Infinity from Marvin Replacement Windows
Infinity Double Hung Windows
Double Hung windows operate by sliding either of the sashes up and down within the window frame. This is one of the most common window styles.
Infinity Casement Windows
Casement windows are hinged on one side and operate by turning a crank at the bottom of the window.
Infinity Awning Windows
Awning windows are top-hinged and operate by turning a crank at the bottom of the window.
Infinity Glider Windows
Glider windows (also called sliders or sliding windows) operate by sliding the sash to the side.
Infinity Round Top Windows
Round Top windows add elegance and appeal to a room and can be added above a standard window to add light and style to your home
Infinity Polygon Windows
A dramatic improvement to any living space - Infinity Polygon and Picture Windows are designed to accentuate the uniqu architechture of your home.
Infinity Bow Windows
Bow windows include four or more windows of the same size joined together to make a curved shape. Bow windows protrude from an exterior wall similar to Bay windows.
Infinity Bay Windows
Bay windows protrude out from an exterior wall and generally have three sides. Typically this includes a larger stationary window in the center flanked by two smaller windows on either side.
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With over 400 custom sized windows, 180 patio doors and masonry repairs needed in conjunction with the window installations, it was very important we find the right people to work with. After evaluating several window companies and their offerings, it was clear WWD had the knowledge, the product and the interest in us to take on our project. The WWD crew worked well with our mason contractor and Phase One was completed without issues on time and on budget. We look forward to working with the WWD team again and have already approved the contract for Phase Two of our project.
Wayne Rosmis, Association President, One Bloomingdale Place