This beautiful Ranch Style Estate home was built in the Foothills of Southern Alberta.
The Rustic front entry, by Simpson Doors (custom style #7218), gives a warm welcoming feeling to this home. Casement/Fixed Sash windows in a Black Metal Clad with Craftsman style Simulated Divided Lites and a Clear Hemlock interior painted a soft white, opens this home to magnificent views of the Rocky Mountains.
This Frank Lloyd Wright inspired design is located in SW Calgary Alberta.
This home is a definite eye-catcher, with its long span of symmetrical dark brown Metal Clad windows and the intricate geometrical Simulated Divided Lite patterns. Using the Casement/Fixed Sash and Awning style windows the home owner was able to achieve exactly what they desired.
Stunning Contemporary home by Newgrowth Fine Homes, located in NW Calgary Alberta.
Anodized Metal Clad/Wood picture windows give this home a wide open spectacular view of the city. Combining the Casement window with the Picture allows the architect to achieve the true contemporary sight lines. An interior frame of clear hemlock with minimal details give way to the perfect contemporary interior finishing’s. Given it’s openness to the outside elements the Dual Low-E Argon glazing was used for energy efficiency.
Estate home located in the Foothills of Southern Alberta.
White uPVC Casement/Picture windows complimented by Specialty Camber Top windows are accented with Simulated Divided Lites to complete the design. Triple Pane, Double Low-E Argon glazing gives this home outstanding energy efficiency with an R-Value of 8.1, keeping it comfortable all year round. The white interior uPVC frames and white hardware give a crisp clean interior appearance.
Outstanding Mid-Century Home located in Southern Alberta.
Incorporating the use of our Casement/Picture/Awning window profiles in a Charcoal uPVC exterior gave the builder the ability to replicate this Mid-Century look. The clean lines and striking white uPVC interior complete with white interior hardware give the necessary simplistic appearance. Dual Low-E Argon glazing was used to provide efficiency required for this country estate home.