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Maryland Home Builders turn to JELD-WEN Windows for New Home Construction

New Home ConstructionIf you read our blog last week, “Energy Efficiency, Replacement Windows, and your Home,” you know just how important JELD-WEN Windows are for a home. These benefits, however, are not only reserved for existing homes, but also New Home Construction. After all, there are several reasons Maryland Home Builders constantly turn to JELD-WEN: energy efficiency, durability, quality, aesthetic appeal, and more.

Maryland Home Builders turn to JELD-WEN Windows for New Home Construction

JELD-WEN is one of the leading manufacturers of windows, available in replacement and new home construction lines. JELD-WEN window lines include: wood, clad, vinyl, and aluminum construction and low-E and argon-filled glass for high efficiency.

JELD-WEN windows are primarily sold through official dealers, such as Architectural Window Supply. This relationship makes it easy for dealers, like Architectural Window Supply, to get the model and make Maryland home builders want and need for their new home construction.

Benefits of JELD-WEN Windows for New Home Construction

  1. Aesthetic Appeal: JELD-WEN windows are known for their aesthetic appeal. Take a moment to browse the window gallery on
  2. Energy Efficiency: JELD-WEN windows feature an insulating glass unit of two or three panes, as well as energy efficient coatings. Once these advanced windows are fitted perfectly into you window space, the transfer of heat and cold out of the home becomes regulated, improving energy efficiency.
  3. Home Value: Finally, a quality window, like JELD-WEN, helps improve home value. And, as Maryland home builders know, home value is the name of the game.

If you have any questions about JELD-WEN Windows for New Home Construction or wish to schedule a free consultation, please contact Architectural Window Supply by calling 410-266-5254 or visit our website! You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

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