The Marvin Bow window offers an easy way to expand your view. The gentle curve of a Bow window is created by installing four, five, or six casement windows together. This forms a spectacular windowscape.
Marvin can now bring you a fantastic, ground-breaking Bow window made of low-maintenance fiberglass. This Energy Star product, Ultrex, is designed to last a lifetime with little or no safeguarding. It has been recognized as a durable and revolutionary product.
For installment of a Bow window by Marvin, getting exact specifications of the window is the first step, then factor in labor and the cost of the windows. Total cost could range between $5,000 and $6000, depending on labor and the size of your windows.
A Marvin Bow window installed by Infinity is available in three distinct color patterns. Stone White, Sierra, and EverWood, but if you want a custom paint for your window, that’s not a problem, the Ultrex fiberglass can be painted to match any color scheme you like.
I mentioned EverWood as color pattern. This is a product that has the look and feel of real wood, but without the maintenance. Its natural wood grain can be stained or painted and has the warmth of natural wood. Bow windows are famous for their rustic and beautiful wood frames; with EverWood you get that same wood feel, but without the upkeep.
A Bow window by Marvin meets or exceeds industry tests in water and air infiltration, as well as physical loads exerted from the exterior and interior. Passing these industry pressure tests proves the quality of Marvin windows. Having a durable and long-lasting Bow window is vital in regions of the country that are susceptible to strong winds and fast-changing weather. These windows are also treated with a Low-E coating, meaning they deflect certain types of UV and IR rays away from the home.
If you’re deciding on which manufacture to go with, Marvin meets or exceeds standards set by the industry. The U.S. Department of Energy has developed a standard for consumers to recognize products that reduce energy costs. Marvin Bow windows, along with the company’s entire line of doors and windows, fit this requirement. Plus, by upgrading to Marvin windows, you can qualify for up $1,500 in federal tax credits to help offset the cost of replacing your old windows.
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