metal window

metal window

A metal frame, with or without a sash, which accommodates glazing.
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Increasing nonresidential building construction spending will also boost metal window and door demand.
But replacing metal window frames with flammable wooden versions seems crazy.
But bowed metal window frames facing the crater remained as a reminder until the building was demolished in 1998.
It's a long, single-storey building, with a corrugated iron roof and metal window frames of the kind that became obsolete after the 1950s.
Sitting in front of an unspectacular backdrop of metal window blinds, Santorum appeared to be sequestered in a cheap hotel room.
The first significant emergence of metal windows occurred early in the Industrial Revolution with cast metal window frames.
The weapon fired, grazing 24-year-old Julian Pscheid on the top of the head and lodging in a metal window frame of the building.
Sales of metal window and door frames increased by $2.
alleges that he damaged a fence, metal window shutter and window, wires and cables, five CCTV cameras and fire alarms.
Detailing and materials have an admirably simple honesty of expression--white plaster walls, blond timber floors, clear glass and grey metal window frames.
However, during the night he tied his belt to the top of a metal window in the room and hanged himself.