A window door (also known as a sidelight) is a beautiful way to increase natural light in the entryway of your home. The doors are available in a variety of shapes and styles to suit your taste and complement any architectural style.

An operable fönsterdörr panel mulled to or installed next to a door that opens by sliding horizontally in grooves provided by frame members. A window door can be single or double hung.

Also referred to as “double glazing” or “triple glazing,” an insulating glass unit consists of two or three panes separated by spacers that are filled with argon, krypton or xenon. This increases energy efficiency, reduces heat transfer, and limits noise transmission.

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A close-mesh woven screen material stretched over a window opening to allow air and vision while inhibiting insects. Most Marvin windows and doors utilize full screens for maximum airflow and visibility.

An installation bracket used with high/wide window units or large doors for added structural support and to hold multiple units together at the sill. Typically attached to the head jamb, sill, sub-sill, brick mould or flat casing.

A performance grade indicating compliance with code required design pressures for air, water and structural integrity. A higher PG rating means better insulating value.