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Standard Features

  • Fully welded, rigid PVC vinyl frame will not chip, rot or peel and will never need to be painted.
  • Aluminum and steel reinforcements in the front mullion.
  • Clear 1-inch insulated glass package.
  • Top sloped insulating glass (a constant 35-degree pitch) is tempered for improved safety and unit integrity.
  • Both vents and deadlites have a built-in weep system and external glazing.
  • A two-part structural silicone is used to glaze the top slope and vertical deadlite portions of the unit.
  • Exterior grade plywood head board, seat board and jamb are 5/4-inch for improved structural and thermal performance; support brackets are not needed.
  • Locks and operators are mounted to the inside front area for easy access.
  • A multi-point locking system locks sash at top and bottom for a tighter seal and added security.
  • Engineered for new construction and remodeling applications.
  • The window is shipped completely assembled and ready to install. Fiberglass screens are included with every window.

Colors and Options

  • Head board, seat board and jamb are available in Birch or Oak veneer and White or Tan high-pressure laminate.
  • Standard frame colors are White and Tan.
  • Other colors are available by special order: Champagne or Cocoa exterior with White interior or White exterior with Light Oak woodgrain high-pressure laminate interior.
  • NEW! Contact your sales representative for more special order color selections!
  • One or more adjustable glass shelves with polished edges, brackets and standards. Depending upon the width of the unit, the glass thickness will be either 3/8-inch or 1/2-inch.
  • Highly recommended: Insulation board with an R value of 5 can be installed under the seatboard, increasing the R value to 6.22.
  • Jamb depth up to 31 inches.
  • A variety of glass types and grid options are available.

Product Photos

Downloads

PDF: Series 2050 Garden Window Brochure
PDF: Series 2050 Garden Window FAQs
PDF: Series 2050 Garden Window Installation Instructions
PDF: How to Measure a Garden Window