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Marvin’s Ultimate Multi-Slide Door is featured in Professional Remodeler’s story about large doors for homes.

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2015-07-20 11_23_06-The Scenic Route _ Pro Remodeler

“Dealers are currently enjoying a healthy market for residential windows and doors, and at least one industry watcher expects the trend to continue for a few years. The Freedonia Group, a leading international business research company, is forecasting demand to rise 6.9% per year through 2018, assuming a strong general economy.

Should Freedonia’s projections prove accurate, manufacturers will have incentive to introduce more new window and door products. To find out what styles they’ll be focused on, we asked leading door and window manufacturers about their strongest sales trends and how they plan to adjust their lines.”

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2015-07-06 14_14_37-ProSales Magazine _ ProSales Online

WARROAD, Minn. – With the introduction of the award-winning Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung, Marvin Windows and Doors has reimagined a timeless classic. Now, to celebrate, the company is putting a new spin on a classic rock song – and awarding 10 lucky industry professionals a VIP trip to see The Who, live in concert.

Marvin has launched “A New Spin On a Classic,” a multi-faceted campaign featuring a partnership with the up-and-coming pop-rock band, The Highfields, who collaborated with Marvin to put a new spin on the classic rock song, “I Can See for Miles.”

In an all-new music video, The Highfields talk about how they were able to make the song their own, without abandoning the features that made it such an iconic song in the first place. The band draws correlations between their process and that of Marvin, which reinvented the iconic double-hung window with their recent introduction of the Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung. You can view the all-new video and hear the song here.

A New Spin On a Classic also features a contest that will award 10 builders, remodelers or architects a VIP trip, complete with an exclusive tour of Marvin’s facilities in Warroad, Minnesota, and the opportunity to see The Who – who wrote “I Can See for Miles” – live in concert. The trip will take place October 9 and 10 and includes travel, hotels and meals. Industry professionals have until August 31 to enter, and they can learn more and enter the contest here.

“The greatest artists – whether they are window designers or musicians – must continue to evolve, while staying true to the key elements that made the original versions so powerful,” said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. “The same is true about the introduction of our Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung, which updates a timeless classic, adding modern technology and features while maintaining everything that made homeowners fall in love with the double hung in the first place.”

The Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung, which was awarded “Best Window and Door Product” at the 2015 International Builders’ Show, is now available nationwide. Among its many updates to the classic double-hung style, the Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung features state-of-the-art technology, including an automatic locking system and a special Vent Mode, as well as innovative hardware that allows the bottom and top sashes to tilt in for easy washing.

Visit Marvin.com to learn more and to locate your nearest 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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Marvin’s history of innovation and beauty was part of Artful Living’s Summer 2015 issue.

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2015-06-29 10_08_42-Summer 2015 Issue - Artful Living Magazine

Marvin Windows and Doors is featured in This Old House as an American-made company that has been in business for over a century.

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2015-06-29 10_06_04-Magazine _ This Old House

“It’s been about six months since the Energy Star Version 6.0 (V6) window requirements for most parts of the country went into effect. And while the new standards boost efficiency, they also increase unit prices. So how is this shaking out in the remodeling and replacement window markets?”

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2015-06-22 10_38_46-Professional Remodeler June 2015

Marvin’s Bi-Fold Doors are featured as part of a case study about indoor-outdoor living.

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2015-06-22 10_25_33-Qualified Remodeler Magazine - MAY 2015

“The Indus School Consumer Education class has been emailing employees of Marvin Windows through a mentoring program offered by BestPrep, a company that brings together business and education communities, and the Minnesota Workforce Center.”

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2015-05-20 09_13_30-Indus students take part in e-mentoring _ Education _ ifallsjournal.com

Qualified Remodeler featured Susan Marvin in an article featuring thoughts from industry leaders on the future of the building and remodeling industry.

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2015-05-20 09_07_21-Qualified Remodeler Magazine - MAR 2015

“Fine Homebuilding’s best traditional home of 2015 is a stone farmhouse built in 1776 and carefully restored by architect Jeffrey Dolan to adapt to the needs of a modern family without losing its centuries-old charm. By stripping away layers of inappropriate remodeling, the architect and a team of craftsmen involved in the project were able to discover and eventually re-create the home’s interior and exterior with historically accurate details gleaned from the local vernacular and carefully researched archival information.”

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2015-05-19 14_57_13-Best Traditional Home 2015_ A Colonial Resurrection - Fine Homebuilding

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