Types of Window Shapes for Infinity from Marvin Replacement Windows
Perhaps you’ve heard good things about Infinity from Marvin replacement windows, with their strong, energy-efficient Ultrex fiberglass frames. Now you’re wondering if this product line offers the shapes, sizes, and operating styles you want to install in your home. Here’s a complete look at the types of window shapes available for Infinity from Marvin.
Infinity from Marvin Double-Hung Windows
The classic look of double-hung windows is available in durable, easy-to-maintain Ultrex fiberglass. Infinity from Marvin offers smooth operation, modern hardware, and convenient tilt-in cleaning features for a beautiful, functional addition to your home. Choose to install individual double-hung windows or several in a row for more natural light and ventilation options.
Infinity from Marvin Sliding Windows
Also called gliding windows, this option provides an expansive view of the exterior. Sliders are a good choice if pivoting casements aren’t a suitable fit. The balance between smooth operation and a tight seal makes sliding windows a popular choice for many types of homes. Choose from various options, including left, right, and triple-sash configurations.
Infinity from Marvin Casement Windows
Popular in modern homes, casement windows pivot outward on hinges located on either the left or right side. Infinity from Marvin offers unique casement window features that set them apart from other manufacturers. For example, the standard EasyWash hinge makes cleaning both sides of the window a breeze, while the optional ClearView hinge keeps the sash tight to the frame for the ideal viewing angle. Tuck-away folding handles ensure the hardware doesn’t distract from the beautiful Ultrex fiberglass frame.
Infinity from Marvin Awning Windows
This window style is like a casement window turned on its side, with hinges positioned at the top. Awning windows are typically smaller and reserved for increasing ventilation in tricky areas, such as walk-in closets and bathrooms. Infinity from Marvin awning windows come with unique features such as dual locking points, scissor arm operation, and folding hardware for a beautiful, durable addition to your home.
Infinity from Marvin Bay & Bow Windows
Increase the interest and natural light in any room by adding a bay or bow window, which protrudes beyond the foundation by 2 to 3 feet for panoramic views of the exterior. Bay windows typically come in three-panel configurations with double-hung or casement windows on the ends and a fixed center window. Bow windows have a gentler curve, with four to six panels, including operating windows in the outer two positions.
Infinity from Marvin Round Top Windows
A round top window may be perfect on its own or installed above an operable window for additional sunlight and visual interest. Infinity from Marvin offers several round top windows, including:
- Half round
- Half round above springline
- Eyebrow above springline
- Left quarter round
- Right quarter round
- Full circle
Infinity from Marvin Geometric Windows
When a unique roofline, contemporary design, or other feature demands a geometric window, Infinity from Marvin delivers! Expand your view and improve the appearance of your home with custom geometric shapes in a variety of sizes and configurations. Some of your options include:
- Trapezoidal windows
- Triangular windows
- Pentagonal windows
- Hexagonal windows
- Octagonal windows
- Asymmetrical windows
- And more!
Install Infinity from Martin Windows in MD, DC & VA
Whichever Infinity from Marvin window shape or operating style you prefer, find what you’re looking for from Quality Window & Door. We’re a premier Marvin dealer serving the DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas. For a free in-home consultation, feel free to contact us today. You can also visit one of our local showrooms in Maryland and Northern Virginia to see Infinity from Marvin windows in action and receive answers to all your questions.
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