Beautiful home with new replacement windows from Marvin Ultimate. Two, three and four wide casement assemblies for a sleek clean presentation. Cashmere exterior color replaced previous taupe color and now perfectly blends with the home’s trim, limestone and brick. Gorgeous 3-wide casement with a copper roof. 4-wide casement assembly on first floor. Cashmere exterior clad finish perfectly matches the limestone window frames.
Classic home on a wooded lot built in 1987, homeowners upgraded their original windows with storms, skylights and added a sliding patio door. They selected Marvin Ultimate full window replacements double-hung and awnings. Exterior is stone white clad, white 3/4″ between the glass grilles in a Colonial style. They replaced windows with a sliding French patio door to create access to the patio from the “mud room”. LowE with/argon glazing. The old skylights above the bathrooms were replaced with Velux fixed deck mounted skylights.
Country style home in a rural neighborhood features lots of space and views. The homeowners replaced their windows with full frame Marvin Ultimate casements and awnings. They selected large awnings in place of picture windows in order to allow ventilation and not lose the views. The original white windows were replaced with a color that blends with the home’s taupe siding. Pebble Gray exterior and Fruitwood interior finish done by Woodland pre-finishing services. Completed phase one – you can see the difference window color makes on the back of the house, lowers are new and uppers are original.
The owners of this two-story colonial house with beautiful grounds selected Marvin Ultimate full-frame awnings and double-hung replacement windows. Original windows were original single pane true-divided lites with storm windows for protection. Exterior color is Pebble gray and the interior White with folding hardware. Colonial grills between the glass. For this large home, the homeowner elected to have Woodland do the work in two phases between 2015 and 2016.
Delightful cottage style home on a wooded lot was built in 1925. The original windows were replaced with double-hung Marvin Clad Ultimate Inserts. Exterior color is stone white and the Interior was stained dark oak by Woodland pre-finishing services. Prairie ¾” removable grille. LowE w/argon glazing. Phase one was the front of the home with a planned phase two to complete the project.
Stunning property. Homeowners replaced old windows with Marvin double-hung round top windows in front of the house. Newly replaced windows are Marvin Ultimate double-hung round top windows in front of the house in Pebble Gray color. Picture windows used in bump out design.
Classically beautiful with a copper bay window roof, stone and multi-gable roof. The homeowners choose Marvin Ultimate full-replacement clad-wood windows to retain the elegance of this home. Bay windows are Generation 2.0 double-hung windows that frame the center picture window. Auto-locking hardware has a sleek look with a single lock point in the center. Owners choose easy to use glider windows for the basement replacements. Sliding doors have top-hung screens and 3-point locking system.
Adding windows in a solid wall can transform a room both ascetically and functionally. The owners selected Andersen 400 48” X 24” awnings to brighten and ventilate their living room. Woodland helped with the design, cut the opening and installed the header and windows. White interior and exterior.
The owners of this charming American Colonial style home spend their time enjoying their sunroom and yard. First, they replaced their old leaking patio door with a Stone White Marvin Elevate (Wood Ultrex) 60” X 80” with multi-point locks and Cambridge Satin Nickel hardware. They upgraded their old skylights with new custom sized Velux fixed skylights for their sunroom.
The home backs up to a beautiful pond so it was only natural there are large bow windows to enhance the views. The homeowners updated the aging windows with Andersen 400 series, stationery and casements bow windows.
When it was time to replace the aging windows of this classically beautiful home, the homeowners selected Marvin Signature in order to match the original window style. The new Satin Taupe insert double-hung windows and full frame round top with SDL grilles and Low E 3 glass keep the house much more comfortable and energy efficient in all seasons.
Beautifully set back on a large lot, the back deck and sunroom are the favorite living spaces when the weather allows. The homeowner is updating the windows and doors in phases. First replacing the old sliding patio doors and interior hinged French doors with new Marvin Signature Stone White replacements. Next came the new windows are Andersen inserts with colonial grilles, and a narrowline profile that make them look like full replacement windows. Phase three brought new Velux fixed skylights with high performance glass, replacing the old worn out units.
The perfect door for this stunning Craftsman style entry porch makeover. The homeowners selected the Therma-Tru Full-frame replacement Fiberclassic Mahogany Door with sidelites and finished it in a custom walnut stain to match the brick. The 4-block dentil door and sidelites include Colonial SDLs complimented by the Schlage Addison style with a Satin Nickel finish.
Even a close-up view of this gorgeous new Provia Signet entry door belies that it’s fiberglass and not real wood. The arch top, simulated divided lites and Cherry wood grain give the appearance of old-world craftsmanship. Factory Coal Black painted finish with a capped Snowmist white frame and Emtek Melon style French Antique finish hardware. The flawless finish really captures the magic of this black entry door to highlight the home’s elegance.
The entry door of this classic home with it’s warm blue and brick colors is now the focal point. The homeowners selected a long-lasting durable fiberglass door with embossed “cherry” woodgrain finished in warm Chestnut mimics the beauty of natural wood doors and ties the home’s exterior colors together. The ProVia custom Signet door with sidelites and Schlage Aged Bronze hardware was designed to easily fit into the previous double-door space perfectly updating the look.
Therma-Tru Full-frame Replacement Fiberclassic Mahogany door and sidelites with an Arts and Crafts design makes a perfect focal point for this welcoming entry porch. To create this look, the homeowners spared no detail. 4-block dentil door and sidelites with a brown mahogany stain finish. Saratoga style Black Nickel glass added interior light. Smartly finished with a Schlage age-bronze finish and keypad century deadbolt.
What a difference an 8 ft. door can make, especially when it’s made of decorative glass. This homeowner in a Del Webb community created a stand-out entry with a Therma-Tru Fiberclassic Door custom painted in a delectable blue.