Hexagon, octagon, trapezoid, rhombus, triangles. Practice your geometry and add to your home’s dynamic and dimension with Marvin’s polygon or special shape windows. Polygon windows are fixed (do not open) and usually used to accent larger windows and to dramatize the architecture of a room or home. They also maximize light in awkward or hard to reach places, such as in second-story or attic rooms along lower rooflines abutting upper exterior walls.
Marvin polygon windows are made from wood. Douglas fir and pine are standard with other select wood frame materials available. The exterior of the window can come as primed wood or clad with an extruded aluminum exterior that is finished in commercial-grade paint and available in five standard colors with several other select colors to choose from.
All Marvin polygon or special shape windows come direct-glazed, meaning the glass is set directly into the window frame in order to maximize the light coming through the window and glass surface area. Marvin can create an in-sash window, which provides the look of a sash that is separate from the window frame. This allows customers to match sight lines with other windows and doors in same room or vicinity.
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