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Marvin Replacement Windows

You probably have heard of Marvin when it comes to windows. Marvin Windows and Doors manufactures energy-efficient, new construction and replacement windows, from double-hung to specially shaped. They make the windows individually, to order.

What to Expect

You, the buyer, get to customize your windows to your liking. Your options include thousands of standard window shapes and sizes, seven interior wood species, 19 exterior clad colors, endless divided lite patterns, numerous hardware choices, and various insulating and specialty glass options. For example, the company offers a one-and-a-half-inch, triple-glazed window with your choice of glass, Low-E coating, and gas fill.

Marvin Window Types

Window types include bay, bow, casement, awning, double-hung, glider, round top, tilt turn, and polygon. Other unusally shaped windows that they sell are octagons, hexagons, trapezoids, pentoids, and triangles.

The wood selection encompasses pine, douglas fir, cherry, white oak, and the tropical hardwoods, cedro macho and mahogany. The exterior clad color options include French Vanilla, Cobalt Blue, Ebony, Wineberry, Bronze, Pebble Gray, and Sherwood Green. Specialty glass choices include Leaded, Satin Etched, Obscure, Glue Chip, and Rain.

Window Advantages

Built for strength, durability, and resistance to extreme weather conditions, all Marvin windows feature real wood interiors. Their exteriors boast maintenance-free, extruded aluminum cladding that is coated with a paint finish that is designed to last and maintain brightness. Marvin's Clad Ultimate and Wood Ultrex Integrity windows ranked No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in Consumer Report's October 2007 window ratings, which were based on wind and air resistance, durability, and convenience.

In terms of aesthetics, Marvin windows are stylish and attractive, with clean, smooth lines and bead molding around the glass. They are likely to enhance your home, both inside and out. Talk with your contractor about installing Marvin products when you research replacement windows or embark on a new construction project.