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WARROAD, Minn. –  Marvin® Windows and Doors’ integrated Interior Shades have received the 2014 Crystal Achievement Award in the “Most Innovative Window Component Category” by Window & Door Magazine.

Chosen by three panels of judges representing a cross-section of the window and door industry, Marvin’s Interior Shades are setting a new standard within the industry, and are the only shade of its kind on the market today. Among the features that set Marvin’s Interior Shades apart include the fact that it fits seamlessly into Marvin window and door units with no measuring required, offers the versatility of opening from either the top or the bottom, gives the precision of virtually complete light control, and provides the beauty of sleek lines and fully concealed cords.

“The 2014 Crystal Achievement Award winners are a great example of the creative and solutions-oriented nature of the window and door industry, which continues to evolve to meet stringent energy codes, satisfy discriminating homeowners, and educate demanding customers,” says Jenni Chase, Editorial Director of Window & Door.

Marvin’s integrated system fits on a range of Marvin windows as well as swinging and sliding doors, or can be retrofitted to existing Marvin windows and swinging doors.

On windows and swinging doors, the integrated shade operates from both the top down and the bottom up, allowing the user to position it anywhere – a feature not offered by other window and door manufacturers. On sliding doors, Marvin’s shades move with the door – another industry first. No longer does the user have to open the shades to operate the door.

Unlike between-the-glass offerings, Marvin’s solution is compatible with all glazing types, including gas-filled and surface-coated glazings. And Marvin interior shades can be used with simulated divided lites with spacer bars – offering greater design flexibility and superior performance.

Other features of this revolutionary new offering include:

  • Fully concealed mechanisms and hidden cord systems for superior aesthetics
  • Available in either blackout or light-filtering fabric for choice in privacy and light control
  • Offered in a palette of 15 colors to match virtually any décor
  • Shade surrounds can be ordered prefinished with choice of Marvin’s factory-applied interior finishes
  • Shade material is anti-static, liquid repellant, dust and soil resistant, and carries a 10-year warranty
  • Precise fit for the ultimate in light and privacy control — virtually no light bleed along the edges of the surround
  • Integrated design means shade doesn’t protrude into living area
  • On sliding doors, shade stack is completely hidden when retracted

“We are very proud of this true industry first,” said Christine Marvin, director of marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors.  “This solution brings form and function to interior shading for windows and doors that is unlike anything else and has received tremendous response from all audiences.  We are thrilled that Window & Door has also recognized this product option as the most innovative in its class.”

The Crystal Achievement Awards will appear in the September issue of Window & Door Magazine: http://windowanddoor.com/article/september-2014/and-winner.

To learn more and see Marvin’s integrated Interior Shades in person, visit www.marvin.com to find a local dealer.

About Marvin Windows and Doors
Marvin Windows and Doors brings its Built around you® philosophy to life with every customer and every solution.  A premier manufacturer of made-to-order wood and clad wood windows and doors, Marvin offers the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options to fit the diverse needs of builders and match the personalities of homeowners.  Marvin’s tradition of delivering the finest craftsmanship in windows and doors began in Warroad, Minn., a small town just six miles from the Canadian border, where the privately-held, family-owned and operated company is still headquartered today.

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11 architects honored in sixth annual architectural competition

Marvin Windows and Doors has announced the winners of their sixth annual Architects Challenge. Featuring an array of homes across North America with numerous architectural styles, all projects are designed by architects and feature windows and doors from Marvin.  Winners were chosen by a panel of architectural experts: Donald W. Powers, AIA, LEED AP, CNU of Union Studio Architecture & Community Design; Adele Chang, AIA of Lim Chang Rohling & Associates, Inc. and Stephen Muse, FAIA of Muse Architects.

Architects Challenge juried winners will participate in an AIA tour of Minneapolis and spend time at Marvin’s headquarters in Warroad, Minn. for a tour of the factory.

