Qualified Remodeler Magazine

DEC 2018

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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Windows deliver noise mitigation ZOLA EUROPEAN WINDOWS intro- duces Sanctuary Glass for inclusion in any of its window product lines. Delivering greater acous- tic performance, the glass combines wide asym- metrical spacing between panes, sound-absorb- ing lamination and thick glass panes in differing widths to deliver sound protection, energy performance and visible transmittance. Third- party results from testing the company's Thermo Clad Sanctuary Glass tilt-turn windows, for example, verify that a 44 Sound Transmission Class and 37 Outside Inside Transmission Class are achieved. Circle 27 on inquiry card Smart-home capabilities, voice commands for windows WEATHER SHIELD WINDOWS & DOORS brings smart- home technologies to its window and door products, such as its Awning Windows. A wall-mounted digital control pad can control up to 30 windows; a standard wall switch is also available. Four preset settings can control window sash openings—ranging from closed to fully open. An optional rain sensor can signal to close windows if rain is present. Additionally, window units are voice-command capable and compatible with smart-home assistants like Amazon Alexa. Circle 25 on inquiry card Executing modern design with windows, doors MARVIN Modern provides a system of windows and doors for the execution of modern design projects. Its innovative frame design—using high-density fiberglass on the exterior and an aluminum interior—delivers thermal and structural performance, strength at large sizes and less than 3-in. sightlines. Offered in ebony, bronze, clear anodized/silver, gunmetal and stone white, the finishes can be split on interior/exterior. The line currently features a Multi-Slide Door and Direct Glaze Window with plans for Casement and Awning Window launches in early 2019. Circle 23 on inquiry card Wood window series offers solutions The ANDERSEN 400 Series of windows provide a blend of engi- neering and craftsmanship in a range of size, shape, style and color possibilities. Available product types include double-hung, casement, awning, gliding and picture, as well as specialty windows. In addition, the company offers solutions like Stormwatch protection for coastal areas, Verilock security sensors, and wireless open/closed sensors for peace of mind. Shown is a combination of the 400 Series casement, picture and Flexiframe windows with black interiors. Circle 28 on inquiry card Expanded exterior color options MI WINDOWS AND DOORS adds bronze and black laminates to the exterior options available for its 1620 single-hung and 1630 single-slider product lines. Each color can be ordered with fin, finless and flange frame profiles, and impact and nonimpact configurations for the 1620 and 1630 windows. Available in two- and three-lite configurations, the windows are complemented by two-tone color options for interior grids and SDLs, and each can have a DP-50 option added to enhance coastal area performance. Circle 26 on inquiry card Impact-resistant option for windows, moving glass walls WESTERN WINDOW SYSTEMS announces its Series 7000 family of aluminum moving glass walls and windows will now have an impact-resistant option. Drawing upon PGT Innovations' expertise, this introduction is designed primarily for cold-weather regions along the east coast. An evolution of the company's performance line, products offered with impact resistance include: Series 7600 Multi-Slide Door, Series 7630 Window Wall, Series 7660 Awning Window, Series 7670 Casement Window, Series 7675 Fixed Window and Series 7680 Hopper Window. Circle 24 on inquiry card PRODUCTS 42 December 2018 QR QualifiedRemodeler.com Windows

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