MI Windows and Doors (MIWD) recently announced changes to its western glass package offering which will help to improve product performance and increase manufacturing efficiencies.
MIWD recently announced the addition of a clay color option to its 4300 single-hung, 3580 slider, 9660 casement, 9770 awning, and 910 patio door. The new clay color option will help MIWD better serve its customers, as builders and developers work to meet the evolving needs of today’s homeowners. With a full configuration offering, every home will now have the option to use the clay color regardless of operational style.
MI Windows and Doors now offers silver SuperCapSR reflective coating on HomeMaker3 vinyl windows.
MIWD will begin offering a bronze exterior laminate option on 3500 Series products. The bronze offering will be available for order on December 1st, 2014. This change meets a growing demand for more architecturally fitting, and aesthetically pleasing, products for new home construction and light commercial renovation projects.
In response to market demand, MI Windows and Doors now offers a new SuperCapSR silver color coating on its HomeMaker3 vinyl windows. The new silver color has a clear anodized appearance, meeting the needs of residential and commercial new construction and replacement markets.
MIWD recently announced a partnership with Slide Works, Inc., to release a state-‐of-‐the-‐art Multi-‐Slide Door system. Featuring MIWD’s EnergyCore® door panels, the patent-‐pending track system is available in two-‐, three-‐ and four-‐track options. This unique door system features an LC-‐25 structural rating and allows for openings up to 16’, creating a sturdy and dependable moving wall of glass that merges interior and exterior spaces. The door can also be pocketed, providing a 16’ clear opening with no visible panels.
MIWD, in partnership with Slide Works, Inc., recently released a state-of-the-art Multi-Slide Door system. Available in two-, three- and four-track options, the unique system allows for openings up to 16, creating a sturdy and dependable moving wall of glass that merges interior and exterior spaces.
MIWD has implemented the use of Cardinal’s LoE3‐340 solar control glass. The new glass features unprecedented solar performance for double-‐pane units, achieving 0.18 solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) without the need for room‐darkening tints. LoE3‐340 glass is available immediately in all products manufactured in MIWD’s Prescott Valley, AZ facility.