This year’s winning projects are:

  • BEST IN SHOW: Shingle-Style Sanctuary (Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.) by Patrick Ahearn of Patrick Ahearn Architect LLC: The project is a new construction of a family compound consisting of two new houses and associated site development along South Beach. Due to the topography of the nearby dunes, the living spaces of the main and guest houses were located on the second floor in order to gain the panoramic views of the ocean and extended coastline beyond. The challenge was to create a shingle-style island vernacular architecture that did not reflect the upside-down nature of the primary living space.
  • Berkshire Farmhouse (Upstate New York) by Michael Waters, AIA of LDa Architecture & Interiors: This single-family residential estate in Upstate New York includes a farmhouse-inspired residence along with a timber-framed barn and attached greenhouse adjacent to an enclosed garden area and surrounded by an orchard.
  • Golden View Residence (Anchorage, Alaska) by Steven Bull of Workshop AD: This project involved the redesign and completion of a partially constructed house on the Upper Hillside in Anchorage, Alaska.
  • Harbert Residence (Harbert, Mich.) by Celeste Robbins of Robbins Architecture Inc.: This single-family vacation home on the Michigan shoreline accomplished the balance of large, glass window walls with the quaint beach aesthetic found on the neighboring dunes.
  • Oceanfront Cottage (Coastal Maine) by Russ Tyson of Whitten Architects: This home adapts to its immediate surroundings and responds to views, while keeping solar orientation in mind.
  • Nashville Residence (Nashville, Tenn.) by Blaine Bonadies of Bonadies Architect: Situated atop an old Civil War battle site, this new residence was conceived for a couple with southern values and a rock-and-roll attitude. 
  • Boxwood House (Greenwich, Conn.) by Mahdad Saniee of Saniee Architects LLC: This house utilizes best available strategies to be environmentally responsible, including proper orientation for best natural lighting and super insulation for energy efficiency.
  • Gatineau Hills (Cantley, QC) by Christopher Simmonds of Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc.: This project’s natural house design embraces its earthy surroundings, while opening the door to a contemporary aesthetic.
  • Arvida Lane Residence (Coral Gables, Fla.) by Portuondo Perotti Architects: This single-family residential successfully pays respect to the architecture of the Mediterranean and Renaissance Italian styles with the use of courtyards and a high level of detailing.
  • Jennifer and Billy Frist Hall at Currey Ingram Academy (Nashville, Tenn.) by Michael Ward of Allart Ward Architects: Frist Hall draws from Arts and Crafts style as well as a more refined collegiate style, with natural, warm materials chosen to meet the dual needs of being a functional learning place with a residential feel.

Patrick Ahearn, the architect who designed this year’s Best in Show winning project said, “Winning the Marvin Architects Challenge was a wonderful opportunity to showcase our firm’s work and celebrate the meaning of architectural inspiration.  It is especially significant to be recognized for the function and beauty of our timeless design aesthetic and our unique story-driven approach.  With each and every project, we strive to make our clients’ dream homes a reality and this recognition has elevated this notion.”

This year’s Architects Challenge also featured a Showdown winner. Chosen via public vote, Lian Eoyang’s (VIF Studio) Summer Cottage in Massachusetts was the Showdown winner. Her project, along the Boston Harbor, features hand-cut fieldstone, creating a natural structural extension of the rocky shore. This two-story home features raised ceilings and full-length windows, creating beautiful 180-degree panoramas of the harbor and skyline. As the Showdown winner, Eoyang will receive a trip to the 2014 Reinvention Symposium in Washington, D.C.

“As a celebration of the best in architectural design, this year’s Architects Challenge was a great success,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. “We saw hundreds of beautifully designed projects that demonstrated a wide range of architectural styles, breathtaking incorporation of product and daylighting, and attention to detail.  This year’s winners, and all of the 2014 entries, brought to life that Marvin’s handcrafted products and solutions can truly help bring any design vision to life, and we are pleased to recognize these talented architects and the gorgeous homes and buildings they designed.”

For more information and to view images of the winning projects, visit www.marvin.com/ArchitectsChallenge.

About Marvin Windows and Doors

Marvin Windows and Doors brings its Built Around You® philosophy to life with every customer and every solution.  A premier manufacturer of made-to-order wood and clad wood windows and doors, Marvin offers the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options to fit the diverse needs of builders and match the personalities of homeowners.  Marvin’s tradition of delivering the finest craftsmanship in windows and doors began in Warroad, Minn., a small town just six miles from the Canadian border, where the privately-held, family-owned and operated company is still headquartered today.

