Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JUL 2019

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Windows Meeting requirements for hurricane season PLY GEM SIMONTON WINDOWS AND DOORS tests and certifies its complete col- lection of StormBreaker Plus windows and doors to meet impact standards for the Florida Building Commission, the Texas Department of Insurance Evaluation for the Texas coast, and select sizes and styles are certified to meet Miami-Dade and Broward County High-Velocity Hurricane Zone specifications. Impact-resistant KeepSafe Maximum glass features a durable interlayer that protects a home from flying debris, is a barrier against forced entry, and filters up to 99 percent of UV rays. Circle 36 on inquiry card Expansion of wood replacement collection JELDWEN meets rising demand for wood replacement windows with additions to its Siteline Collection, the Siteline Pocket and Sash Pack. Able to fit with transitional and contemporary styles and comply with strict historical standards, the series includes sash pack, casement pocket and double-hung pocket windows. Quick-connect stops create a clean appearance after installation is complete, meaning concealed jamb liners and no putty or screw holes. These collection additions come in the same colors and finishes as the original Siteline collection. Circle 41 on inquiry card Install replacement window from exterior Part of its broad portfolio of replacement products, the ANDERSEN 100 Series insert window can be installed from the home's exterior, making for easier installation and less disruption to homeowners. The window series' 3 ¼-in. frame can be retrofit into existing window openings and is available in custom sizing for a weather-tight fit. Engineered with the company's Fibrex compos- ite material, the windows feature a scratch-resistant, thermally bonded finish; clean corners for a refined look that won't rot, flake, blister or chip; and color-matched installation accessories. Circle 37 on inquiry card Wood windows offer style flexibility, performance Available at more than 200 of its showrooms and Lowe's stores nation- wide, the PELLA Lifestyle Series combines the durability and style flexibility of wood with features like interior/exterior color options, ener- gy efficiency and sound control through the company's glass designs. The wood windows and patio doors incorporate innovations like accessi- ble blinds-between-the-glass and shades, Rolscreen retractable screens, and integrated security sensors that pair with the Pella Insynctive App for monitoring. A limited lifetime warranty covers the series. Circle 38 on inquiry card Modern line expansion MARVIN Modern expands with Casement and Awning prod- ucts, joining its Multi-Slide Door and Direct Glaze Window as part of the modular system. The crank-out and push-out Casements are available in sizes up to approximately 3-ft. wide and 9-ft. tall; the crank-out Awning comes in sizes up to 8-ft. wide and tall; while the push-out Awning is available in sizes up to 4-ft. wide and 8-ft. tall.Both offer an optional concealed screen frame with high-transparency mesh and matching interior latch color. Circle 39 on inquiry card Factory-applied standard, custom color options The PROVIA Endure and Aeris window and patio door lines are available in 17 select factory-applied colors. Additionally, any paint color from Sherwin-Williams' color palette or any chosen paint supplier can be selected, too. This painted fin- ish—available for the exterior of the Endure vinyl windows and interior/exterior options for the Aeris line—will have a 15-year warranty, plus a lifetime limited warranty on the window itself. This process results in an additional two-week lead time. Circle 40 on inquiry card PRODUCTS 66 July 2019 QualifiedRemodeler.com

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