The Latest Project by EuroLine Windows in Scenic West Vancouver

West Vancouver Project Euroline

The Latest Project by EuroLine Windows in Scenic West Vancouver

With extra safety precautions in place for the health of our employees, EuroLine is still working diligently to complete projects for expectant homeowners. We are also taking appointments for new projects in our meticulously sanitized showroom. An excellent example is one of our most recent projects in Vancouver.  This 6000 sq/ft luxury home sits high on the hills of scenic West Vancouver. Our client wished for windows and doors that allow the melding of indoors and outdoors so they might enjoy both equally. This choice is proving to be an especially valuable breath of fresh air in this time of indoor isolation. 

To achieve their goal, we worked with the client to install a range of Euroline windows and doors in their open and airy contemporary home. 

Overlooking the City and Sea

Tilt and Turn Windows Sea View

The client’s sunlit bedroom sits on a hill overlooking the city of Vancouver. Euroline tilt and turn windows and doors allow for the sunlight and fresh air to be enjoyed in full.

Luxury Doors West Vancouver

Easy to Use, Easy to Clean

Tilt and Turn West Vancouver

All the Euroline tilt and turn windows throughout the home are easy to use and easy to clean. The inside and outside panes of glass can be accessed from any floor without issue when fully open. When closed, they use a multi-point locking system to ensure optimal security. 

The Beauty of Tilt & Glide

Tilt and Glide Doors West Vancouver

Our Euroline tilt and glide doors were perfect for this light and airy home. They are also terrific for saving space as they don’t take up real estate on the inside or outside, unlike a standard swing door. Our doors are super easy to use and can be moved around with one finger. 

These doors feature gaskets on the frame and sash — so when you use a multi-point locking system to seal the door, it has gasket-on-gasket compression. This results in an incredible seal that helps conserve energy and leaves you feeling secure.

Inviting in the Light

Luxury Glass West Vancover

With a breathtaking view and incredible outdoor living area, the homeowners wanted to bring the outside inside. To accomplish this, we installed a very wide set of French doors with sidelights. As a result, the expanse of doors allows the interior to spill into the outside seating area and the backyard beyond.  Thin crisp lines accentuate the view and help give the home that clean, contemporary feeling. 

Artful Arches 

Arched Windows West Vancouver

Custom arches create a beautiful focal point in this hallway, adding a classic nuance in this otherwise contemporary home. Our Euroline team made these custom arched windows onsite with amazing results. 

European Windows West Vancouver

Bathing becomes an experience under these custom Euroline arch-top windows. They can be a bit more labor-intensive to make but, the result is totally worth it as they give the room a lovely touch of European style. 

We are happy to consult on how to get the most function and beauty out of your own new build or remodel. Contact us online or give us a call to make an appointment to explore our showroom and the possibilities EuroLine has to offer.

Everything You Need to Know About B.C. Government Window Rebates

B.C Window Rebates

Everything You Need to Know About B.C. Government Window Rebates 

Looking to replace your drafty windows with new energy-efficient ones? There’s never been a better time to do it! Not only will you reap the rewards of lower energy bills and lessening your carbon footprint on the environment, but you’ll also be rewarded financially by the government of British Columbia. We’ve created the simple guide below to help you understand everything you need to know about B.C. government window rebates before investing in your home:

What are B.C. government window rebates?

With the Better Homes Rebate Program, those who install new energy-efficient windows and doors may be eligible to receive a rebate for their efforts. Unlike the previous rebate programs, where you had to install triple-pane varieties to qualify, the current program makes receiving a rebate much more achievable with basic glass upgrades. 

What are the benefits of applying for window rebates?

In 2020, you can receive up to $2000 in rebates for installing energy-efficient windows and doors or up to $100 per window or door and up to 20 windows/doors per Tier. 

Rebate Tiers

  1. Tier 1 windows/ doors: $50 per window/door (maximum $1,000). Just a note, tier 1 window and door rebates are not available in the City of Vancouver.
  2. Tier 2 windows/doors: $100 per window/door (maximum $2,000)

Your current windows or exterior doors must be replaced with program qualified products. Additionally, this upgrade will count towards an additional Two Upgrade Bonus or the Home Energy Improvement Bonus.

