Weathershield Windows helps clients coast to coast from their corporate headquarters in northern Wisconsin. At Weathershield Windows, homeowners discover a variety of ways to turn their homes into stunning works of art. Here, the Weathershield Windows team gives a brief summary of the beautiful handiwork in their product line.
Community Blog: Hello, how are you doing today?
Weathershield Windows: I’m well. How about yourself?
Community Blog: I can’t complain. Looking forward to talking with you about your incredible doors and windows.
Weathershield Windows: Thanks! We’ve extremely happy to share the latest updates about our product line.
Community Blog: What’s traditionally the most sought-after window type among your customers?
Weathershield Windows: A popular option among our clients is the double hung style. This style is commonly used in most American styles of architecture.
Community Blog: How do they operate?
Weathershield Windows: Double hungs have two sash that slide vertically. The weight of the sash is counter balanced to offer smooth operation both up and down.
Community Blog: What other suggestions might you make for clients?
Weathershield Windows: Casement windows and awning windows provide an attractive view in any room. Casement windows in particular are a fine fit in difficult-to-reach places such as above countertops.
Community Blog: What are the advantages of slider windows?
Weathershield Windows: The homeowner can let the sunshine in with slider windows, not to mention some much-needed ventilation.
Community Blog: Where do slider windows differ from the others?
Weathershield Windows: Sliders slide horizontally allowing maximum ventilation without having a projecting sash that can interfere with room on decks.
Community Blog: Can clients design their own shape of windows?
Weathershield Windows: For a little bit of variety, special shape windows are stationary windows that can be found in different shapes such as geometric, rectangular, radius or even custom. Use them in combination with any of our other window styles for a beautiful atmosphere.
Community Blog: What if my home has no room for a swinging patio door?
Weathershield Windows: Then we’d likely steer you towards a sliding patio door. In this example, one of the door’s panels is stationary, and the other slides along a durable, strong track.
Community Blog: Can the client stray off the beaten path from these two options?
Weathershield Windows: Absolutely. The bi-fold door is connected with center hinges so that each panel can pivot. The panels open just like an accordion, allowing homeowners to maximize their view.
Community Blog: I’ve heard about a hinged patio door before. What’s that?
Weathershield Windows: A hinged patio door can be boiled down to a single world: elegant. This option is traditional in design, but with a glass panel hinged on each side.
Community Blog: How do the panels work?
Weathershield Windows: They swing outward or inward from the center. Patio doors, also known as French doors, feature an operating panel and a stationary panel that will swing open from hinges located on the center stile.
Community Blog: What a wealth of information you’ve given us today! Thanks so much.
Weathershield Windows: You’re certainly welcome; I’m glad we can help. And don’t forget that the Weathershield customer service team is available by email or phone for any other questions, concerns or comments.
Online at the company website weathershield.com, Weathershield Windows displays all of their products in a convenient and easy-to-read listing. Weathershield Windows has been serving clients nationwide since 1955.