Top Trends: What are the Best Double Hung Windows
By: Architectural Visions
If you are thinking of adding or replacing double hung windows, here are three brands that are ahead of the trend in style, features, energy efficiency and innovation.
Marvin double hung windows come from a company that’s been in the business for over 100 years. Known as the window brand that’s best in class, the Marvin brand is synonymous durability, beauty and efficiency. All three of these qualities come from the engineers who design these windows, the skilled craftsman who make them in the US and the vast experience the company draws upon to keep improving their windows.
Because they are made to order, you can choose the model and features that are perfect for your home. Insert windows that replace existing windows with little disruption, full frame windows, ideal for more deteriorated conditions, and even unique types such as the Magnum double hung, for very large openings, engineered to be easy to open in spite of its size. In addition, these made to order windows fit extremely well, ensuring they’ll provide excellent energy efficiency. Marvin double hung windows are made from fine wood, for a traditional, craftsman-like fit and finish.
Integrity windows, also made by Marvin, are a high tech marvel. They are made from Ultrex, a fiberglass material that by far outperforms and outlasts vinyl, aluminum and other common window materials. Integrity windows are made of all fiberglass, inside and out, or can be purchased with a genuine wood interior. Thanks to the superior strength of Ultrex, these windows can have a narrower frame and larger glass area, giving you amazing views.
Infinity from Marvin is a type of replacement double hung. Infinity is made to order, also ensuring that amazing fit and finish, but they are also made from Ultrex fiberglass. Again, they have the exceptional performance qualities of durability and energy efficiency, and with a lifetime warranty, they provide peace of mind. For a seamless experience, Infinity windows are installed by factory-trained window specialists.