Homeowners, builders, and architects have many choices when considering windows and doors for their project, but the most discriminating choose Weathershield. Reviews of Weathershield’s Premium line of top-tier windows and doors are the topic of today’s interview.
Interviewing Experts: Thank you for joining us today.
Weathershield Reviews Team: We appreciate the invitation.
Interviewing Experts: Can you explain the difference between contractor grade and architectural windows?
Weathershield Reviews Team: Contractor grade windows are basic windows that might come standard on any home. An architectural window is upgraded with features not found on basic models.
Interviewing Experts: Like what, for instance…?
Weathershield Reviews Team: Most architectural windows are outfitted with the most advanced energy saving and safety features. Also, these upscale windows are far more customizable than the standard set.
Interviewing Experts: So, more colors?
Weathershield Reviews Team: Yes, we have an impressive palette of colors and can mix just about any shade or hue under the sun.
Interviewing Experts: Speaking of the sun…are Weathershield windows UV protected?
Weathershield Reviews Team: We do offer several levels of protection from UV rays with our exclusive Zo-e Shield glass.
Interviewing Experts: What materials are these architectural windows typically made of?
Weathershield Reviews Team: Quality windows are made with only the best wood, extruded aluminum, and fiberglass or a combination of these materials.
Interviewing Experts: So, these are specially shaped windows?
Weathershield Reviews Team: They can be, yes, but we also have double hung, casement, and awning windows available in the Premium Series.
Interviewing Experts: Beyond energy saving, what other benefits do architectural grade windows offer?
Weathershield Reviews Team: Superior aesthetics – architectural windows are built to attract attention, whether it’s to replicate the history of a home or be featured as a focal point of a modern marvel.
Interviewing Experts: These windows are not the “out of the box” products available at big box stores then?
Weathershield Reviews Team: No, our Premium Series isn’t something that can be plucked off the shelf. Our dealers work closely with their customers to ensure a product fit for their most interesting projects.
Interviewing Experts: Are architectural windows eligible for tax credits or Federal rebates?
Weathershield Reviews Team: That depends on the local and state incentives available. Our website has a great deal of information on how to locate these rebates.
Interviewing Experts: How does Weathershield build windows to look old without compromising contemporary features?
Weathershield Reviews Team: Even our most historically accurate window will not look “old.” Our craftsmen take great pride in making windows that look right in any setting.
Interviewing Experts: These are really windows for higher-end homes, correct?
Weathershield Reviews Team: Architectural windows can be installed on any home. It is rare, however, that a higher-end home is built with basic windows. Buyers in a certain price point demand the best…they demand Weathershield. Reviews of luxury homes across the US show that Weathershield Premium Series windows add a touch of class that contractor-grade windows and doors cannot.
Interviewing Experts: If you are going to spend money on something, great windows and doors is definitely a sound investment.
Weathershield Reviews Team: Yes, it is.
Interviewing Experts: What architectural grade doors are available to match the Premium Series windows?
Weathershield Reviews Team: We offer hinged and sliding patio doors as well as bi-fold and telescoping models up to 24’ x 10’.
Interviewing Experts: Unfortunately, we are out of time for today. Thank you so much for chatting with us.
Weathershield Reviews Team: Anytime!
Weathershield is a manufacturer of high-quality windows and patio doors. The company was founded by Edward Schield in 1955. Based out of Medford, Wisconsin, Weathershield reviews the real estate market constantly in order to ensure their products exceed national expectations. Weathershield’s direct-to-dealer products include construction and architectural-grade wood, vinyl, aluminum, and fiberglass products. For more information, visit weathershield.com