Marvin Architectural Brings Variety to the Home with Bay Windows

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Marvin Architectural Bay Windows to lend unique identity to Ireland homes

Dunlavin, Ireland, February 18th, 2011 Irish wood manufacturers Marvin Architectural ( is bringing variety to home owners, builders and architects with its selection of bay windows. With a full range of window styles available to choose in the creation of a bay, Marvin allows house owners and their construction partners to make the right choices no matter what their style.

Marvin Architectural is able to supply casement windows or a variety of sliding sash windows, depending on the style of home and the budget available. In the casement range, Marvin Architectural offers a single type of window but a variation in terms of finish.

In the sash window department, Marvin Architectural offers three basic variations, all of which can be augmented by add-ons and cladding.

The bay windows supplied by Marvin Architectural can be created using any of these windows. With a combination of beautiful styling and modern fixtures and fittings, the finished bay installations offer a perfect place to let the outside in, in any home design or refurbishment project.

The bay windows supplied by Marvin Architectural are glazed with low emissivity double panes as standard. Other options are available on request, so customers and architects can get in touch with Marvin Architectural ( if they have particular requirements.

The glass in all the windows supplied by Marvin Architectural is toughened to be three times stronger than standard glass. Specific extra ratings of glass are always available on demand.

About Marvin Architectural
Marvin Architectural is an Ireland based wood manufacturers that designs and supplies windows and doors for the building trade. All windows supplied by Marvin Architectural are designed to exceed industry specifications.

Contact Us:
Marvin Architectural
Stephen Street
Co. Wicklow
Telephone: 045 - 401 000
Fax: 045 - 401 001


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