Posts Categorized: Atlanta Events

The Importance of the Installation Process When Replacing Windows

Just as car mechanics can be experts on the inner workings of cars, window specialists know the ins and outs of these moving, mechanical parts of your home. Window experts can ensure your new windows will work properly and last for decades of worry-free use. Windows made to fit the opening. To get the best…

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Window Replacement in Full Swing at the Idea House

Structural reinforcements, additions, and window replacements move ahead at the Southern Living Magazine Idea House. And in keeping with the painstaking attention to detail, the openings for all the windows are being raised or moved to the perfect spot, and each one replaced with a beautiful new Marvin window, built especially to match the historic…

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Even a 7-Foot Snake Can’t Stop the Idea House Renovation

How many old houses are worthy of moving? In picturesque Senoia, Georgia, historic architecture runs deep, so nothing is too good when it comes to renovating the town’s homes. This year, Southern Living Magazine’s 2012 Idea House gives top treatment to a Senoia farmhouse, complete with relocation and Marvin Windows and Doors. One of the…

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Southern Style: Southern Living Magazine’s Idea House Featuring Marvin Windows

2012 Southern Living Idea House Atlantans have a front row seat to enjoy Southern Living Magazine’s 2012 Idea House. Breaking from tradition, this year’s project is a renovation of a charming farmhouse in Senoia, GA that’s getting pampered and polished into a southern dream home. Complete with wraparound porch surrounded by Marvin windows and accessible…

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4 Points to Look for in Eco-Friendly, Energy Efficienct Windows and Doors

Spring is the greenest time of year, a perfect time to think about energy efficient, green products. Here are 4 points to look for in energy efficient windows and patio doors:  What materials are used in the window frames? Eco-friendly window manufacturers will be able to show you how much recycled material is used and…

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Southern Style: Spotlight on Savannah, Georgia

How will you improve your home in 2012? Warm, welcoming, comfortable, architectural, mystical, or grand? How do you define Southern Style? The upcoming Spring Atlanta Home Show will explore this interesting topic with a special exhibit called Southern Style: Spotlight Savannah. AVI friends Margaret Norcott, interior designer and owner of Milieu Design Group, and Tony…

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Plantation Home Restoration with Marvin Windows

A historic tidewater plantation was given a new life thanks to this extensive restoration. Located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, the project was designed by Muse Architects and was a winner of the myMarvin Architect’s Challenge. Marvin windows used in the project included Ultimate Casement Windows, French Casement Windows, and Ultimate Double Hung Windows.  

Marvin Windows Get Their Own Stage

There are events and then there are spectacles. The Next Cool Thing Event goes beyond spectacle. On February 17 and 18, the Altanta Exposition Center will come to life with singers, dancers, helicopters, tiki bars, and and thousands of other novelties, along with Marvin Windows. As sponsors of the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil…

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It’s A Wonderful Life In One Minnesota Town This Christmas

Some 350 miles north of Minneapolis, MN, in a tiny town called Warroad, the holidays will be warm, even if the chilly climate brings a thick blanket of White Christmas to the 1,781 residents. Marvin Windows and Doors, by far the largest employer in this remote town just six miles from the Canadian border, has…

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Sneak Preview! The Next Cool Event 2012 Goes Southern Gothic

Although details are still Top Secret, we have some insider gossip about The Next Cool Event coming in early 2012. AVI is a proud sponsor of one of only two performing stages to be displayed among scores to TV and film themed sets displayed at the Next Cool Thing Event. Last year this event drew thousands…

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