Who is eligible?

Make sure your property and your choice of new windows and doors are eligible for the rebate with the following guidelines:

  • The invoice date for the installed windows and doors must be on or after January 01, 2020. If your invoice is dated before this date, see the “Other” section below for FAQs on what rebates are available to you.
  • Your upgrades must be installed by a licensed contractor with a valid BC business license for the trade applicable to the installation work.
  • You must have a residential utility account with FortisBC, BC Hydro, or a municipal utility.
  • Your home must be primarily heated with:
    • Natural Gas or piped propane supplied by FortisBC
    • Natural Gas supplied by Pacific Northern Gas
    • Electricity supplied by FortisBC, BC Hydro, or a municipal utility.
    • Oil or propane not supplied by FortisBC
  • Premises primarily heated by wood or other solid fuels are not eligible.
  • You must live in an eligible home.
  • The home must have a minimum of 12 months of consecutive utility billing history.

Is there a deadline or time limit for applying for the rebates?

Government funds for the window and door rebates are limited, so you’ll need to have your new window and/or door install completed and submit your rebate application before funds run out. Additionally, you’ll want to keep the following deadlines in mind:

  • The application form for individual upgrades must be submitted within 6 months of the invoice date of the upgrade.
  • The application form for the Two Upgrade Bonus must be submitted within 6 months of the second bonus-eligible upgrade. You must complete your second bonus-eligible upgrade within 18 months of the invoice date of the first bonus-eligible upgrade.
  • The application form for the Home Energy Improvement Bonus and EnerGuide Home Evaluation Rebate must be submitted within 6 months of the date of your post-retrofit EnerGuide home evaluation. 
  • You must complete your post-retrofit EnerGuide home evaluation within 18 months of your pre-retrofit EnerGuide home evaluation.

Things you’ll need when applying for your rebate

  • Assessment records & files, including your pre-upgrade assessment and recommended upgrades, and a detailed list of completed work. 
  • All original receipts and window product model numbers.
  • Retailer invoices reflecting a detailed accounting of the number of windows installed, the window types, the window manufacturers, and the date of the installation. 
  • Proof of 12 consecutive months of energy bills from your energy provider. 

How do I apply for the window rebates?

  • To apply for your rebate, click HERE – Remember, you have 6 months from the date of your invoice to apply for the rebates. 
  • For more information on the B.C. Window rebate, visit betterhomesbc.ca.

If you would like to learn more about EuroLine Windows energy efficient products message our high-performance window team or give us a call at 1-800-337-8604.

Spectacular Custom Windows in Vancouver’s Trendy Dunbar-Southlands

Vancouver Dunbar Windows

Spectacular Custom Windows in Vancouver’s Trendy Dunbar-Southlands

Sitting among the tree-lined streets, expansive gardens, and other luxurious residences of Vancouver’s Dunbar neighborhood, an upscale modern house project presented us with an exciting challenge: per the customer’s request, the house’s interior must be kept open to the beauty and breadth of the surrounding landscape and climate while remaining secure and private.  

We were more than thrilled to accomplish this for her as we knew our high-performing window and door products were perfect for achieving the homeowner’s dream of feeling on top of the world as she goes about daily life. We invite you to explore the highlights of her beautiful home below as we walk you through the project details that make this house stand out:

Secure Yet Welcoming Entry Door

Secure Entry Door

Wanting a unique, modern and secure door, this customer chose to use one of our highly customizable 4700-Series Entry Doors.  In order to maintain privacy while keeping to a contemporary style, we incorporated an obscure, sandblasted glass panel insert with clear horizontal lines that highlight the sleek look of the door.

This door also features a high-security multi-point locking system with quality, durable hardware ensuring the safety of the home. As a bonus, it also has a barrier-free (flush) sill that allows for easy entry and egress from the house for any with mobility restrictions like strollers or wheelchairs.  

