Replacement window manufacturer Marvin® has recently added two new window styles to their Modern replacement window line. Let’s take a look at these new styles.
Marvin Modern is designed to meet the needs of architects and builders. The combination of high-density fiberglass material and proprietary design provide unparalleled durability and thermal performance. Marvin Modern replacement windows feature the integrated mull channel, a structural cavity in the frame that allows the addition of up to 1/2 inches of reinforcement when mulling windows together. It makes combination windows stronger while keeping maximum window sightlines.
In addition to the Multi-Slide Door and Direct Glaze Window, Marvin has introduced casement and awning options to their Modern window replacement products. Hinged window styles add a classic look and are the most energy-efficient window style available. Following the modular design of the Marvin Modern products, both casement and awning window styles are available in crank and push-out designs. These features put Marvin Modern ahead of most window replacement companies.
Why Choose Marvin Modern?
Marvin Modern is created to be the ultimate window replacement option for contemporary style homes. In addition to its modular features, you get the following from Marvin Modern windows:
- Thermal Performance — The high-density fiberglass and unique frame profile minimize thermal transfer without requiring additional material or insulation. This results in a light yet strong frame material that helps you save on your annual energy costs by helping reduce indoor heating and cooling requirements. It also lessens energy consumption and improves indoor comfort.
- Slim Aesthetics — Modern windows are all about the glass areas. The challenge with mulled windows is that they require reinforcement, which makes the frames thicker and can interfere with sightlines. The integrated mull channel keeps the Marvin Modern mulled windows slim yet strong.
- Built-In Drywall Return — A built-in drywall return makes it easy to lock the frames with the drywall during installation, resulting in a strong and stable build, even for oversized windows.