Millwork Windows

Millwork Windows is a window company with many years of experience in the home improvement industry. Providing building materials for architectural projects, the company is composed of several individual companies trusted in supplying high-quality, highly efficient windows that meet industry and customer standards. This company is the name behind Kolbe Windows, Western Windows Systems, Velux Skylights, Arborite Surfaces, Marvin Windows, Crittall Steel Windows, and many others. Aside from windows, the company also produces decorative laminates, hardware supplies, flooring, custom millwork, and commercial construction supplies.

Millwork Windows offers a rich selection of windows for every American home:

  • Millwork Casement Windows
  • Millwork Hopper Windows
  • Millwork Awning Windows
  • Millwork Fixed Windows
  • Millwork Single Hung Windows
  • Millwork Double Hung Windows
  • Millwork Specialty Windows

What distinguishes Millwork Windows from other window companies is that it can combine beauty with functionality and performance. These windows, whether they are wood or vinyl, use the best technologies trusted for many years. The more than two-inch frame depth allows them to mull to other window series and integrate into the window wall. The use of a concealed multi-point locking system heightens the security they can give, which is even improved by installing heavy-duty hardware operators. The high-quality hinges allow easy opening or closing, and the windows can be opened to an extent that they can accommodate the entrance of sufficient air.

Another quality that makes this company different is its use of thermal breaks in its windows. This thermal break is installed in the sashes and frames, and it increases thermal efficiency by lowering U-factors, reducing thermal conduction, and limiting condensation. Thus, these windows have an improved energy performance compared with other brands using any standard insulated glazing and warm-edge spacers. In addition, all these windows come with screens with frames matching the color of the windows. The screens use screen clips instead of fasteners and holes to make them look cleaner, and they are wired with vinyl-coated fiberglass mesh, a material resistant to damage and allows uninterrupted and clear view to the outside.

When it comes to customizable aesthetic features, Millwork Windows offers so much for the consumers. Wood species are incense sanded cedar, incense wirebrushed cedar, mahogany, and vertical grain douglas fir, while woodgain finishes for aluminum windows are knotty pine, wide grain, white oak, barn wood, burl wood, walnut, and cherry. There is also an attractive spectrum of colors for the frames’ finishes: anodized dark bronze, anodized satin, warmtone, Navajo white, bison beige, candle, chateau, cinnamon toast, ostrich, and slate. Of course, the hardware colors always match that of the window frame and sash.

The company also has a lot of glass options, including seedy, gray tint, matlux, glue chip, reed, obscure, clear beveled, Cardinal 366 High Performance, PPG Sungate, and Cardinal 272 High Performance. Grille options are also diverse: True Divided Lites include classic, wide bar, ovolo, mountain contemporary, arts and crafts, and rocky mountain; Simulated Divided Lites are classic and Newport. Other customizable features are the nail fin, trim, textures of wood, and shapes.

Millwork Windows offers different warranties for its windows. Generally, it is ten years for sashes and frames, five to ten for glass, and ten for hardware and screens.