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Modern Steel Windows: Will they Stand the Test of Time?



Steel windows and doors have made a monumental revival from the historic factory-style steel windows of the late 19th century. Today’s modern steel window and door might surprise you as thermal efficiency, durability and upkeep are better than ever. Additionally, thin lines, large glass, and maximum daylighting make these products enduringly popular with architects and designers from every design medium. But as many have seen historic steel windows succumb to corrosion and rust, the question arises: How well do modern steel windows and doors hold up over time? The Modern Steel Window The ...

Jada Steel Windows and Doors Featured on Cover of Luxe Magazine



Jada Windows is proud to be featured on the cover of the San Francisco November/ December 2016 edition of Luxe Interiors + Design magazine. Luxe Interiors + Design, which celebrates regional architecture and design, showcased a beautiful vacation home nestled amongst the vineyards and hills of St. Helena designed by Northern California firm Wade Design Architects. The Napa Valley vacation home designed by Luke Wade, principal architect and co-founder of Wade Design, evokes the coziness of a wood cabin. Wade choose 12 ½-feet-tall Jada windows and doors to bring in ...

Why is Full Flange Attachment in Steel Windows and Doors Important?



We often get asked how our steel window and door products are installed into a building. We add a full perimeter flange to the exterior framing as well as add welded intermediate brackets to anchor the product to the inside of the frame. The flange is significant because it connects the weight of the product to the building frame, and provides a bridge that supports the waterproofing layers. These methods of attachment are familiar with most western construction methods and waterproofing professionals look for these details because of their ...

Thermally Broken Steel Corner Locking Sliding Door



This top hung pocketing steel slider with a zero transition sill is a stunning example of how to enhance the indoor/outdoor lifestyle that is desired in today’s architecture. We have engineered a sliding product in steel to match the proportion, sightline and detail of our hinged products. This complex unit offers a number of distinct features: thermally broken steel profile, corner locking, pocketing, top hung, and steel sliding screens. See our sliding systems to learn more.
Energy Values
Thermal Design
glazing
Finish
Hardware
Automation
Attachment
Divided Lites
Mullions & Corners
Multi-Point
Escutcheons
Hinges & Finials
Screens
Door Sills
Safety