Contemporary Entry Door

Clean Contemporary Aesthetic

Something that really adds to the contemporary aesthetic of this home is the unconventional choice of finish used for the entry door.  While many homeowners choose a contrasting or unique entry door, our customer wanted to keep a fluid contemporary aesthetic throughout her entire home. To achieve this she chose a finish that intentionally matches the colours of the windows and the other doors within the home. 

The  “gun metal” ( or “met brush anthrazitgrau”) she selected from our expansive custom colour range is incredibly sleek. It has the desired appearance of anodized aluminum but is actually our famously energy efficient vinyl. Aluminum always lends itself to a more contemporary aesthetic and looks terrific when paired with expanses of glass. 

Best Modern Door

The light bounces in and through the entrance, from metal to glass, for an eye-catching visual both inside and outside. 

The customer chose the Verona door handles for their security features and sleek look. The handle styles were carried throughout the home.

Let the Outdoors In

Ultimate Bi-Fold Doors

In order to fully enjoy the beauty of Vancouver’s warmer seasons and take advantage of the breathtaking city, water, and mountain views, this homeowner took advantage of EuroLine’s 3400-Series folding doors. These dynamic doors are great because they both invite the beauty of nature into the home, and help to extend functional living space. As you can see, the high performance bi-fold doors open up completely for optimal enjoyment of indoor/outdoor living. 

Bi-fold doors vancouver

The expanse of clear glass associated with our 3400-series folding doors makes you feel like you’re on top of the world—which is exactly what this homeowner wanted.

The ease of use the doors provide in this high-functioning unit also spoke to our homeowner’s desire for a product that could be easy and functional without obstructing the view. From a product perspective, the door is bottom hung, meaning the weight is distributed at the sill making the rolling mechanism very easy to use. 

Let the Fresh Air In

Tilt and turn window dunbar

To allow for optimal views and ventilation, we used tilt and turn windows in the kitchen. Typically, with a window the size you see depicted above, manufacturers would have to break the glass up into two pieces in order for it to be functional and open in any way. However, at EuroLine, we are able to build impressively large windows with a single pane. The tilting mechanism makes it so that there is no need for a vertical obstruction or separation for the window to still open and be functional. 

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The tilt and turn window, when it is in a vented position, moves the air around nicely. This is exactly what you want in a space like the kitchen where good air flow helps with cooking ventilation or, can wake you up with a breath of fresh air alongside your morning coffee.

In the Bedroom 

Casement and awning windows vancouver

To allow for views of the mountains beyond the bedroom window, the homeowner chose our 1400-Series Casement & Awning windows. They allow light and air to flow through the bedroom for a sense of well-being and communing with nature.

Luxury custom windows

Tying It All Together

The homeowner was incredibly pleased with the outcomes provided by EuroLine’s products providing her with security, beauty, and ultimately, a window (and door) to the world. 

We are happy to consult on how to get the most function and beauty out of your own new build or remodel. Contact us online or visit one of our showrooms to explore all the possibilities EuroLine has to offer.

Transition, focus and forward: a 2019 Review from the CEO of EuroLine Windows

Transition, focus and forward: a 2019 Review from the CEO of EuroLine Windows

As we head into 2020, I begin this letter with a sense of pride in what the EuroLine team has accomplished over the last few months. It is remarkable how much we managed to achieve during this period of organizational change and economic uncertainty, not only in terms of financial performance, but also in our dedication to providing the best service and products to our clients across North America.

In the beginning of 2019, we unveiled a new logo that mirrors EuroLine’s continued focus on building products that are the pinnacle of innovation and beauty. This external change was accompanied by updates in our processes internally as we focused efforts on streamlining our production processes, and maintaining lead times. We exceeded our productivity and efficiency targets while maintaining our revenue, and a 95% client satisfaction rate across the board. This is truly a testament to the fantastic team we have working at EuroLine, as our ongoing success is only possible thanks to the passion and commitment each of our team members has shown our customers during this period of growth. 

