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Hope’s Windows, Inc. to Feature Old World Suite at NAHB International Builders’ Show

Hope’s Windows, Inc. to Feature Old World Suite at NAHB International Builders’ Show

Jamestown, NY – Hope’s Windows, Inc., the nation’s leading and most experienced manufacturer of custom-designed, solid hot-rolled steel and solid bronze window and door systems, announces that it will be attending the NAHB International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, Nevada from January 31st to February 3rd at booth SU1041. 

Hope’s Windows, Inc. will be showcasing their Old World Suite™ Series of steel windows and doors which are designed to mesh the best of both past and present, taking inspiration stylistically from the old world and combining it with the efficient performance of the present. The thin and sophisticated arrow-shaped steel frames of the Old World Suite™ Series represent past architectural design while packing the power of hundreds of years of advancements in effective operating performance. This dynamic duo results in a completely unique luxury window and door system, geared toward the residential market.

The Jamestown™ Series features slender sightlines and is an ideal collection for projects that require oversized doors or windows because of its capability to accommodate bigger sizes without extra reinforcements or mullions. Various glass sizes are available as well as enhancements such as blast resistance, bullet resistance, fire rated, and hurricane/impact rated. 

Similar to the Jamestown™ Series, the Landmark™ Series features classic solid steel doors and windows with slim sightlines – slimmer than the Jamestown™ Series. This energy-efficient collection has thermal evolution and hurricane/impact rated enhancements available. Its fully welded construction has square and sloped glazed beading for either interior or exterior installation. 

These three fully developed, tested, and certified product series, ideal for both residential and commercial use, capture Hope’s Windows Inc’s innovative thought in design in regard to custom fabrication and historical preservation. They are eager to share these effectively operable luxury options with the guests of the International Builders’ Show.

For more information on model options and company offerings, visit HopesWindows.com.

Additional information on the upcoming NAHB International Builders’ Show can be found at www.buildersshow.com