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Simonton says its Asure vinyl replacement windows let in more sunlight and less moisture.
Threaded rod and epoxy secure the replacement windows in this historic stone building.
Hurd has added a double-hung unit to its line of H3 windows.
Rather than replacing otherwise solid windows, adding window films can boost energy efficiency and offer other benefits as well.
Strong frame construction and a durable fiberglass finish offer a wood look with longevity.
A range of new features are available on this updated classic.
An interior window shade fabric designed to reflect solar heat and reduce glare.
The manufacturer best-known in this country for reproductions of historic “wavy” glass also makes replacement inserts for built-in cabinets and furniture.
Hurd. The company’s new Ultra-R glass option with Heat Mirror technology utilizes film suspended in insulated glass to achieve R-values up to R-20 (when filled with krypton gas).
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