Wood Windows

As with other building products made from wood, the source of that wood should be an important consideration. Currently, only a very few manufacturers use FSC-certified wood as a standard frame material, though more use it in certain components or as a special-order option. (Certification to Forest Stewardship Council—FSC—standards involves third-party evaluation and monitoring of sustainable forestry practices.) Energy performance is the primary green consideration of windows, and new developments in window technology enable today's products to far outperform those of a few decades ago. Among the improvements are multiple glazing layers, low-conductivity gas fills, better seals on insulated glazing units, heat-reflective (low-emissivity) coatings, advanced weather-stripping, and new frame systems.

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Products in Wood Windows

Bieber Architectural Windows
Casagrande Woodworks
European Architectural Supply, Inc.
Portofino Fine Doors and Windows
Sorpetaler USA
Hurd Millwork Company
New England Fenestration, LLC
Zola European Windows