Jeld-Wen Debuts Sustainable Windows

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Twenty-eight percent more visible glass provides occupants with more natural light and reduces energy consumption.

Jeld-Wen Auraline Composite Patio Doors.
Auraline Composite Patio Doors. Image courtesy of Jeld Wen

Leading door and window manufacturer Jeld-Wen has introduced Auraline True Composite, a new line of windows and patio doors. Auraline provides an alternative to wood and vinyl without compromising on strength or durability.

The new line is GREENGUARD Gold certified, in line with Jeld-Wen’s commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency. The products are engineered with wood fiber, synthetic polymers and a co-extruded color to reflect the look of wood but with less maintenance.

Auraline windows and doors feature up to 28 percent more visible glass, so occupants can enjoy more natural light and lowered energy consumption from artificial lighting. The products also contain at least 30 percent of composite material derived from reclaimed sources.

In addition to its energy-efficient design, Auraline True Composite is also available in PG35 standard, category-best PG50 and LC-rated options. The new line is offered in a variety of styles to suit modern and traditional looks. Builders can choose from a white or black finish, while a chestnut finish will be available later this year. Coordinating hardware finishes are available in white, black and satin nickel.

The Auraline products currently on the market are single-hung windows with a removable side-load bottom sash that open vertically; two- and three-panel sliding windows that open horizontally; and two panel sliding patio doors available in multiple configurations to match windows. Jeld-Wen plans to release additional units later this year.

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