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Almost everything about the windows and doors built by Architectural Openings is unique. All of the structural stock is made out of laminated hardwood (including mahogany, hemlock, cherry, and oak) assembled with waterproof glue to a thickness of 211/16 inches. A single handle operates hardware that allows both windows and doors to either tilt in from the top or swing open from the side, and the multipoint locking system provides security even in the tilt position. On sliders, the handle raises the door onto wheels for easy opening and lowers it again for a tight fit when closed. The hinges are adjustable in three dimensions, and the neoprene weatherstripping gasket surrounding all sashes can be removed for cleaning and painting. The company also