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2018 Window & Door Trends: Expansive Views, Designer-Focused Options and Affordable Luxury

By Brandon Budimlija, ‎Associate Product Manager

In 2018, there are three major trends emerging in the fenestration market: expansive views, designer-focused options, and affordable luxury.

Weather Shield offers additional insight on these trends along with product innovations that continue to meet the needs of architects, homebuilders, and homeowners.

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Window and Door Design for Storm Protection

By Jeff Kibler, ‎Architectural / Commercial Manager
House with Premium Coastal windows

Of the 10 most destructive hurricanes in the history of the United States, eight occurred in the past 13 years causing $338 billion in total damage. 

In a Weather Shield AIA course titled “Window and Door Design for Storm Protection” (CES Course 200104), we explore wind-related building code changes and products that help protect buildings. Please read on for course highlights.
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Inspecting Your Windows After an Extreme Weather Event: What You Need to Know

By: Bethany Marcott, Continuous Improvement Specialist


Your windows and doors are designed to protect you from the elements, however, sometimes nature takes an aggressive approach and exceeds the ratings that your windows and doors were built to withstand.  These extreme weather events can damage your windows and doors.  After an extreme weather event has moved through your area, you should inspect your windows and doors for damage that may have occurred.
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Sleek Black Interiors — Now Available in Latex and Poly

 

Black interiors make a powerful statement that is both stylish and refined. Increasingly popular in the modern design movement, darker tones can create a dramatic visual accent and set a unique tone.
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Selecting the Proper Glass for the Appropriate Application

By Jeff Kibler, ‎Architectural / Commercial Manager
 

Thanks to modern technologies, we ask more of window and door glass than ever. We want glass that’s transparent and can block the flow of heat and cold between the indoors and outdoors, block sound and resist impact from storms and intruders.
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