Company’s unparalleled design flexibility allows for ultra energy efficiency and the capability to accommodate larger sizes

Marvin Windows and Doors will be at the national AIA Convention in Chicago, June 26 to 28, 2014, to display their wide range of products and capabilities. As a made-to-order window and door company, Marvin is beloved by architects for their ability to work with any kind of project regardless of size, architectural style or energy efficiency needs.

On display at this year’s AIA show, Marvin will showcase the company’s latest innovation—Passive Building solutions. A great option for architects seeking a handcrafted in America passive solution from a trusted name and reliable company, Marvin’s innovative passive solutions combine the beauty of warm wood interiors with exceptional performance, all backed by a century-old heritage of quality and service. A key consideration in passive design, windows recognized by the Passive House Institute U.S. (PHIUS) need to meet rigorous standards for ultra energy efficiency. Marvin uses its highly knowledgeable Signature Services team to work with architects to create a Passive Building plan with windows from the Ultimate Casement, Ultimate Awning or Direct Glaze products

Since Marvin’s products are handcrafted in America, they offer architects a shorter lead time than the European manufacturers who were previously the only choice for passive windows.

Another industry-first product that can be used as a complement to Marvin’s passive windows, automated exterior shades are fully integrated, fully retractable and fully concealed.  Unlike current exterior shading systems, Marvin’s new patent-pending shading solution uses no bulky add-ons and can be programmed to automatically provide exactly the right amount of light or shading 24 hours a day. The smart technology allows architects to spec a product that can give a precise shading position for optimal energy management, privacy, and mood.

Marvin will also be showcasing its vast contemporary design capabilities. As the leader in providing high-quality products and services for every window and door need, Marvin has once again upped the ante when it comes to contemporary design. With the launch of six new offerings to its contemporary line, Marvin has the minimalist look leveraging warm wood interiors that will bring a fresh, modern look to any home.

“Architects are incredibly influential and visionary,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing. “They are some of the most in-the-know people in the industry when it comes to design trends and creative solutions to meet their customer’s needs, so serving their needs is a major focus for us. AIA is a wonderful opportunity for us to connect one-on-one with architects to not only show our products, but also have conversations about what projects they are working on where Marvin can be a solution.”

Marvin Windows and Doors will be in booth 1031 at the AIA Convention. The convention will be held at McCormick Place at 2301 S. Martin Luther King Dr. in Chicago.

About Marvin Windows and Doors
Marvin Windows and Doors brings its Built Around You® philosophy to life with every customer and every solution.  A premier manufacturer of made-to-order wood and clad wood windows and doors, Marvin offers the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options to fit the diverse needs of builders and match the personalities of homeowners.  Marvin’s tradition of delivering the finest craftsmanship in windows and doors began in Warroad, Minn., a small town just six miles from the Canadian border, where the privately-held, family-owned and operated company is still headquartered today.

Award given to Minnesota companies who exemplify ethical conduct in business

Marvin Windows and Doors has been named a winner in the 2014 Minnesota Business Ethics Award (MBEA).  Marvin received this honor for exemplifying high standards of ethical conduct in the workplace, the marketplace and the community.

Now in its fifteenth year, the MBEA honors Minnesota businesses that act in an ethical manner in regards to their business practices. Eligible businesses must be nominated, and provide comprehensive information about their ethics plan, as well as specific examples of how they have put their ethics plan into action.

Marvin was nominated and won in the large company category (more than 500 employees), for its sustained commitment to the community, employees and stakeholders. One judge commented that at Marvin, “it is apparent that values are baked into the business model. They stand behind what they do and are a company that walks the talk.”

A maker of premier window and door products, the company is in its fourth generation of family ownership, headquartered in Warroad, Minn., with factories across the United States. Marvin received the MBEA at the May 14 Awards luncheon at the Nicollet Island Pavilion in Minneapolis.

Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing, accepted the award on behalf of Marvin and commented: “Doing the right thing no matter what is foundational to a business such as ours—it is at the core of everything we do—and it has helped guide our company through the good times and helped us navigate through some of the tougher times.  It is the mantra that is lived out by each and every employee of Marvin at every level of the organization. It can be seen in every decision that we make as a company.”

“Minnesota enjoys a national reputation for its high ethical business culture, which is one reason companies enjoy doing business here,” says Dyanne Ross-Hanson, Co-Chair of MBEA. “Each year, MBEA judges review a number of worthy entries for the Minnesota Business Ethics Award.  Marvin’s entry this year proved a compelling example of a Minnesota based company committed to its employees, customers, shareholders and community in today’s fast paced environment.”

To learn more about the Minnesota Business Ethics Awards, visit www.mnethicsaward.org.

About Marvin Windows and Doors
Marvin Windows and Doors brings its Built Around You® philosophy to life with every customer and every solution.  A premier manufacturer of made-to-order wood and clad wood windows and doors, Marvin offers the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options to fit the diverse needs of builders and match the personalities of homeowners.  Marvin’s tradition of delivering the finest craftsmanship in windows and doors began in Warroad, Minn., a small town just six miles from the Canadian border, where the privately-held, family-owned and operated company is still headquartered today.

New offerings include windows, doors, finishes and integrated shades

Expansive windows, natural light and clean lines. For cutting-edge architects and homeowners, contemporary design isn’t a trend – it’s a passion. As the leader in providing high-quality products and services for every window and door need, Marvin has once again upped the ante when it comes to contemporary design. With the launch of six new offerings to its contemporary line, Marvin has the minimalist look leveraging warm wood interiors that will bring a fresh, modern look to any home.

“We are always listening to our customers’ needs and have continued to see a big uptick in contemporary projects in the marketplace,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing for Marvin Windows and Doors.  “Marvin is committed to providing solutions that offer large expansive glass, design flexibility and performance which is why we’ve created a whole new suite of products and options that bring the modern look to life with superior performance.”

Marvin’s new contemporary offerings include:

  • The 90-Degree Corner Window, a dramatic focal point that brings rooms alive with a panoramic view. The 90-Degree Corner Unit is a window designed to be noticed.
  • The new, contemporary Ultimate Swinging French Door, now available with narrower stiles and rails. Result: less wood, more glass – bringing more natural light into the room and dramatically increasing the view.
  • Marvin is also introducing a new selection of hardware options. With a clean, simple design, square handle and minimalist lever, the new handle set perfectly complements the contemporary Ultimate Swinging Door and Bi-fold Door.
  • Pearlescent Finishes in Bright Silver and Copper. These stunning colors offer aesthetics similar to anodized aluminum, with superior performance and its AAMA 2605-certified finish. These finishes are also backed by a 20 year warranty against chalking and fading.
  • Marvin’s Interior Shades are setting a new standard by offering the industry’s first fully integrated shade system.  Marvin’s Interior Shades fit seamlessly into a Marvin window or door unit, have the versatility of opening from either the top or the bottom and provide homeowners with the beauty of sleek lines and fully concealed cords—outdoing the competition when it comes to functionality, design and performance.
  • Marvin’s new OXXO Glider is a perfect fit for contemporary applications and allows for even more flexibility in overall design. This beautiful window is also a great solution for situations where the homeowner is looking for a pass-through application between spaces, such as the kitchen and an entertaining space outside.

“Our new contemporary products feature strong, clean lines, and with larger glass areas on the windows and doors, more natural light can pass through the space,” said Marvin. “This introduction is another stunning example of Marvin’s Built Around You® promise.”

These new products round out the company’s already robust portfolio of contemporary offerings. From Marvin’s Ultimate Casement and Venting Picture Window, to its direct glaze windows with large expanses of glass or its Scenic Door options, Marvin is the leader in providing homeowners with an endless selection of products that fit a contemporary aesthetic.

Visit www.marvin.com to view the new contemporary products, along with Marvin’s virtually endless selection of beautiful, high-performance windows and doors.

