Alside®, a leading manufacturer of vinyl windows, patio doors, and siding, today announced the launch of its 1700 and 1900 New Construction Vinyl Window Collection, demonstrating the Company’s dedication to launching new, industry leading products.
Achieving class-leading PG/DP ratings while providing comfort and reduced energy costs, the new construction windows target today’s single and multi-family builder and provide the precise level of style and performance needed for any region.
Both the 1700 Series single-hung and 1900 Series single- and double-hung collections are available in various sizes and configurations (including sliders, picture, and special-shaped windows, as well as patio doors) and feature standard vent locks for convenient ventilation.
Made of fusion-welded vinyl, the windows feature an integral nailing flange and reinforced meeting rail for superior structural performance. The highly durable block and tackle balances stand up to construction site debris and harsh weather.
A metal cam-style lock with adjustable keeper provides increased security, and interior glazed fixed lites provide convenient access from inside the building should the glass need to be replaced. In addition, a sloped sill creates a contemporary look and enhances water management.
The 1700 Series features a bevel frame design while the 1900 Series includes an integral brickmould Jchannel for an attractive, clean exterior appearance and offers an optional 3 ½-inch flat casing with a bullnose sill.
Included in the 1700 and 1900 Series are Alside’s insulated glass packages that combine Low-E glass with
a u-channel design warm-edge spacer system to create an effective thermal barrier.
All Alside windows
are able to meet ENERGY STAR® requirements in all four climate zones given the right glass package and
have received performance certifications from leading organizations such as AAMA, IGCC, and NFRC,
and come with a lifetime limited warranty.
Available in 10 stunning colors and various grid profiles and patterns, these new collections feature a polyurethane coating technology with heat-reflective pigments for a remarkably strong and faderesistant finish. Grids are enclosed within the insulated glass unit for easy cleaning.
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