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Marvin Ultimate Caement vs. Integrity

Posted by pps7 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 9, 09 at 23:12

I'm a little comfused as to the difference. This is for new construction. Our interior was going to be primed pine, so will these 2 windows look the same on the inside? The cladding color of our choice- bronze is available in both. The front and sides of our home have SDL, the rear of the house does not have SDL.

I'm wondering if we should do the ultimate clad for the front and sides and Integrity for the rear. Is there a durability difference in the Ultrex and aluminum clad? And the rest of the window-is the Integrity any less solid wood?


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RE: Marvin Ultimate Caement vs. Integrity

They will not look at all alike, the Ultimate is aluminum clad exterior the Integrity is Ultrex which is a pultruded fiberglass. The Integrity line was made to complement the Ultimate line as a less expensive line built to compete with te Andersen 400 series. There are really no custom sizes or options available for the line and the SDL would have no bar between the glass and the interior profile of the sash is completely different


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