Bright Silver and Copper Meet AAMA 2605-11 Certification

For durability, strength and beauty, Marvin Windows and Doors’ extruded aluminum cladding has long been known as the gold standard. Now Marvin is adding two new pearlescent color options to its clad color selection: Bright Silver and Copper.

The two new additions to the color portfolio satisfy a more modern aesthetic and can contribute to a stunning exterior look without compromising performance.

These pearlescent colors incorporate mica and offer similar aesthetics to anodized aluminum, meaning while they might have the appearance of metal, they offer enhanced performance attributes. Marvin uses aluminum cladding that meets the highest AAMA 2605 standard on all our clad products. An extruded aluminum substrate with an extremely tough surface coating results in significantly superior surfaces on all of Marvin products’ major clad components – frame, sash, casing and divided lites. This standard requires a 1.2 mil. finish coating, which Marvin applies over extruded aluminum (about as thick as a quarter), as opposed to roll-form aluminum, whose thickness is that of a soda can. Marvin’s AAMA 2605 certification offers a 20-year warranty against chalking.

“Marvin is committed to bring solutions to our customers that offer design flexibility and performance,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. “The demand for more contemporary finishes inspired us to incorporate these latest finishes into our standard clad color palette. These two new pearlescent finishes allow us the opportunity to offer more modern options to our customers that will meet their specific design needs backed by the quality and performance they expect from Marvin.”

Complete warranty information is available at www.marvin.com/warranty.

OXXO Ultimate Glider’s large size, sliding operation makes it a perfect fit for contemporary applications

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Ever since it hit the market in 2011, Marvin’s Ultimate Glider has been known for its ability to give a contemporary look to even the tightest of spaces. Now Marvin has re-engineered the window for even more design flexibility with the new OXXO configuration for the Ultimate Glider.

“O” refers to non-operating panels and “X” refers to operating panels. Fixed sash on either side of the unit flank the two-center sash, which slide to each side for an unobstructed opening. The OXXO Ultimate Glider features:

  • A concealed multi-point lock, so it doesn’t distract from the window’s clean lines and beauty
  • An auto-lock system that allows the window to lock automatically when the window is closed, offering peace of mind
  • A handle set placed low on the window, making the OXXO Ultimate Glider ideal for universal design applications
  • The ability to remove the sashes for easy cleaning

“The Ultimate Glider works in any number of applications,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. “It’s a perfect solution for not only contemporary design but for situations where the homeowner is looking for a pass-through application between the kitchen and an entertaining space outside.”

The OXXO Ultimate Glider is available in sizes of 14’ wide by 6’ tall. Like all Marvin products, it is proudly handcrafted in the America.

The OXXO Glider is available through Marvin Signature Services.

Industry-first advancements include revolutionary hardware, operation and design

Marvin’s Ultimate Double Hung has long been one of the company’s most demanded windows. Beloved by builders, architects and homeowners alike, the Ultimate Double Hung has been a standout of the Marvin product line.

Now, Marvin Windows and Doors is proud to introduce the Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung, featuring never-before-seen hardware, operation, performance and design. It’s a traditional-looking window that’s anything but traditional, combining state-of-the-art technology with Marvin’s legendary craftsmanship.

The Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung is the first and only window that does not rely on a traditional lock and keeper. In its place is an innovative keeperless hardware system, which elegantly combines the traditional double hung look with intuitive operation, modern convenience and added peace of mind. All aspects of the window’s operation are controlled with a single piece of hardware. This revolutionary hardware system allows users of the Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung to effortlessly and intuitively perform a variety of functions:

  • Locking and unlocking: With a flick of the sweep, the bottom and top sashes can both be opened to let in air. The hardware is designed to give a positive “click” when the window has been locked, for extra peace of mind. When one sash is open, the other sash can be locked, a feature that no other double hung window on the market can offer.
  • Venting: When users want fresh air, but don’t want to open the window all the way, the Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung delivers with Vent Mode. After raising the bottom sash of the window, the user simply slides the sweep to the locked position. The sash can then be raised to four inches of clearance, where it will stop with a “click.” Vent Mode is a great solution for added security with ventilation.
  • Washing: The Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung’s hardware allows the bottom and top sashes to tilt in for easy washing. To wash, simply press the button on top of the sweep and pull the sash inward to clean the exterior from inside.

