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27 March 2014

What window styles do you prefer?



If you're considering a window replacement project for your home or building a new home, it's important to know what window styles you prefer. To gain a better understanding of what windows "do" and the benefits they offer, here's a fast look at window styles from the experts at Marvin Windows:

Double Hung: Both sash (top and bottom) operate independently on a double hung window. This allows you to keep the bottom sash closed and open the top sash for ventilation in the home. This is a great style choice if you have young children or pets because it enhances the ability to get fresh air into a room from the top of a window while keeping the bottom sash closed for safety.

Single Hung: Just the bottom sash opens upward on this window and the top sash is inoperable.

Casement: The sash is hinged on the side and the window cranks open a full 90 degrees for maximum ventilation. This is a good option for older homeowners who don't wish to strain their backs with the "push and pull" action of a double hung window.

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Slider: You can have multiple window panels that slide open on a track with a slider window. There's also the option of having a "fixed stationary" panel that doesn't open combined with a window panel that "slides and glides" open. Again, this is a great option for older homeowners since the sliding action of the window is easy on the back and shoulders.

Picture: A picture window does not have the capability of opening at all. It's a fixed unit usually installed to maximize views.

Bay: Bay windows are created by mulling together three windows at either 35 or 45 degree angles. The windows can be a combination of fixed and operable units, or they can all be operable or all be fixed. These focal point windows are oftentimes found in key areas of the home including living rooms, kitchens and master bedrooms.

Bow: Bow windows are more "rounded" in appearance than bay windows. They are generally created by placing windows at 10 degree angles. A bow window can have three, five, seven or nine separate windows mulled together as desired.

Awning: With a crank-out awning window, the sash are hinged on top and the window opens out and upward.

Basement (or Hopper): Similar to an awning window, except that the sash are hinged at the bottom and the window opens from the top out for ventilation.

Geometrics: These fashionable windows are usually fixed units. They come in geometric shapes, such as an octagon, half-round or rectangle, and are often "paired" on top of operable units to add more light and style to the home. They're also used in secluded areas of the home, such as bathrooms, hallways and foyers.

Garden: The unique garden window extends the space outward from the window. Ideal for over a kitchen sink area, this window features functional Casement sidelites and a fixed unit in the center. Shelves allow room for placing plants or other items.



23 March 2014

EverWood® Interior Finish



The look, the warmth, the color

Introducing EverWood, our revolutionary interior wood grain finish that looks, feels, paints and stains like wood, yet is completely low maintenance for years of lasting beauty. Its natural appearance beautifully complements any interior woodwork in your home. Now you can enjoy all the benefits of wood in a superior, low-maintenance replacement window by Infinity from Marvin.



Stain to Match

From maple to mahogany, EverWood lets you match nearly any wood color with ease. Now you can perfectly complement your home's existing woodwork with the beauty and low-maintenance performance of EverWood.

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14 March 2014

Day 1 Denver Home Show



In addition to the celebrity guests, the Denver Home Show presents hundreds of local home improvement and design companies, including the Ask a Designer feature and IKEA demonstrations. Inside the Ask a Designer booth, Home Show guests will have the opportunity to ask an expert about personal home design projects.

The Denver Home Show opens its doors on March 14–16 at the National Western Complex


12 March 2014

Commitment to Sustainability

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From our partner, Marvin Windows:

At Marvin, as a privately held, family owned company, we’re used to taking the long-term view, and we recognize that a serious commitment to sustainable operations is just good business. We are committed to sustainable business practices for the environment and communities in which we serve.

Sustainability is much more than “green” business practices. It includes implementing environmentally friendly manufacturing processes and building sustainable communities in the USA where Marvin products are manufactured.      footprint-marvin-windows



Always striving for improvement, Marvin Windows and Doors has introduced initiatives that rethink our value chain, improve resource productivity while lowering environmental costs and implement green practices that make producing beautiful windows more environmentally friendly, including:

  • Recycling scrap wood materials to produce heat and power for our operations, cutting our manufacturing plants’ demands for energy.
  • Systems implemented in plants to reduce lighting and conserve water.
  • Shipping and trucks managed for minimal environmental impact.   


Building windows and doors the right way – one at a time, made to order – means building windows and doors to last. Our products are designed for durability, so when you put our windows and doors in your home, you know they’re there for the long haul. All Marvin windows and doors are designed for exceptional energy efficiency, performance and thermal efficiency, and built with sustainability in mind.

  • Marvin products feature recycled content in glass, aluminum and other components.
  • Our extruded aluminum components typically contain 30-35% post-consumer recycled aluminum and 40% pre-consumer scrap.
  • Our engineered glass contains 20% pre-consumer recycled content.
  • Marvin products are engineered to create minimal wood scrap.
  • The major components of Marvin products are reusable or recyclable.
  • Marvin offers FSC certified products and SFI certified products.

    Marvin Windows and Doors sources wood material from responsibly managed forests. It is our policy to avoid the use of wood material from trees that have been illegally harvested, harvested in violation of traditional and civil rights, harvested in forests where high conservation values are threatened by management activities, harvested in forests being converted to plantations or non-forest use or from forests in which genetically modified trees are planted. Marvin has implemented and maintains Chain of Custody programs under SFI® and FSC®.


    The environmental goals of the Marvin family of companies are to meet or exceed applicable environmental laws and regulations and to protect our environment. This commitment is fulfilled by incorporating environmental priorities into the design of products, services, and facilities and by minimizing the environmental impact during production of products and manufacturing operations. It is our priority to continually improve in pollution prevention, waste management, and recycling and to educate employees, communities, and customers on responsible environmental practices.


    12 March 2014

    Gravina's Window Warranty


    Infinity Windows Limited Lifetime Warranty


    Infinity windows are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Owner-occupants of single-family dwellings who have purchased their windows and doors through an authorized Infinity retailer are eligible for the Limited Lifetime Warranty. To read the warranty, click the link below.

    Infinity Limited Lifetime Warranty





    In order to validate your Limited Lifetime Warranty on Infinity products, you must register your warranty within 60 days of installation. Please take a moment to register your products with our online warranty registration or call customer service at 1-800-533-6898.


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