The crew was extremely friendly and well mannered. Installation was so clean that we did not even have to do any touch up.
According to Fine Homebuilding Magazine’s SPEC section, less is more with this innovative casement window, introduced this year along with several other unique doors and windows in Marvin’s Contemporary Studio collection. Flush frames with simple square profiles blend perfectly with modern interior and exterior surfaces. and slender sashes leave room for more expansive panes of glass. A new matte black hardware option further accentuates the windows details.
See the article in Fine Homebuilding.
Designed by Lake Geneva Architects and built by Matustik Builders, Inc, this custom classic shingle lake house featured on HomeBunch.com features 6,068 sq./ft. and plenty of inspiration!
The interiors are open and bright thanks to expansive usage of floor-to-ceiling Marvin windows and French doors that bring the beautiful outdoors in.
Read more and see the slideshow on homebunch.com.
In an article titled “The Art of Conservation,” Interiors Magazine profiles a 1754 cottage, now turned home, that was once a hub for midcentury artists in the Hamptons area. The home, among other artwork, features a two-wall mural painted in 1950 by midcentury architect and designer Le Corbusier.
There were many challenges that came along with restoring this home while keeping its history intact, and the article notes that updates for sustainability included “replacing the original hand-blown glass with double-paned Marvin windows designed to mimic the originals.”
Read more in Interiors Magazine.
In an article titled “Through the Looking Glass,” new lifestyle publication New England Living explores considerations for bringing the outdoors in using Marvin’s scenic doors. Local architects weigh in on what to look for and what to think about when selecting a door to best fit your home or your project’s needs, and how to make your door stand out with design accents like darker door sashes and muntons, or offset trim and casing that matches the home’s general paint scheme.
Read more in New England Living.
Many months in the making, This Old House Magazine reveals the completed Arlington House project, with over 50 Marvin windows and doors bringing this Arts & Crafts house back into this century.
See the transformation in This Old House Magazine.
According to Victorian Homes Magazine, the porch is the welcome mat where family members gather after dinner or lunch to relax, and the windows are the eyes of the soul. Long, floor-to-ceiling lengths of glass let sunlight inside and allow those indoors to view the landscape. This article addresses the unique challenges that come with replacing windows in historic homes, including five essential tips for remodeling a Victorian home from Chick McBrien, CSI, CDT and Regional Manager of Architectural for Marvin Windows and doors.
Read more in Victorian Homes.
In a CFO Magazine article titled “Gearing Up for a Manufacturing Revival,” author Russ Banham explores the state of manufacturing today, and how efficiency and productivity enhancements offered to manufacturers by such remarkable technologies as robotics, 3-D printing, and smart factory equipment embedded with semiconductors and sensors is improving the industrial outlook.
Marvin Windows and Doors’ CFO and Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Jim Macaulay, weighs in on what the company is doing to improve productivity, enable better processes and embrace technology to fuel innovation.
Read more in CFO Magazine.
Few have ever asked their real estate agent to seek homes featuring darker kitchens or living rooms with less of a view. The trend in window and scenic door sizes is unquestionably bigger is better.
A leader in this space, according to Vern Yip in his latest Washington Post column, is Minnesota-based Marvin Windows and Doors, whose product line illustrates the array of windows and scenic doors manufacturers are offering in the market place.
Read more about the Marvin Ultimate Multi-Slide Door, the Marvin Clad Ultimate Bi-Fold Door and expansive Marvin Casement and Awning Windows in the Washington Post.
Keeping on trend with the growing number of dark interior finishes and accents and expanding its Contemporary Studio line, Marvin Windows and Doors introduced matte black hardware for its window and door products. The reflection-free matte finish of this new hardware collection allows the lines and form of each pull, crank, lock, door handle and hinge in the collection to stand out in contrast to other elements of the home for owners looking to make a statement.
Read more on BUILDER.com
Industry Magazine features a 3,000 sq. ft Mantoloking, NJ beachfront home that’s customized down to the last detail.
The doors are all custom built. The house features Marvin impact-rated windows and doors, designed to withstand hurricane-force winds and flying debris, offered Jay Harman, owner and founder of Atlantic Architectural Millwork, and a partner on the project. “Marvin windows allow you to work with custom designs and still offer extremely high performance. It’s a brand that really does outperform other manufacturers.”
Read more in Industry Magazine.
Each year, BUILDER Magazine conducts a survey of professional builders to determine the most used and most highly regarded brands in the industry.
Builders and professionals in this year’s study have spoken, naming Marvin Windows and Doors and Integrity Windows and Doors Best in Quality in the 2017 BUILDER Magazine Brand Use Study. Marvin was named the quality leader in the wood/wood-clad window category, and Integrity took home best in quality in the fiberglass window category, along with top marks for brand familiarity, brand used in the past two years, and brand used most.
Read more on BUILDER.com
Program honors industry’s best residential, commercial building projects using Integrity products
FARGO, N.D., April 3, 2017 — Integrity® Windows and Doors has opened the call for entries in its 2017 Red Diamond Achiever (RDA) Award Program, an annual competition designed to honor the exceptional work of industry professionals who use Integrity window and door products in their residential and commercial projects.