The window’s multi-point locking system locks directly into the jamb to help prevent draftiness and improve structural performance. Result: a more air-tight window that provides greater energy efficiency and comfort.

The design of the Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung is stunning in its attention to detail, fit and finish. The entire interior of the window is wood. Weatherstripping is minimized so that nothing mars the beauty of Marvin’s warm wood interior – and with three weatherstripping colors to choose from, there is a seamless blend.

The Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung also features a narrower checkrail. At only 1 15/16”, the checkrail follows traditional window proportions, making it ideal for historic renovations as well as new construction.

But beauty and ease of operation are only the beginning. The Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung performs to industry-leading standards, with a DP50 rating on the most popular sizes.

“The Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung is the result of listening to the customer and crafting a window that not only meets what the customer asked for, but delivers more,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. “The double hung is an iconic product used in architecture for centuries. Our challenge was to deliver a product that
stays true to its heritage but brings enhanced functionality, performance and innovation for a better user experience.

“And like all of our products, the Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung is handcrafted in America and backed by the quality, craftsmanship and reputation of our fourth generation family business,” Marvin said.

Contemporary Door Panel’s narrower stiles and rails let the light shine in

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Marvin Windows and Doors continues its commitment to modern design with the introduction of the new Contemporary Door Option for Ultimate Swinging French Doors. Available in late spring, 2014, this stunning door gives architects, builders and homeowners the choice of having Marvin’s industry-leading Ultimate Swinging French Door with a bold new look.

“Homeowners and trade professionals have loved Marvin’s Ultimate Swinging French Door for its fit and finish, performance and quality,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. “We are introducing a new variation with a new Contemporary Door Panel selection that truly exemplifies Marvin’s expertise with design flexibility. For those who want a modern look, this new design option is an ideal solution and will allow even more daylight to enter the home.”

The Contemporary Door Panel Option features 4 ¾” stiles and rails. These narrower stiles and rails capture the contemporary aesthetic by allowing the glass to take center stage. With more glass exposed, the Contemporary Door Option lets light stream into a room. A square glazing bead option provides a sleek, modern look.

To complement the new look, Marvin is offering a new contemporary handle set. The hardware has a clean design highlighted by a square escutcheon and simple, elegant lever.

The Contemporary Door Option can be rounded out with another new offering: Pearlescent Finishes. The two newest clad colors offer all the shine and sizzle of a modern finish. Marvin has long-offered an extruded aluminum cladding exterior and coating that meets the highest AAMA 2605 standard on all clad products. Bright Silver and Copper offerings are the latest selections that meet the standard and are backed by a 20-year finish warranty.

Contact a Marvin dealer for more information.

A character-adding design element

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Contemporary design demands a bold look. The latest 90-Degree Corner Window from Marvin® is eye-catching, daring and has all the quality that Marvin has honed over the course of a century. An ideal product selection for applications where a panoramic view is desired, the 90-Degree Corner Unit is a window designed to command attention.

The 90-Degree Corner Unit can be used as a single unit for a dramatic look. With only a 2 11/16” mulling, the window offers a look of mostly glass. Architects can easily spec the 90-Degree Corner Unit with other Direct Glaze windows to create a wall of matching, narrow sightlines or select it as a dramatic focal point in a home. The 90-Degree Corner Unit can be ordered as symmetrical or asymmetrical based on the width to height ratio to help achieve the design vision.

“This window is a stunning example of Marvin’s Built Around You® promise,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. “The 90-Degree Corner Unit is an inspiring architectural element for new construction or for a remodel. It maximizes daylight and provides expansive views. If you want to have as much of a view outside as possible, this window style can help achieve that design objective.”

The 90-Degree Corner Unit offers a standard Low E II glass, with other ultra energy efficient glazing options available. Handcrafted in America, the window offers a blend of design, energy efficiency and performance.

The 90-Degree Corner Unit is available through Marvin Signature Services.

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