It May Be Time to Replace Your Windows: Give New Life to your Home

Published August 23rd, 2017 by Admin

If you feel that your home needs an update or you are considering a home renovation, replacing your windows may be the facelift your home needs to bring it up to date. Windows can add intrigue and style to your home without committing to a complete home renovation.
 

It May Be Time to Replace Your Windows: Increase your Natural Light

Published August 16th, 2017 by Admin

New home renovations have made a push for a focus on natural light. When sunlight can enter your home, it is amazing how much larger and cleaner your home can feel. Some people are ditching the double hung on the rear of their house and placing a patio door while others are installing Bay windows in their living rooms. There are many options to be had.

 

It May Be Time to Replace Your Windows: Energy Efficiency

Published August 9th, 2017 by Admin

Current trends have seen homeowners take a proactive approach to energy efficiency and for good reasons, too. Increasing the efficiency of your home is good for the environment, enhances the quality of life (we’ve all heard “keep the A/C in the house!”), and ultimately, saves money in the long run. 

 

Industry News: Marvin acquires Trustile Doors

Published October 6th, 2016 by Admin

Marvin Windows and Doors Logo

Marvin Windows and Doors, a family owned company located in Warroad, MN, is known for providing high quality fenestration products throughout the industry. They have found a similar foundation in a custom stile and rail door company known as Trustile Doors. This Denver, CO based company is the industry leader in custom interior and exterior doors. It is with great pleasure to announce, Marvin Windows has acquired 100% ownership of Trustile Doors. See Marvin’s release here

http://www.marvin.com/news-media/blog?view=exciting-news-marvin-acquires-trustile-doors&brands=integrity,infinity&blog=1

Industry News: Impact Testing our Products

Published May 22nd, 2015 by Admin

Impact Testing our products!! Interesting Video.

Hurricane Wind Zone 4 (140 MPH)

The missile impact test fires a 9 pound 2″ x 4″ at 50 feet per second at designated spots on the door glass and door slab. The entire unit must remain intact through 9,000 pressure cycles and also pass water-infiltration, structural loading, and forced entry tests.