When you think of wood windows, you may be imagining those in older houses that never open correctly and let huge drafts into interior spaces. In the 21st century, wood windows have gotten a lot more durable with some added help. Now, you can enjoy the beauty of wood on the inside with cladding on the exterior with clad-wood windows. Cladding can be aluminum, vinyl, or fiberglass.
On the interior, choose a stain to highlight the features in those rooms while you can also add a factory finish on the cladding as well.
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