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Marvin Windows and Doors was named to Ocean Home magazine’s 2016 Platinum List for the second consecutive year. The magazine notes that the list was “nominated by thousands of readers and industry peers, and selected by our panel of expert lifestyle editors and tastemakers” and the chosen brands “are the essence of stylish and sophisticated ocean home design.”
Qualified Remodeler magazine details the latest in door trends in the magazine’s July issue, including expert trend information from Marvin group product planning manager Kris Hanson. He notes that today “we find 8-ft. to 9-ft. doors becoming increasingly common, and scenic doors – such as the Marvin Ultimate Multi-Slide and Marvin Ultimate Lift and Slide doors – are beginning to take the place of standard sliding and swinging doors.”
Read more at QualifiedRemodeler.com.
Custom Builder magazine highlights the new Sliding Door Automatic Control (SDAC) functionality now available on the Marvin Ultimate Multi-Slide Door in the July issue. Read more at CustomBuilderOnline.com.
Director of Sales Tim Kasten sits down with LowCountry Live on ABC News4 in Charleston, South Carolina to discuss high performance Marvin Windows and Doors, and the unique challenges of coastal properties.
See more at ABCNews4.com.
Contemporary architecture and design often calls for large, energy-efficient windows with uninterrupted expanses of glass. To meet this need, Marvin Windows and Doors has added larger sizes to its Contemporary Casements and Awnings, Ultimate Casements and Awnings, and Ultimate Replacement Casements and Awnings.
Read more at ProBuilder.com.
Designer Suzanne Kasler and architect Les Cole Transform a Compound on the Coast of Maine with a Spirit Both Modern and Timeless
In the living room, a Raoul Textiles print curtains, French doors by Marvin Windows and Doors; the Hickory Chair sectional sofa is clad in a Kravet fabric, the cocktail table and kilim-covered bench are from Wisteria, and the rug is by Mary McDonald for Patterson Flynn Martin. (Photo: William Waldron)
Read more at ArchitecturalDigest.com.
Building professionals from across the U.S. select Integrity as the leader in every fiberglass window category
FARGO, N.D. – July 20, 2016 – Integrity® Windows and Doors was selected as the best window brand across all fiberglass categories by BUILDER magazine in the publication’s 2016 Brand Use Survey.
The BUILDER Brand Use Survey gives recognition across four categories. Integrity was the top choice in all, as named by building professionals across the country. Survey respondents chose Integrity as their top fiberglass window brand in the following categories: quality, brand used most, brand familiarity, and brand used in the past two years.
“Since our founding 20 years ago, Integrity has led the fiberglass window industry,” said Kris Hanson, senior group product manager for Integrity Windows and Doors. “We’ve built our reputation on tough, yet beautiful windows that offer uncompromising quality and strength. Builders love these things about Integrity, as well as the fact that we can provide a top-notch window with a 10-day delivery. We’re truly honored to hear that builders have such great trust in Integrity that they have given us these accolades.”
Integrity’s fiberglass windows are made with Ultrex® – a state-of-the-art pultruded fiberglass that is eight times stronger than vinyl, three times stronger than wood/vinyl composites and as strong as steel. Integrity offers an All Ultrex fiberglass line of products, as well as a Wood-Ultrex line that combines an authentic wood interior with a virtually indestructible fiberglass exterior. Integrity has a complete line of door and window products, including insert products and IMPACT zone 3 offerings.
The toughness of Integrity’s Ultrex is legendary, making it quite possibly the perfect building material. It beautifully resists rotting, warping, fading and chipping. Additionally, Ultrex is currently the first and only finish to have achieved 624-10 verification from the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA). Integrity’s finish allows it to be available in darker colors, such as Ebony, while offering superior color retention.
For more information about the BUILDER Brand Use Survey, visit BuilderOnline.com.
WARROAD, Minn. – July 12, 2016 – Determined by popular vote, Marvin® Windows and Doors announces the winner of its Architects Challenge Showdown competition: a residence by architect Malcolm Wildeboer of Vandenberg & Wildeboer Architects in Ottawa, Ontario. The project, Wedge House, was chosen by thousands of public votes over four weeks of voting.
Wildeboer’s project was also awarded top prize in the juried round of the 2016 competition, receiving the Best In Show title in May at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention in Philadelphia.
In his challenge submission, Wildeboer shared that the Wedge House is beautifully situated, with a quarter-mile approach that winds through a towering stand of century pines to a scenic shoreline. The 4,000-square-foot vacation home embraces a comfortable balance between shelter and exposure on the edge of the Ottawa River.
“The entire east façade – a glazed screen of soaring Marvin windows – evokes a bold yet delicate transparency, like a giant tent screen opening toward the rising sun,” said Wildeboer.
As the Showdown winner, Wildeboer will receive a trip to the 2016 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, held from October 5 to 6 in Los Angeles.
To view all of the 2016 Marvin Architects Challenge winning projects, visit Marvin.com/ArchitectsChallenge.
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. Visit Marvin.com to learn more.