Storm Windows and Screens
Allied Window is a manufacturer of Custom "Invisible" Storm Windows® for historic and other renovation projects on commercial or residential buildings. They have extensive experience with courthouses, city halls, and other governmental buildings where aesthetics, size, special shapes, custom colors, special glazing materials, and historic preservation needs present special challenges. Their products have been used extensively on historically certified projects, including Faneuil Hall and The Old State House in Boston, and (10) residences of our American Presidents. Fixed, magnetic, sliding or lift-out designs are available. Units are custom-designed to adapt to existing window openings.
- Balancing aesthetics, energy savings, sash protection, noise reduction, comfort and cost.
- Interior or exterior models
- Custom colors to match any sample
- Custom shapes to match existing profiles
- Custom glazing, including bowed and tempered glass
- Between-glass blind system for light control
- Custom screens for ventilation
Single-Panel Custom "Invisible" Storm Windows®. Lifts out for easy cleaning. Ideal where ventilation is not important.
Storm windows for historical preservation projects can be some of the most challenging. The combination of unobtrusive appearance that will not detract from structural elements, and the need for product performance, create challenges that can only be overcome through a custom solution. At Allied Window, we have applied our expertise in storm window design, fabrication, and installation to a wide range of historical sites. As an industry leader and the most capable storm window company in the market today, countless customers have relied on our expertise to provide innovative solutions that deliver unbeatable value, UV reduction, and energy savings.
One thing that Ivy League schools such as Yale and Princeton have in common is windows. This project is an example of how we were able to apply our years of experience, and further prove why we are considered the most capable storm window company in the industry. Although these schools are rivals, they share similar architectural styles. This project involves upgrading a number of buildings, which were a combination of old and new structures including dormitories, and historic lecture halls. In fact, Albert Einstein once taught in one these halls.
When it comes to storm window installations for U.S. Government buildings, no other manufacturer can match the expertise, and experience of Allied Window. Our leadership role in the industry comes from a history of providing quality and value that dates back to 1950. Part of this is due to our work on government buildings that include several governor's mansions and hundreds of courthouses from Maine to New Mexico. Architects assigned to government building projects across the United States have put their trust in our ability to meet all of their design and budgetary criteria. Our custom invisible storm windows are designed to optimize aesthetics, deliver robust performance, and facilitate a high degree of energy efficiency.
As urban areas across America change and shift, usage of many buildings has had to adjust to accommodate a new influx of city dwellers. Various types of commercial and industrial buildings, no longer viable for their intended application are being converted to modern residential spaces. The project highlighted here is an example of a major conversion that we helped to complete in Cleveland, Ohio.
Converting industrial buildings to luxury apartments can pose many serious challenges. Features that were never meant for residential use can create circumstances that can only be overcome with innovative designs and out of the box thinking. Our work on the New Braunfels Landmark Lofts, highlights one occasion where our years of experience and expertise in storm window design and fabrication allowed us to deliver an innovative, cost-effective solution.
Cincinnati Union Terminal has remained part of Cincinnati's heritage since 1933. First a train station, then a war zone with 3 million service men & women coming through its doors in the 1940's…then a Shopping Mall…and finally its purpose was redefined as a Museum Center. Its fate has not always been safe. With much hard work, determination and faith the dreamers, visionaries and do-ers of a dedicated Greater Cincinnati community have restored the depot of memories and history. In a $228 million renovation; architects, general contractor, builders, men and women of all trades were chosen for the task of restoring and preserving the Queen City's Union Terminal - the results…a Grand Restoration to recreate Union Terminal's original look. Allied Window, Inc was chosen to design, manufacture and install the storm windows.
Allied Window and Beacon Hill Restoration have collaborated on numerous historic house projects and museums over the years and have established a reputation as a team willing to tackle the most challenging of situations. Inherent with all our historic house restorations, is the fact that each and every window opening has its own particular issues. This Victorian home, with its typical host of different window types, presented an additional challenge for both Beacon Hill Restoration and Allied Window, as we worked through the best possible campaign to breathe new life into the original window fabric and protect the clients investment with a storm panel that offered optimal performance while highlighting its nineteenth century fenestration.
The team of Allied Window Inc. and Mozer Works have years of experience working with historic homes and structures. When the owners of a historic brownstone called upon Allied Window to create custom storm windows for their home, they were referred to Mozer Works, Inc., Allied's dealer in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area. The challenges of this particular home gave us the chance to put our abilities to the test.
Last Update: 2021-02-02