Stay Cool in Summer, Warm in Winter: The Magic of Infinity from Marvin Windows

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Elevate Your Home with Nex-Gen Windows and Doors: Discover the Power of Infinity From Marvin

Anyone who’s lived through a sweltering summer or a frigid winter knows the struggle of maintaining a comfortable home temperature. Drafty windows, inefficient insulation, and relentless sun rays can create a battleground where you’re always fighting against the elements. But what if your windows could be your allies in this fight? That’s where Infinity from Marvin windows come in.

The Secret: It's All About the Angles

Infinity from Marvin windows are designed with a special type of glass coating that harnesses the power of the sun’s changing angles throughout the year. Here’s how it works:


  • Summer Heat Blocker: In the summer, when the sun sits high in the sky, the coating acts like a shield, deflecting a significant amount of solar heat away from your home. This reduces interior heat gain, keeping your spaces naturally cooler and easing the load on your air conditioner.
  • Winter Warmth Welcomer: During the winter, when the sun hangs lower, the coating allows more of the sun’s warmth to passively enter your home. This added solar heat helps warm your living spaces and reduces your reliance on your furnace.

Benefits Beyond Temperature Control

Infinity from Marvin’s advanced window technology offers benefits beyond simple comfort:


  • Energy Savings: By reducing the need for heating and cooling, these windows can significantly lower your energy bills all year round.
  • Reduced UV Damage: The sun’s harsh UV rays can fade furniture, flooring, and artwork over time. Infinity windows filter out a considerable amount of UV radiation, helping to preserve your belongings.
  • Increased Comfort: No more shivering by drafty windows in winter or sweltering in an overheated room in summer. Enjoy consistent, comfortable temperatures throughout your home.

Ultrex Fiberglass: The Strength Behind the Innovation

Infinity windows aren’t just about the glass. They’re built with Ultrex fiberglass, a patented material that’s incredibly strong and durable. Here’s what makes it special:

  • Minimal Expansion and Contraction: Unlike vinyl or wood, fiberglass barely changes with temperature fluctuations. This means no leaks, no gaps, and a tight seal that helps your energy-saving glass do its job.
  • Resistance to Fading, Rot, and Warping: Ultrex is built to last. It won’t fade in the sun, rot due to moisture, or warp under extreme temperatures. Your Infinity windows will maintain their beauty and functionality for years to come.

Choosing the Right Infinity Window

Infinity from Marvin offers a variety of window styles and glass options. To maximize the energy efficiency for your climate, you’ll want to consider factors like:

  • Orientation: South-facing windows will naturally receive more sun exposure than north-facing windows.
  • Climate Zone: Window coatings can be tailored to provide varying levels of solar heat gain.
  • Style Preference: Thankfully, Infinity windows come in a wide range of styles to complement your home’s aesthetic.

Be sure to drop us a line or shoot us an email if you have any other questions for your windows!


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