Door and Window Products Hempstead NY

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

Local Companies

Vann's Garage Door
(516) 482-3340
577 Plandome Rd
Manhasset, NY
Elegant Entries Of Nassau Inc
(516) 433-0111
125 N Broadway
Hicksville, NY
Freedom Doors Llc
(718) 366-6130
5115 Flushing Ave
Flushing, NY
Maxtech America Inc
(718) 326-8885
338 Maujer St
Brooklyn, NY
Brightview Window & Door
(631) 454-8439
54 Central Dr
Farmingdale, NY
Bella Porta
92 Front street
Hempstead, NY
Wallpaper Showcase
(718) 843-7700
16126 Crossbay Blvd
Jamaica, NY
Midwood Doors & Windows Inc
(718) 854-0555
1045 Mcdonald Ave
Brooklyn, NY
(516) 328-0504
140 Lexington Ave.
Westbury, NY
Ppdoor Enterprise Inc
(718) 888-9633
1833 127th St
Flushing, NY
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Source: ARCHITECT Magazine
Publication date: October 15, 2007


1. ProShield windows and patio doors
Weather Shield
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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