Now, with a new year in front of us, and more positive changes on the horizon, I am enthusiastic about the future of EuroLine. Earlier this month we announced our search for a new President. We are excited for the opportunity to bring on an outside perspective, with fresh passion to inspire more innovation within our organization. We also look forward to introducing new products to our loyal EuroLine clients. Amid these changes, we will remain focused on our commitment to improve and are confident in our ability to make a continued positive impact on the lives of both our employees and our customers. In closing, and with that in mind, I would like to express my deep gratitude and appreciation for the character and capabilities of the employees at EuroLine Windows. 

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Sincerely, 

Darren J. Mark, CEO

EuroLine Windows

The 12 Windows of Christmas

We’re all in the Christmas spirit around here these days. Since the beginning of December, we’ve been all about the holidays.

12-Days-2BOf course, it goes without saying that we’ve all been singing, humming or just listening to carols and Christmas songs all throughout the office — so it isn’t too surprising that we came up with our own version of a Christmas classic.

We hope you enjoy it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Twelve Windows of Christmas

(Sung to the tune of The 12 Days of Christmas)

On the first day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
a unique door for my entry

On the second day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the third day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the fourth day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the fifth day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the sixth day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
six casement windows
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the seventh day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
seven doors a-folding
six casement windows
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the eighth day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
eight shutters rolling
seven doors a-folding
six casement windows
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the ninth day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
nine pleated blinds
eight shutters rolling
seven doors a-folding
six casement windows
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the tenth day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
ten archtop dormers
nine pleated blinds
eight shutters rolling
seven doors a-folding
six casement windows
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the eleventh day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
eleven window handles
ten archtop dormers
nine pleated blinds
eight shutters rolling
seven doors a-folding
six casement windows
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

On the twelfth day of Christmas
my builder installed for me:
twelve insect screens
eleven window handles
ten archtop dormers
nine pleated blinds
eight shutters rolling
seven doors a-folding
six casement windows
five tilt & turns
four tilt & glides
three French doors
two bay windows
and a unique door for my entry

 

PLEASE NOTE:

EuroLine Windows will be closed for the holidays
from Friday, December 22nd, 2017 until Tuesday, January 2nd, 2017
We wish you a wonderful Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

 

Ice Box Challenge

Two weeks ago, on August 14th, the results were finally revealed – Passive House box: 639 kg, BC Building Code: 407 kg.
In a period of 18 days, the ice block in the PH box had melted off 361 kg, while the ice block in the BCBC box lost 593 kg. That’s a difference of 232 kg, meaning almost 65% more ice melted in the BCBC box than in the PH box.
That’s pretty impressive – or is it? Some people have questioned whether the result was really all that remarkable. After all, Passive House construction is claimed to be up to 90% more efficient.

Such criticism is fair, but one should take into consideration that the structures were small and temporary. Both affect performance.

These days, windows keep getting larger and larger. The elevation these windows are on is rarely taken into consideration – except when building a Passive House. Large windows on the North or East elevation result in larger heat losses, which is why in PH construction, fewer windows are used on these elevations, and their size is relatively small. However, on the BCBC box, the window used was also a small window, hardly the size of an average window these days. With windows still being the weakest part of the building envelope, this gave the BCBC box an advantage over a typical house built to the code.

The window choice, too, gave the BCBC box an advantage. Rather than choosing a low end sliding window with an inferior seal, a high end EuroLine 1400-series casement window was used. This window not only has a tighter seal than the average window being used these days, but at 1.53 W/(m^2*K) the u-factor of the window used also far surpasses the u-factor required by the BCBC (1.8 (W/m^2*K)).

On the other hand, the PH box was at a disadvantage, as in a temporary structure it is much more difficult to achieve the same kind of seal and insulation as in a permanent structure. Of course insulation plays an integral role in the PH standard. Much attention and care is paid to not create any thermal bridges, and a smoke test is perform to find and seal even the smallest air leaks.

Finally, building codes all across the world are improving, with many cities, and entire countries, aiming to adopt the Passive House building standard as their national building code standard. While a Passive House can still be 90% more efficient than an older building, the difference will be less, compared to a new home being built to current standards. And that’s a good thing.

We still think that the results achieved in the Ice Box Challenge were pretty impressive – but we look forward to the day when both structures will perform exactly the same.

