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Gothic Windows

Gothic style windows are first documented in the 12 th century and were popular until the 16 th century, especially in churches, cathedrals, castles, universities, private dwellings for the wealthy, and public spaces

Gothic windows have long been admired and sought after for their ornate beauty and have experienced a resurgence of popularity with architects, home builders, and homeowners alike. Gothic windows today offer the same distinctly elegant look combined with modern window features. Weather Shield’s gothic windows are offered in all-wood and aluminum-clad wood varieties that offer excellent energy efficiency, low-maintenance, and exceptional durability.

Gothic Window Styles

Weather Shield offers two styles of gothic windows customized specifically for your needs.

Weather Shield offers standard gothic windows, seen on the left, and gothic windows with extended legs, seen on the right. Choose our gothic windows if you are looking to add an authentic gothic look to your home, business, church, or institution. Our gothic windows with legs are an excellent selection for those seeking to add a gothic flair with the added benefit of expansive views and an abundance of natural light.

Our gothic windows are offered in several wood grain varieties with dozens of color and finishing selections, giving you thousands of design combinations. We are confident our gothic window selection will meet your design and architectural needs.

Contact us today to learn more about our gothic windows, request samples, or request an estimate!

Gothic Window Installation

If you are looking for gothic windows for your home or business or would like to learn more about our selection, contact us directly , or find a Weather Shield dealer near you! Our window and door dealers are fully trained and provide high-quality installation to complement and enhance our premium window and door selection.

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