Don’t Sacrifice Style For Energy Efficiency In Your Bay Area Home. Get The Beauty Of Both With Wood Replacement Windows.
Nothing compares to the warmth of natural wood. It is possible to have both the beauty of wood and a finish that resists moisture, decay, mildew and mold for your window replacement material. Wood is a natural insulator and now with modern advances, wood replacement windows can also offer a wide array of low-maintenance but high-end design choices.
The Main Advantages of Wood Windows
For many homes in the Bay Area, value is dependant upon a cohesive and original architectural style. Custom window replacements are a great way to improve the energy efficiency of your home while maintaining the architectural integrity.
There are so many beautiful species of wood to choose from when picking your wood window replacements. We trust Marvin to provide the standard options of Pine, Cherry, Douglas Fir, Mahogany, Vertical Grain Douglas Fir and White Oak as well as more unusual Maple, Black Walnut and Western Red Cedar options.
Wood is an efficient insulator because its cellular structure contains air pockets that limit its ability to conduct heat. Properly maintained wood windows can keep your home’s energy bills low for many years to come.
Take A Minute To Imagine Your Home’s Brand New Focal Point: A Wood Bay Window
A new bay or bow window immediately becomes the focal point for the home. This is not just another window. It consists of a shell that projects outside the home and contains three or more panels of windows. A bay or bow window completely transforms both the interior and the exterior of the home.
Featured Product Series: Marvin Custom Windows
Windows are one of the key elements to consider when looking to increase a home’s energy efficiency. You don’t have to sacrifice the architectural integrity and aesthetics of your home when replacing your home’s windows. Choose from an array of high-quality standard wood options, including Pine, Cherry, Douglas Fir, Mahogany, Vertical Grain Douglas Fir and White Oak. Alternatively, create a one-of-a-kind look with an unusual wood species including Maple, Black Walnut and Western Red Cedar. Marvin is committed to environmentally responsible forest management and guarantees all wood species are FSC-certified, including tropical hardwoods Cedro Macho and Mahogany.