Products

  • Windows
    Designed to be the most energy efficient option Great Lakes Window offers, ecoSmart windows and patio doors offer center of glass U-factors as low as 0.111 (R 9.1) in all product styles, and total unit U-factors as low as 0.14 (R 7.1) in fixed units or 0.16 (R 6.3) in double hung units, the manufacturer reports. These values, achievable with a triple pane, krypton gas-filled glass package option... more »
  • Patio Doors
    The new 390 French rail sliding patio door from MI Windows & Doors offers a rich traditional design with mortise-and-tenon joinery, wide stiles, a tall bottom rail and designer hardware, the supplier states. Also featuring the latest technology to provide performance and durability, the door is constructed with MikronWood components to be more energy efficient than fiberglass, hollow vinyl,... more »
  • Other Products & Services
    Performa ultra high-temperature barcode labels help manufacturers identify individual pieces of glass through every stage of production and distribution. What makes them unique, the supplier notes, is an acrylic adhesive that allows the labels to be removed totally residue-free, even after long-term exposure to high temperature processing. From Pres-On Products, the labels can be placed on... more »
  • Patio Doors
    Instead of the common single- or dual‐point lock found on most sliding patio doors, the SecuraSeal sliding patio door features a dual-sided 76-inch continuous locking system integrated into the door design, the manufacturer states.  From Haddon Windows & Doors, the new door is deisgned to provide increased security for one of the most vulnerable entry points into a home, where common... more »
  • Windows
    I-Frame windows from the Coeur d’Alene Window Co. feature U-values as low as .18 for fixed windows and patio doors and .21 for double-hung and double-slide versions. The standard glass package incorporates Neat low maintenance glass, two low-E glasses, the XL Edge spacer system, argon gas and Preserve protective wrap.  Other window features include auto-locking hardware, clear-view... more »
  • Entry Door Components
    The manufacturer of composite lock blocks has expanded its line with composite bottom rails designed for steel entry doors. From Ayres Engineering, the new door bottom rails use a blend of wood and polyurethane material, including a small percentage of recycled composite decking. The material provides the strength and look to meet the needs of steel door makers and can be extruded in precision... more »