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On the Wellington Village project we also used Marvin retractable screens, as well as Marvin Complete cellular light filtering shades. These were greatly appreciated innovations for the client, in particular, the retractable screen which allows for a laundry line from the second floor to be accessed easily from the laundry room.
We also used tri-pane low e1, tempered low e1, this home is built to R2000 standards.
The satin nickel hardware on doors, white hardware and screen surrounds on windows, custom patio doors, structural assemblies were all attibutes of the Marvin product put to use as well as a custom front door, and oversized windows. Stone white exterior, primed white interior with drywall returns on all windows as a finishing detail.

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