Aluminum Doors and Windows
Western Window Systems is focused on helping people live better through remarkably beautiful moving glass walls and windows that blend the indoors with the outside. Inspired by modern living, our high-quality products are available in custom sizes, standardized sets, and massive dimensions for unlimited design possibilities in residential, prefab, retail, commercial, and multifamily projects. From superior craftsmanship and timeless design to exceptional customer service, Western Window Systems is a preferred choice of architects, builders, and homeowners throughout North America.
As durable as it is impeccably designed, the Series 7950 is built with premium-grade materials and a signature aluminum extrusion design utilizing proprietary Insulbar technology to further reduce energy consumption. A single track minimizes wall depth STC-rated for acoustic performance Compliant with California's rigorous Title 24 requirements
For a glass wall that can span an entire facade the Series 7630 delivers a durable, energy-efficient solution that allows for a modern look and more glass in a variety of weather conditions. Complete customization allows for sliding glass doors, ventilating windows, and hinged doors to directly mull to any combination of windows A performance grade of CW-PG100 at sizes up to 5 feet by 10 feet - Available in heights up to 16 feet, depending on the application
The Series 600's single-track sliding system allows for two, three, or four stackable panels for a wide variety of openings. The narrow, contemporary profile allows for more glass and natural light. Available in nearly any configuration (including an option to bi-part in the center) with panels up to 6 feet wide and 12 feet tall Options include thermally broken aluminum (for colder climates) and screen for optimal ventilation and protection against pests.
The Series 980's bold, modern look features a unique distribution of weight perfect for large entryways and a huge single panel of glass. Its aluminum frame means its energy efficient and low-maintenance, and it's customizable for most any residential or commercial project. Able to swing in or out Ideal in environments where a screen is not necessary Capable of meeting Americans with Disabilities Act requirements Able to be partnered with any of Western Window Systems window styles
The 2,300-square-foot home has four huge moving walls of glass that connect the interior of the open floor plan with a serene yard accented with water and fire elements.
On Glen Lake, just a few miles from Lake Michigan and nestled up next to Sleeping Bears Dunes National Lakeshore, is a Midcentury Modern renovation that makes the most of this summertime paradise.
Just blocks from the Pacific Ocean in Manhattan Beach, California, sits what has to be one of the most unique new homes in the area. And some - but certainly not all - of the credit for its uniqueness goes to the glassed-in crow's nest, accessed via a bridge over the front-hall entry. The third-floor space, with its unique frustum shape (cylindrical with a top wider than the bottom) bi-parting the butterfly roof, can serve as a place for meditation or as an office.
Spectacular views abound in north Phoenix neighborhoods, but one property by K2 Signature Homes offers an especially awe-inspiring smorgasbord of eye candy, thanks to its location and the builder's incorporation of numerous moving glass walls and windows that provide panoramic views of the surrounding sierra.
On the north side of Phoenix's iconic Camelback Mountain sits the latest treasure from Scottsdale-based architect Brent Kendle: a 4,800-square-foot modern home called the Cholla Vista House, featuring dramatic angles, vast roof canopies, and huge walls of moving glass.
Working with a lot measuring only 25 feet wide by 100 feet long, Siegal, owner of Venice, California-based architecture firm Office of Mobile Design, carefully fitted two stacking prefab modules to form the two-story 2,330-square-foot home.
Unspoiled Pacific views in a rehabbed midcentury La Jolla classic. Longtime San Diego architect Doug Austin has more than a few prestige credits under his belt, not the least of which was his appointment by the city's mayor to oversee the design and construction of the San Diego Padres home, Petco Park. And Austin's latest high-profile undertaking? Designing a renovation project that recently went on the market at the highest-ever asking price for a condominium in San Diego County history $10.1 million.
To get down to the business of designing Western Window Systems™ new manufacturing and corporate headquarters, international architecture firm Ware Malcomb first had to get know the company, its employees, its culture.
Ware Malcomb™s takeaways? A sense of creativity, fun, high energy, and working hard. Oh, and awesomeness.
So awesomeness is what lead architect Kevin Evernham aimed for. And he nailed it.
Completed in the fall of 2016, the William M. Lowman Concert Hall is a 298-seat auditorium that serves as the heart of the campus of Idyllwild Arts, one of the country™s top music prep schools, from which students from around the world graduate to eventually perform in the nation™s major orchestras.
Westlake Village boasts coastal breezes that can cool summer temperatures by as much as ten degrees compared to nearby San Fernando Valley. Residents in this bedroom community located on the line between Los Angeles and Ventura counties enjoy the vast surrounding open space, including hiking and horse trails, several golf courses and the expansive Santa Monica Mountains Recreational Area.
On Phoenix's famed Camelback Mountain sit some of the finest residences in the city. Most, if not all, afford their owners exhilarating vistas of the vast Valley of the Sun. One in particular gives its residents that and more - what its architect calls “an up close and personal view of the red rocks of Camelback.”
Turning an aging Cape Cod-style home, with its dark and rather dreary exterior, into an upbeat remodel, complete with open floor plan, stately façade, and lots of big glass, proved to be an award-winning venture for architect Brett Linscott.
The popular Sunset Idea House concept has returned to Beverly Hills with what's being called a “refresh” of a classic 1955 ranch-style home - and indoor-outdoor living is a big part of the dwelling's unique charm.
Best of all, because our products are completely customizable, you can select or combine options that meet your project's performance requirements.
Last Update: 2019-02-28