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Spring has Sprung?

Posted on: March 15, 2011

Here in Vermont, a week after a dumping of snow, the time has sprung forward and the sun is shining. Just seeing some sunshine, in this northern clime, has made for some pretty cheerful people!

We’re doing well, settling in to our new space and new building. We’ve a lot of “under construction” photos, but no one really been around taking pictures of the completed space. Tis a pity…

Had an interesting email and call yesterday. A woman with windows that tilt inwards at the top (if you wish), or fully open into the room. I said to her, “The only place I’ve ever seen those are in Germany.” And she replied, “That’s where they come from!”

Lucky for her, she has a great depth (over 2 inches) and can actually do what she wished: Attach sidetracks and have an inside-mount shade so that the shade stays attached to the window, whether it is tilted or fully opened! It was great to have the ability to see and talk to her, and discuss how these shades might work in her application.

We at welcome your “unusual” windows — with any lucky your project will be as workable as the Germany window pictured here.


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