An inward opening window that opens in two directions. Turning the handle 90 degrees will allow you to turn the window inward on hinges mounted on the left or right. Turning the handle 180 degrees will allow you to tilt the window inwards on hinges mounted horizontally at the bottom. This is the tightest sealing, warmest window made due to the multitude of locking points that can be located along all four sides (both sides, top, and bottom). It is also commonly called a “European” or “Dual-Action” window. We also provide the proper Cellular and/or Blackout blinds for these windows.
- An inward opening patio door that opens in two directions much like the Tilt/Turn window above. Turning the handle 90 degrees will allow you to turn the window inward on hinges mounted on the left or right. Turning the handle 180 degrees will allow you to tilt the window inwards on hinges mounted horizontally at the bottom. This is the tightest sealing, warmest door made due to the 9-12 locking points that are fixed on the top, bottom, and both sides. This door utilizes Four-Sided (Box Section) framing and can be configured as a single panel Tilt/Turn, a two panel Tilt/Turn-Fixed, or a two panel French (two swinging panels with no post in the middle).
- We make this door by bonding 1/8" pultruded fiberglass skins to a 1 3/4" EPS foam core. This core is then bonded to a fully insulated pultruded fiberglass Box-section perimeter frame. Next, the frame is wrapped with two perimeters of Santoprene rubber weatherstripping (rated to -81F). European hardware that secures a deadbolt and drives 10 locking points that wrap around all four edges (top, bottom, handle side, and hinge side) lock the weatherstripping and frame down tight to the included jamb and threshold. Our jambs are also fully insulated pultruded fiberglass. They are about twice as thick as a standard jamb and are integral to the security and warmth of the door system.
An outward opening crank-operated window with multiple locking points on one vertical edge. This window is hinged on the left or right sides.
An outward opening crank-operated window with dual locks. This window is hinged on the top and swings outwards from the bottom.
An inward opening window with multi-point locks that is hinged at the bottom and tilts from the top. This type of opening window is quite tough and can be made very large. A single panel up to 9ft wide x 5ft tall is no problem.
A fixed window constructed with 4-sided fully insulated fiberglass framing. This window is meant to stand alone or to be paired with Tilt/Turn or Hopper windows or Patio doors
- A fixed window constructed with 3-sided fully insulated fiberglass framing. This window is meant to stand alone or to be paired with Casement or Awning windows.
- A window wall system that is far superior to aluminum window walls due to its insulated fiberglass frames and lower cost. The frame can be structurally reinforced with steel or urethane to suit the application.