Weather Shield Bow and Bay Windows
A long time ago, in a little garage in Medford, Wisconsin, a story began. It’s a story about a man, his vision and his company. The man is Edward Schield. The vision was to produce the world’s best windows and doors, and the company is called Weather Shield Windows & Doors. The story has grown into a legend, but it’s all true. Weather Shield Windows & Doors is no longer based in a garage. It is now functioning out of two million square feet of manufacturing space, employing 2,500 professionals, and pleasing thousands of customers on a daily basis. Weather Shield has grown to be a contender in new windows and window replacement. With innovation as their watchword, Weather Shield continues to produce great windows with the latest advances in technology and industry. Despite its big-time feel, Weather Shield has not lost its hometown values, customer-centeredness and commitment to excellence.
- 30° angle window construction
- 45° angle window construction
Standard Window Qualities
- The snap-in mull cover visually connects two or more window units to provide a finished edge that covers the space between the units. Provides exceptional aesthetics and easy cleaning.
- All-metal hardware comes in a variety of finishes and provides smooth operation.
- Durable headboard and seatboard on all windows.
- Structural corner keys with injected silicone reinforce frame and sash corners to improve the window’s overall durability and air and water infiltration.
- Double-strength glass for improved structural integrity.
- Both clad and wood options feature low-maintenance, heavy-duty materials that resist denting, dimpling, fading, and chalking.
- Rigid integral nailing fin provides extreme stability and easy installation.
- Frame and sash manufactured from kiln-dried, pretreated wood using a nontoxic formula that repels insects, prevents warping and resists rotting.
Custom Window Options
- Support brackets and cable support kit available
- Simulated divided lite grilles
- Glazing options: Insul Low E2, Krypton and Argon
- Glass options: rain, obscure, spandrel, wire, evergreen, bronze, bronze reflective, gray, gray reflective and green
- Work with certified window contractors in order to find the right fit for Weather Shield
- Wood options: pine, oak, maple, cherry, mahogany, American fir, knotty pine and alder
- Standard colors: white, adobe, desert tan, Hartford green, cameo, obsidian, craftsman bronze and brick red
- Forty-seven designer colors
- Anodized aluminum finishes: clear, champagne, light bronze, medium bronze, dark bronze, extra dark bronze, black and copper
- Bright brass
- Oil rubbed bronze
- Brushed copper nickel
- Brushed chrome
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