Views and Styles

Milgard Woodclad was the right choice for this Vancouver resident, the casement window gets twice the air flow and no bar in the sight line. What a difference a craftsman look can make.
Fresh air, what a difference!
In Lake Oswego, an XOX Casement added view and style, we chose Milgard Ultra Fiberglass to get a black exterior color (not shown)
Getting rid of the upper vertical bar give this Portland home a great view and an open feeling
Tweaking the grid option is often a good thing. Sometimes less is more!
Getting rid of the vertical bar will always make the window seem larger and the view MUCH better
A new entry door added light and a custom look to the front
Lowering the Bedroom window to an XOX gives the front elevation balance, while the grids on the sides accent nicely – leaving the center open for a clean view
Lowering a 36” tall bedroom window updates the look, increases light and meets the current egress code (even though you don’t need to)
Going to a large picture window and an awning window on the first floor really increased their view
A picture window seems to look a third larger
A classic craft American door adds light and style to the entry (having the product pre-stained is also an option)
What a difference this door made in this Lake Oswego home
Adding a cottage grid to this French patio sliding door is a nice touch
EnergyGuard does interior doors too!

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