wood window

wood window

A wood or wood-clad frame, with or without a ventilating sash, which accommodates glazing.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
com)-- The Sash Window Workshop has become a member of the British Woodworking Federation and Wood Window Alliance, the trade association for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing industry in the UK.
The aluminum replacements were removed revealing the original wood window frames.
s largest companies control 70% of the wood window and door market.
The study was undertaken for the Wood Window Alliance (WWA) and tested timber-based and PVCu window frames across 10 impact factors.
With a life of 40 to 50 years, a PVC window is touted as longer-lasting and more efficient than a wood window.
This latest Wood Window and Door Manufacturing Industry report provides the most updated market research on the industry.
Manufacture, supply and installation of wood window elements according to historical model (they are not standard products of the entrepreneur).
Brooks Gentleman has been in the wood window and architectural millwork business for the past 25 years and is currently the owner of Kansas City, MO-based Re-View, a manufacturer of custom wood window replicas for historic landmarks.
The current trend toward energy consciousness and misconceptions about the efficiency of wood windows are sending tons of perfectly good, repairable, wood window sash to the landfill unnecessarily," said Deborah Packard, the executive director of Preservation Worcester.
You can't beat the look of a real wood window box on a home.
wood window manufacturers should at least consider the following actions to increase the competitiveness of their products in the future: 1) establish training and education programs for Japanese construction professionals; 2) produce and distribute a generic window installation manual in Japanese; 3) translate product and installation information into Japanese; and 4) provide technical support and replacement parts for their windows in Japan.