Pollard Windows’ Liberty Collection E Series

Date: 1 December 2005
Source: Prweb.com
Pollard Windows, Inc., manufacturer of the high-quality Liberty Collection vinyl clad wood windows, releases to the U.

S. Market the enhanced second-generation Liberty Twintilt double hung window with innovative improvements that elevate performance, reliability, functionality and beauty.An excellent choice for both new construction and renovation projects, this Liberty Twintilt double hung window works beautifully on traditional and contemporary homes.Their advanced design includes

• New water shed sill that aids in repelling moisture away from the frame
• Split-finish jamb liner that complements exterior color and interior finish
• Color-matched screen bar
• Upgraded durable color-matched metal tilt latches and locks
• Low profile, quiet sash lock that adds unobtrusive beauty to the interior

A superior triple-seal pile weather-strip replaces the rubber strips for an ultra-smooth gliding operation that makes the Liberty Twintilt double hung window easy to lift and tilt for ventilation or cleaning. The glazing cavity was increased in depth to further reduce condensation and offer greater energy efficiency.

In keeping with the proven original design, the E-Series Twintilt double hung has the standard Liberty features that include Maintenance-free vinyl exterior, in standard or custom colors, combined with a choice of maple, oak or pine interior wood finishes to compliment any decor style. Options such as brickmold, the Heritage 3 ½” Flat Exterior Vinyl Casing, and of course, high performing Low Emissivity Glass are always available for all Pollard Windows.

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Date: 1 December 2005
Source: Prweb.com

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