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Aerosol Expanding Form Insulation
A liquid foam insulation contained in an aerosol can which when applied dries
solid. This type of insulation is generally not recommended by Marvin for insulating
between the rough
opening and jambs because
of its inherent characteristic to continue to expand after it has been applied.
There maybe some exceptions when required by building codes.
A durable lightweight specially designed sheathing film (or membrane) placed
over the exterior sheathing and around doors and windows to reduce air
Lumber that has been dried in the open air.
The aluminum frame around a screen or energy
A piece of casing or decorative trim installed against
the wall immediately beneath the stool of a window.
colorless and odorless gas used to fill the airspace between insulating Low E II glass. The addition of argon increases
the insulating performance of the Low E II glass.
moulding applied to one stile of an Inswing French
Door, Outswing French Door, Sliding French Door or French Casemaster window unit
which the other door panel or window sash strikes. Usually head and footbolt devices
will be found on the astragal side.
Single units mulled together.
Authentic Divided Lite
Permanent stationary muntins and bars separate the glass
in a window or door sash to give the sash two or more authentic
lites of glass.
Awning Window Unit
A combination of frame and sash, hinged at the top of the
vertical jambs which allows the unit to pivot from the top
with the sash opening to the exterior of the building.
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