Throwback Thursday – Bernhardt Passive House

With Vancouver on its way to becoming the Greenest City by 2020, the province following closely with its BC Energy Step Code – both embracing the Passive House standard as a way to achieve the desired outcome – and events like the Ice Box Challenge bringing the concept of Passive House to downtown Vancouver, it can be difficult to believe that just a few years ago, Passive House was a foreign concept to most here in Canada, including in the building industry.

Rob Bernhardt, CEO of Passive House Canada, describes his and his family’s 3 1/2 year experience living in their Passive Home for The Province (read about it here).

Let’s travel back to 2013, when Bernhardt Contracting was recognized by the District of Saanich as a Carbon Champion.

 

Saanich Carbon Champions – Bernhardt Certified Passive Home from Sustainable Saanich on Vimeo.

International Mid-Year Passive House Open Days

It’s Passive House Open House Days again!

Everyone is talking about Passive House! You’ve heard the buzz around this energy-efficient building standard — and now is your chance to see first-hand what goes into attaining these rigorous ratings during the Mid-year International Passive House Open Days – June 16-18, 2017.

Sponsored by the International Passive House Association, this world-wide event allows participants to experience Passive House in their own communities ahead of the IPHA main event held annually in November.

Visit the under-construction open house in Langley, Friday, June 16th, featuring EuroLine windows and doors. Details below (click on the image for larger display).

Open House Invite

Our Doors Are Open, Come On In!

Thinking about new windows and doors?

If you need a little inspiration for your renovation or new build project, our showroom is the perfect place to brainstorm ideas. With our full range of windows and doors on display — you can see, touch and feel the ultimate quality of our products.

EuroLine's windows & doors showroom

Imagine a summer get-together where your guests can mingle seamlessly between the indoors and outdoors when you open up your living space with a gorgeous new folding door. It is easy to envision when you can experience one of these doors in action. Try it out. You will be amazed at how effortlessly it works.

Look at our tilt and turn windows — don’t be surprised at how simply you can open these windows fully to the inside or “tilt” them in for secure ventilation. Check out the robust multi-point locking system. Curious about blinds and roll shutters? We’ve got you covered! We have beautiful examples of our custom-fit blinds and screens for you to inspect.

EuroLine's windows & doors showroom

New in our showroom

Interior Doors

We are proud to partner with Sapeli to offer you more options to complement your window choices for a consistent look and feel. Sapeli doors are manufactured in Europe and have a style and function for your every need. You can see a sampling of these attractive interior doors — open them, close them, stand back and admire them. Picture them in your den, your office…

Entry Doors

Have you seen the latest in entry door technology? State-of-the-art front doors with keyless entry, and LED accents. Pirnar handmade entry doors are modern and sophisticated, made for superior thermal comfort. Visit our showroom to explore the options, including Grande models — unparalleled elegance on a large scale.

EuroLine's windows & doors showroom

We welcome you to our showroom where you can leisurely walk through our display rooms — browse a full range of our products and examine their quality up close and personal. Our custom-made windows and doors are available with an extensive array of options and accessories and can be configured to fit your unique style.

Try our sound booth and hear for yourself how our products can significantly reduce outside noise. Worried about security? Watch our amazing burglar test video — see how strong our windows are.

EuroLine Windows Inc. is a family-owned business with traditional values of honesty, integrity and quality at its heart. We pride ourselves on our modern, innovative products and our first-class services.

Our showroom is in Delta, BC, in the heart of the Lower Mainland. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm and open on Saturdays by appointment. Our friendly sales consultants can help you find the perfect solution for your dream home. Ask them anything — they love talking about windows!

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Spring Cleaning? Here’s How to Make Your Windows & Doors Shine

After our long, cold, snow-bound winter, we are rejoicing in the warmer temperature and longer days. Now, with more sunshine, we can see the effects the past season has had on our windows.
Time for spring cleaning!

Your EuroLine windows and doors are virtually maintenance free, but taking the time to do a little maintenance and cleaning will ensure that they last a lifetime.

Spring Cleaning - Dining Room photo

Safety First!

