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Sleek Black Interiors — Now Available in Latex and Poly


Black interiors make a powerful statement that is both stylish and refined. Increasingly popular in the modern design movement, darker tones can create a dramatic visual accent and set a unique tone.
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Selecting the Proper Glass for the Appropriate Application

By Jeff Kibler, ‎Architectural / Commercial Manager

Thanks to modern technologies, we ask more of window and door glass than ever. We want glass that’s transparent and can block the flow of heat and cold between the indoors and outdoors, block sound and resist impact from storms and intruders.
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Custom Weather Shield Windows Integral Feature of Solitude Creek Renovation

Built in 1989, a beautiful Dutch Colonial house on Solitude Creek was in need of renovation due to mold and mildew infiltration from floods and subsequent rotting. Being located within a 100-foot buffer zone on this small estuary in a Maryland shore town, the elements had definitely taken their toll on the structure.
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Five Things to Look for In a Window

Choosing windows for your home can be overwhelming. There are countless options and choices to make. To help get you started, here are 5 things to consider when deciding on your next windows.
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Contemporary Collection Named 2016 Top 100 Product


Weather Shield’s Contemporary Collection™ continues to gain attention from the builder and architect community. The latest accolades come from Professional Builder, the leading business publication for the new-home construction market. It has named the Contemporary Collection one of the Top 100 Products for 2016. The Contemporary Collection was selected from among thousands of products featured in the past year on the pages of Professional Builder, which profiles all of the Top 100 Products in the August issue of the magazine and online at

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