Open to qualified candidates through 10 a.m. CST on July 14, 2017, the RDA Award program gives professionals a way to showcase their efforts, earn industry-wide recognition and join a select group of past award recipients. The winners of this year’s competition will receive a VIP trip to the company’s headquarters in Warroad, Minn., a donation to the charity of their choice, public relations support and a winner’s badge to use in their marketing materials.
A nationally recognized panel of industry experts will select up to five Red Diamond Achiever Award winners, based on projects that demonstrate creativity, overcoming construction challenges, architecture, complexity and sustainability. All projects must be complete in order to be considered. The 2017 judging panel includes:
“The Red Diamond Achiever Award represents an opportunity for us to recognize the innovative work being done by the best professionals in the industry,” said Christine Marvin, director of corporate strategy at Marvin. “Each year, I’m inspired by the thoughtful use of Integrity window and door products to solve design and construction challenges and achieve performance goals, without compromising. The talent we see is just the tip of the iceberg, and we’re eager to see what this year’s competition brings.”
Judged awards will be announced in August 2017 on Integrity’s website.
To enter, learn more about the Red Diamond Achiever Awards and see last year’s winning projects, visit IntegrityWindows.com/RedDiamondAchiever.
As featured on e-Architect.com, the design for a renovation and additions to a townhouse in Brooklyn is generated from the idea of fusing the interior space with the outdoor landscape. The home was built with a desire to connect interior and exterior, with Marvin windows used throughout to purposely bring light into the project and frame views.
Read more in e-Architect.
In the windows replacement field, there are prefabricated windows built for direct replacements, and then there are custom dealers who can design almost any kind of window you’d like. To learn more about the latter, Modernize sat down with a Marvin windows dealer in Austin, Texas, to talk energy efficiency, window trends and custom remodels.
Read the full interview on Modernize.
Quarter-sawn oak cabinets with a Stickley vibe are the anchor for this open, multi-zoned kitchen featured in Arts & Crafts Homes Magazine. The new home, built with Marvin Windows and Doors, centers around this main kitchen, also featuring Kennebec white oak cabinets with mission-style black hardware.
Read more about this kitchen in Arts & Crafts.
A 1946 cabin, originally part of a fishing camp modified throughout the years, provided the perfect frame for a Minnesota couple’s ambitious renovation as recently featured in Cabin Living Magazine. From the original studs and foundation, they rebuilt a vacation home, adding a new roof, walls, siding and Integrity Windows from Marvin.
“Remodels are always challenging because you’re taking the original bones of a cabin that was built 50 or 60 years ago and merging it with a new structure,” says Matt Balmer, co-owner of Lands End Development, the company that designed the new floorplan and executed the remodel. “Marrying up an old foundation with a new foundation is hard enough as you ensure the framing is straight, but then you don’t want to lose the charm of the original cabin. It’s a tricky process.”
Read more in Cabin Living.
Marvin Ultimate Casement Windows and Marvin Ultimate Swinging French Doors complete this beautiful ocean-front home, as featured in the Summer 2017 issue of Seaside Style. Read more about the architecture of this room from the article, “Cool Breezes,” below.Cool Breezes
A clean, crisp design is the perfect complement to a room graced with panoramic views.
When you have a room with views as incredible as this one, you want to be sure your décor does nothing to detract from the scenery. Choosing sleek, natural and chic colors, furnishings and accessories is a smart path to take, and one that was chosen by the designers of this space.
“An understated design was chosen to let the stunning views be the focus of the room,” says Fred Wilson with Morgante Wilson Architects, LTD, architecture and interior design firm for this project.
The crisp white walls and ceilings are matched with clean, modern furnishings in earthy tones, creating a subdued and welcoming space for visitors wanting to enjoy the views. The table base, cane chairs, patterned rug and glass sculpture recall the vivid natural wonders just outside. Chic yet durable materials were chosen to withstand the elements and contribute to the room’s overall aesthetic. Pendant lights with translucent drum shades hover close to the ceiling so as not to detract from the views.
All these elements are flooded with natural light from a bank of Marvin single-light casement windows with divided-light transoms above. These windows, covered in simple sheer Roman shades, and a set of French doors beautifully frame water and sky.
“The single-light windows were used to keep the views to the lake unobstructed, the transoms … provide historic detail and styling,” Fred says. “The Marvin picture units are awesome and provide the grand unobstructed views that stop every guest right in their tracks.
Those stunned guests have a carefully crafted place to relax while they gaze at the beautiful surroundings. “The space was designed to provide a cozy space to sit by the fire, listen to waves and enjoy the amazing view,” Fred says.
The Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) installed its new leadership team during the WDMA Spring Meeting and Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C. Members of the 2017-2018 WDMA executive committee include Executive Committee Window Representative Steve Tourek of Marvin Windows and Doors.
Read more at Door & Window Market Magazine.
Marvin introduces new line of windows and doors designed to complement any modern home
In a feature of Marvin Windows and Doors’ latest window and door solutions, Fine Homebuilding notes, “Less is more with this innovative casement window, introduced this year along with several other unique doors and windows in Marvin’s Contemporary Studio collection. Flush frames with simple square profiles blend perfectly with modern interior and exterior surfaces, and slender sashes leave room for more expansive panes of glass.”
Read more at Fine Homebuilding.