Coastline Picture Narrow Frame
Marvin Coastline Picture Narrow Frame is a rectangular picture window. The glass is glazed directly into the frame, eliminating the need for a sash, which results in narrow sightlines, more light, and unobstructed views. It also features a sleek, streamlined frame that will complement any contemporary aesthetic. Unlike vinyl, the aluminum frames on this impact resistant window will not become brittle, distort, or swell when exposed to the sun, extreme heat, and humidity. The Picture Narrow Frame window can withstand high winds and provides unsurpassed protection from flying debris generated by hurricanes and tropical storms.
Features of the Coastline Picture Narrow Frame
- Impact resistant window sizes available in widths and heights up to 12.5 feet and a max of 54 square feet
- Custom sized rectangular shapes for design flexibility
- Direct glazed for narrow sightlines
- Square glazing bead standard, ogee beads are available
- Eleven colors and wood grain finishes to choose from
- Impact glass provides more noise reduction than standard glass
- Energy saving Low-E glass coatings, tinting, and insulated glass options
- Meets the most stringent hurricane impact code requirements in North America
The look of multiple, individual panes of glass in window sashes and door panels is popular in a wide range of architectural styles – from historic replications to modern beach houses. Simulated divided lites replicate the look of individual panes while maintaining the advantages of a single pane of impact resistant glass, which is stronger and more energy efficient than multiple panes separated by muntin bars. Coastline simulated divided lites are available in several profiles and custom configurations to provide you the unconstrained design possibilities that your project deserves.
Simulated Divided Lite (SDL)
*Not all simulated glass profiles and configurations are compatible with all products. Check with your Marvin Coastline dealer for a recommendation on which profile is right for your project.