A good window seals out cold, windy weather and admits as much light as possible into a house’s interior. While those functions seem rather obvious, some claim a new class of window can perform these duties better than any window made in the United States.
[To read more of Martin Holladay’s article from the August/September 2010 issue of Fine Hombuilding, click the link below.]
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