Door and Window Products Binghamton NY

In the following article, you may find some helpful products which can make your house in Binghamton have a better feature. Please read on and find if you are interested in them.

Local Companies

Window World of Binghamton
607-797-3234
786 Main Street, River Plaza
Johnson City, NY
Imperial Windows & Doors
(718) 646-4420
2009 Avenue U
Brooklyn, NY
Window Accents
(518) 479-4749
33 Ternan Ave
East Greenbush, NY
Amagansett Building Materials Inc
(631) 267-3560
Devon Rd
Amagansett, NY
Pollard Windows Inc
(716) 684-0037
4913 Genesee St
Cheektowaga, NY
Pella of CNY Inc.
(607) 231-8550
800 Vally Plaza Suite 6
Johnson City, NY
Masterseal Windows & Doors Inc
(718) 381-8768
173 Cook St
Brooklyn, NY
Thermo Roll Window Corp
(631) 643-3555
5 Kean St
West Babylon, NY
Johnson-Howard Assoc Inc
(315) 437-1234
6960 Fly Rd
East Syracuse, NY
Ultra Sash Window Factory Inc
(718) 291-6411
10905 178th St
Jamaica, NY

Provided By:

Source: ARCHITECT Magazine
Publication date: October 15, 2007

By ARCHITECT Staff

1. ProShield windows and patio doors
Weather Shield
www.weathershield.com
  • Vinyl exteriors and insulated glass contain pre-consumer recycled content
  • Certified by Scientific Certification Systems to contain at least 9 percent recycled content by weight
  • Windows use wood on interior
  • Each manufacturing facility has been confirmed as using recycled content
  • 2. KT Series large diameter automatic revolving doors
    Dorma
    www.dorma-usa.com
  • Offered in outside diameters up to 21 feet
  • Available in two-, three-, and four-wing models
  • Provides energy savings by minimizing airflow between the interior and exterior
  • Can be configured to collapse inward for passage of bulky items
  • 3. Laminated Low-E (VLE) 57 glass
    Viracon
    www.viracon.com
  • Blends strength of laminated glass with energy performance of low-E technology
  • Provides a low shading coefficient and low solar heat gain coefficient
  • Visible light transmittance ranges from 28 percent to 59 percent
  • Available with polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayers of various thicknesses and with Vanceva Storm and StormGuard products
  • 4. Venting picture window
    Marvin
    www.marvin.com
  • Provides cross-ventilation with consistent sight lines for architectural integrity
  • Window sash projects 2¼ inches outward to reveal a screened-in opening that vents air and keeps out insects
  • Click here to read full article from Architect Magazine