits.
Bella Fleur unveils the Paradise Pergola with BellaBlades Solid-Core Architectural Louvres is 100 times the impact strength of glass, according to its maker, Bella Fleur.
Bendheim just rolled out EcoGlass, a new line of textured architectural glass containing 60% recycled material and produced in a highly enviro-sensitive factory.
Duette® Architella® honeycomb shades from Hunter Douglas offer an exclusive, patented honeycomb-within-a-honeycomb design that delivers superior energy-saving benefits and style.
Originally designed for commercial applications, Gerkin Rhino aluminum-framed windows offer superior resistance to air infiltration (.01 for fixed frames, .1 for sliders, as opposed to .3 or .4 ratings for other performing residential windows).
GThurm High-efficiency windows feature Graham Architectural Products’ glass-reinforced polyurethane (G2RP) technology, offering improved dimensional stability, durability, thermal insulation and environmental friendliness over traditional windows.
Available in flat panels, Kalwall’s S-Line skylights are 2 ¾” thick, and come in sizes up to 5’ x 20.’
There’s something awe-inspiring about watching 300-pound glass doors being moved around with no effort whatsoever.
Kolbe introduces ThermaPlus LoE insulating glass is available in Kolbe's Ultra, Heritage, Classic, and Latitude Series product lines, and in the company's impact and laminated glass products.
Kolbe announces the addition of Ultra EP (Energy Performance) casement windows to its Ultra Series product family of energy-efficient, aluminum-clad wood windows.
Loewen triple-insulated, Heat Smart Plus System 3 Windows are manufactured in Canada.
Marvin Ultimate Double Hung windows offer energy efficiency in a larger, Magnum size, designed for commercial, residential and historical applications.
Feel free to use “fixed glass” with the Ventilating Picture Window.
Milgard Ultra Series windows and doors make it easy to offer the level of energy efficiency your project requires.
Milgard Windows & Doors toutsits new glazing, which it offers in its WoodClad Series, fiberglass Ultra, and Tuscany Series replacement line of windows and patio doors.
TUSCANY vinyl replacement windows are another option that fulfills multiple goals at once, allowing light in, adding architectural detail to a home, while also providing significant energy savings.
Owens Corning Innovision windows offer the first fully bonded fiberglass frame and sash in the industry manufactured without mechanical fasteners.
Already one of the best ways to improve wood window durability, Pella’s aluminum cladding also adds an “Enduraclad” resin-based finish.
Pella Corp.'s newest product offering, Precision Fit, helps create a better view, and offers quick installation for window replacement projects.
It’s a powerful window shutter.
Equipped with durable extruded aluminum cladding, HP (Low-E/argon) laminated glass with a PVB inner layer, the Premium Series Impact Window stands strong during the harshest conditions and can even withstand the impact of wind-blown objects.
The ultimate in energy-efficient windows, the SeriousWindows 1125 Series exceeds Energy Star requirements by 300% and is more than three times more efficient than competing brands.
Solatube provides as much light as you would expect from a skylight many times its size.
The NanaWall® is a custom-made large opening glass wall system that is energy efficient, weather resistant and easily opens up to 12’ tall and almost unlimited width.
Lightblock blinds feature an energy efficient aluminum coating on the exterior side that acts as a heat barrier, increasing energy efficiency by up to 20 percent, while also reducing heating and cooling costs due to the better natural climate control of the room.
Glass is getting smart. These skylights can respond to fluctuating sunlight and heat conditions by electronically changing tint.
Weather Shield Fiberglass-clad premium wood windows are among the most energy efficient windows available today.