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Because many people consider the Marvin® Window & Door line to be somewhat intimidating with its multitude of products and wealth of options, Hamilton Building Supply structured an entire division dedicated to Marvin® Windows & Doors. Marvin windows and doors are engineered for superior performance and unmatched durability. They are gorgeous in appearance, durable in structure and sure to transform any home or commercial building into an architectural beauty. There are many advantages to selecting Marvin Windows & Doors, including:

  • Marvin Windows & Doors are made-to-order in custom shapes, sizes and designs to match unique architecture and performance needs.
  • Marvin offers an extensive array of extruded aluminum exterior clad colors, each with a durable protective finish that resists fading and chalking.
  • Fully integrated window shades appear seamlessly as a part of the window or door, blending into your home’s aesthetic while controlling light and mood.
  • Marvin provides an array of high-quality standard and specialty wood options to match any project or design.
  • Elegant window and door hardware is available in a number of styles and finish options to complement your design aesthetic.
  • Specialty glass options lend a unique touch and add privacy while still allowing light into a room.
  • Marvin windows and doors are engineered with superior energy efficiency and glass performance for the best energy efficiency possible.
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A Marvin® Renovation - the Blog

Background of the video: Marvin® and Hamilton Building Supply teamed up with Architectural Digest and Design Milk blogger Jaime Derringer to help Jaime renovate the kitchen in her mid-century California-style contemporary ranch. Keith Coleman, president of Hamilton Building Supply, decided to use Marvin® Ultimate Sliding French Doors and Flat Casing to replace Derringer’s outdated vinyl sliding glass doors. The Marvin® doors add a nice architectural element and increase energy efficiency. Please click here a link to Youtube video: The House Milk Kitchen Project to link to the Marvin® video documenting this project.