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Wood windows Available in: Awning, Casement, Fixed, Double Hung Built from AuraLast® Wood (Pine) - The Wood That Does Not Rot. Other species include Alder and Douglas Fir. Other options include 22 clad colors, grilles, and ENERGY STAR®. Features: Custom Capabilities: size, shape, glass, grille design Exterior Clad Color Options: 9 standard colors, 13 optional colors and 7 anodized clad exterior colors Exterior Wood Options: Natural or Primed AuraLast Pine Interior Wood Species: natural or primed AuraLast pine, douglas fir, alder Interior Finishes: 9 standard wood interior finishes Trim Options: exterior clad and wood trim profiles, interior wood trim profiles Glass Options: Low-E 366 and Neat standard with energy efficient, protective, textured, tinted options available Hardware Options: 9 window hardware finishes options - as well as optional factory installed Window Opening Control Device (WOCD) Maintenance Level: moderate Project Type: new construction and replacement ENERGY STAR® Certified Options: yes Sustainable Solutions: AuraLast® Wood (pine) is standard. Two wood-source certification options are available on AuraLast® Wood: Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) or Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®). Warranty: 20 year general warranty & lifetime limited warranty against rot and termites

Jeld Wen

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JELD-WEN is one of the world's leading manufacturers of reliable windows and doors. Our extensive product offering encompasses windows, exterior doors, interior doors and related building products that are sold globally through multiple distribution channels, including retail home centers, wholesale distributors and building products dealers. Consistently ranked as Oregon's largest privately owned company, JELD-WEN began in 1960 as a small Oregon millwork plant with 15 employees and today has approximately 20,000 employees across more than 100 locations in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. These strategically located facilities aim to serve their localities to best accommodate regional preferences and standards, and help minimize resources and costs required for transportation. JELD-WEN's secret to longer-lasting wood windows and doors is an exclusive manufacturing process that protects against wood rot, water saturation, and termites. This process is how we make AuraLast Wood. Unlike dip-treated wood, which is common in the industry, JELD-WEN's vacuum pressure process forces the protective ingredients all the way through to the core of the wood for virtually 100% penetration. We use a closed-loop, water-based system, which reduces volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) by 96% compared to the ordinary method of dip-treating wood in open vats of petroleum-based fluids. Our intense, vacuum pressure process also results in using less preservative to achieve an even greater level of effectiveness. The reliability of AuraLast wood is only available at JELD-WEN. In addition to revolutionizing the wood window and door market with AuraLast wood, you can count on JELD-WEN for:
  • World class service before, during and after a sale
  • Industry-leading warranties
  • Short lead times and on-time, accurate orders
  • A knowledgeable network of dealers
  • Experienced Architectural Consultants and Commercial Solutions Team
JELD-WEN was founded by Richard "Dick" Wendt, an entrepreneur at heart, who learned the art of managing a manufacturing company under the tutelage of his father, Caradco executive Lester Wendt. In 1957, Iowa-based Caradco sent Dick to Oregon to help run the company's millwork plant in Klamath Falls. Caradco decided to sell the plant at auction. Dick and four business partners, Larry Wetter, John Biehn, Gerry Wickersham, and Bill Taylor bought many of the assets on October 25, 1960 and named the new company JELD-WEN. The name JELD-WEN had already been in use for a number of years by the Wendt family; in the 1930s Lester Wendt bought a small farm outside of Dubuque, Iowa, as a family retreat. After holding a family contest to name the farm, Dick's cousin Jeanette Coughlin thought of the name JELD-WEN, an acronym for the names of Dick's immediate family, and a shortened version of Wendt. With just 15 employees, JELD-WEN quickly gained the reputation of producing a reliable product. After just two years, JELD-WEN became successful enough to begin acquiring new manufacturing facilities and expand its product offering. One secret of the initial success of JELD-WEN was the company's resourcefulness and deliberate decision to use for a high-value purpose every last bit of raw resource that entered its doors, a philosophy that still stands true today. While the company looked for new business ventures to advance the company, it also was committed to investing in the local community. In 1969, the JELD-WEN Foundation was established. The JELD-WEN Foundation was and continues to be dedicated to providing financial assistance through grants, scholarships, and matching JELD-WEN employees' voluntary United Way donations. Today JELD-WEN employs approximately 20,000 people worldwide and has manufacturing and distribution locations across the United States and in more than 20 countries.

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