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Heartwood Fine Windows and Doors

by Arts & Crafts Editor
HeartWood Fine Windows & Doors has been dedicated to the art and science of fenestration and entry systems since 1947. We pride ourselves in producing what our clients recognize as the most beautiful, durable, and functional windows and doors made anywhere.
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Windows & Doors (on the inside)

by Mary Ellen Polson
Choosing new or replacement doors and windows that look right on the exterior façade is how most people think of the task. But, especially in retrofitting to an old house, it’s just as important to specify units that don’t clash with interior woodwork and the décor.
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Windows and Doors Windows in the top of the wall are typical over inglenooks or built-ins that flank the fireplace. Fixed transoms with art glass are mounted over single-light windows; simple curtains are hung below the mullion.

Bungalow Windows

by Patricia Poore
Bays and bump-outs, Prairie glass and diamond panes and cloud-lift muntins: artistic windows.
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Sources for Windows & Doors

by Lori Viator
This Expo in print is an exclusive list of contemporary manufacturers of doors and windows compatible with houses in the bungalow and Craftsman styles, as well as Shingle Style houses, Tudors, English Arts & Crafts styles, Spanish Revival houses, and for new buildings of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Windows and Doors Windows (by Weather Shield)  in a new house are a twist on the Arts & Crafts three-over-one type. Gridley + Graves Photographers.

Pretty Windows

by Mary Ellen Polson
Manufacturers today show a much greater sensitivity to style and custom arrangements. You have good options whether you need to replace windows or use compatible ones in an addition or new-house construction.
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AMW Door and Window

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Based in Connecticut, AMW Door and Window designs and manufactures custom doors and windows to echo your personal style.
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Crestview Doors

by Arts and Crafts Editor
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Andersen Windows

by Arts and Crafts Editor
The privately owned business was founded in 1903 by Danish immigrant Hans Andersen and his family in Hudson, Wisconsin, where logs arrived via the St. Croix River. Today, Andersen Corporation is an international enterprise employing over 9,000 people at more than 20 locations with headquarters in Bayport, Minnesota, a 2.8 million-square-foot facility that covers 65 acres. Andersen annually manufactures more than six million wood windows and doors, with sales worldwide.
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Marvin Windows and Doors

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Create a magnificent entrance with mahogany entry doors from Marvin. Marvin also offers replacement windows, designer window and door hardware and other custom-crafted options, each ensuring that every element of your home is completely built around you.
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Innerglass Window Systems

by Arts and Crafts Editor
The Innerglass Window is a glass Interior Storm Window for energy conservation & soundproofing that maintains the integrity and beauty of your historic windows. They are a real breakthrough in the affordable upgrading of homes and buildings to modern standards of energy efficiency and comfort. Tests show the Innerglass Window to be up to 5 times more effective in lowering heating bills than outside storm windows.
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Climate Seal / Acoustical Surfaces

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Their storm window insert system offers performance, ease of use, and aesthetic invisibility. Because of their solid reputation, Climate Seal storm windows have been installed in some of America’s most historic landmarks, museums, and National Park Service.
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