Painted Interior Finish

Marvin now offers a White Painted Interior Finish option on the interior of all Marvin pine windows and doors. Please contact your local Marvin dealer for availability.

Quality and Durability

Marvin’s integrated prime and paint system is designed to work together for exceptional durability and paint adhesion. Marvin applies a coat of primer and a separate coat of paint to each individual wood piece. The window or door is then assembled. This process ensures that the primer and paint is applied evenly, creating a high quality, consistent finish. The Painted Interior Finish meets or exceeds WDMA TM 14-09 standards

The natural features and benefits of wood including wood grain will be present, radiating the warmth and character of real wood.


Painting windows and doors can be tedious and time-consuming. It often requires removing hardware and leaving the window or door open while the paint dries. Having windows and doors painted after delivery can also add time and cost to a project. That’s why Marvin’s new White Painted Interior Finish option is the ideal solution.

Environmentally Friendly

Painted Interior Finish also has environmental benefits. The water based enamel primer and paint has Zero Volatile Hazardous Air Pollutants (VHAPs) and low Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). During the manufacturing process, state of the art paint spray equipment is used to minimize any paint overspray or waste. VOCs are captured and filtered to minimize impact to the environment. The Painted Interior Finish option also eliminates off gassing at the jobsite and provides improved air quality.

Marvin Windows and Doors is part of The Marvin Companies, a family of windows and doors brands offering best-in-class solutions to meet the needs of the residential, replacement and commercial markets. Learn More.


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