  • Don’t have tilt & turn windows? Too short to reach those outside windows? Make sure you take care when using that ladder during spring cleaning.
  • Wear protective eyewear and clothing when working with cleaning products. Always follow the safety precautions as recommended by the manufacturer.

What’s On the Outside?

  • Spring cleaning is a good time to inspect the caulking on the exterior perimeter of your windows and patio doors. This should be done regularly, but at least once per year. Look carefully for cracks and breaks as these will compromise the watertight seal between the window and door frames and your house siding.
  • Completely remove and replace the caulking that is cracked, broken or missing. New caulking will help to create a tight seal and prevent further damage.
  • A soft cloth and mixture of warm water a and a few drops of mild dish soap is all you need to clean your vinyl windows. Gently rinse, then dry with a soft, damp cloth. Consult your instruction manual for advice on cleaning heavily soiled areas.
  • Always use gentle, non-abrasive cleaning products.
  • Check the weep holes — both inside and outside the windows and doors. Make sure they are clear of dirt or obstructions to ensure proper drainage.

Small scratches on your frames?
TIP:
We have matching paint pens that may help repair small abrasions on foiled finishes. Call us at 604.940.8485 and speak to our service department for details.

NOTE: Never use a power washer when cleaning windows or doors as it may damage them, voiding your warranty.

Take a Look at the Hardware

  • Check all hardware for smooth operation — make sure locks, opening mechanisms, etc. are working properly.  To keep the moving parts of your windows and doors at peak performance, we recommend you lubricate the hardware at least once a year. Every six months, check all hinges for tightness of fasteners and look for damage to hinges.
  • You can find complete details on cleaning and lubricating window and door hardware in your maintenance manual. Or visit the Resources page on our website for detailed information.

TIP: If you live in a coastal area, more frequent cleaning and lubricating of your window and door hardware is required.

Sparkle and Shine

  • Abrasive or caustic cleaners are never recommended because they might cause permanent damage to the finish or the glass. Instead, clean glass with a mixture of water and mild dish soap or an approved glass cleaner. Rinse completely with clear water, then wipe dry with a soft, damp cloth to avoid water spots. (A damp cloth is recommended, as a dry one may create static which will attract dirt/dust to the frame.)
  • For best results, do not clean glass when it is exposed to direct sunlight.

STOP! Never use a high-pressure spray nozzle to rinse your windows — this could cause the glass to crack or possibly loosen the seals.

To avoid damaging the glass surface, the insulating glass seal, or component parts, never use any petroleum-based cleaners, or caustic chemicals on the glass, and never use a razor blade, putty knife or abrasive pad to clean the glass.

The Inside Job

  • Over the winter, fine dust and dirt has probably built up inside these areas and if allowed to remain, it can result in poor operation or even damage to hardware.
  • Use your vacuum to clean the sill and track areas. A soft, small brush may be helpful to loosen any dirt or dust from around frames.
  • Clean the interior frames with a small amount of mild soap in warm water and a soft cloth. Dish detergent such as Dawn is ideal.
  • Open windows and clean the inside of the frames. Also, wipe the edges of the sashes to make sure there is nothing obstructing their operation.

Don’t Forget the Screens

  • Bring out your window screens from their winter storage and lay them on a flat surface.
  • If necessary, wash them with mild soap and water using a soft brush, then rinse and wipe dry.
  • Check for any damage before you install them. If you need help putting your screens on, check out our helpful video for step by step instructions.

REMEMBER: Your EuroLine windows never need painting and will not rot, split, fade, yellow or grow brittle with age. With just a little TLC and regular cleaning, your windows and doors will have years of trouble-free operation. For more details on taking care of your EuroLine windows and doors, download our info sheet: Cleaning & Maintenance of Your Vinyl Windows and Doors

IMPORTANT! EuroLine window and door products are shipped with a protective plastic film that reduces damage from handling and installation. This protective film MUST be removed upon completion of installation. Failure to remove the protective plastic film upon completion of installation may cause film to bond to the frame and permanently damage the finish.

Film bonded to your windows? Read How to Remove Baked on Protective Window Film for helpful information.

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Products: Information and photos of all our windows, doors, accessories and options.
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