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We had used Kenny's services several years prior for the shutters in our Oxnard house. When we moved to Camarillo, we were pleased to discover that the company was not only still in business, but actually growing and doing very well. Again, they delivered a great job! As a local contractor and a repeat customer, I would definitely recommend Meridian for all of your window covering needs. Meridian Window Products Net : Our new location has effectively doubled the size of our showroom as well as our ability to showcase working samples of the products we offer. More than twice the size of our old showroom and warehouse, with more than twice the amount of floor samples. While most companies in our industry are downsizing, we continue to grow. Though the economy is rough, our customers tell us that our customer service and dedication to their satisfaction is the biggest factor in choosing our company over the competition.

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The lites in a window sash are divided horizontally and vertically by narrow strips of wood or metal called muntins. More substantial load bearing or structural vertical dividers are called mullions, with the corresponding horizontal dividers referred to as transoms. In the USA, the term replacement window means a framed window designed to slip inside the original window frame from the inside after the old sashes are removed. In Europe, however, it usually means a complete window including a replacement outer frame. A window composed of pieces of colored glass, transparent or opaque, frequently portraying persons or scenes. Typically the glass in these windows is separated by lead glazing bars. Stained glass windows were popular in Victorian houses and some Wrightian houses, and are especially common in churches. Window Meridian Products : A window with a hinged sash that swings in or out like a door comprising either a side-hung, top-hung (also called "awning window"; see below), or occasionally bottom-hung sash or a combination of these types, sometimes with fixed panels on one or more sides of the sash. In the USA these are usually opened using a crank, but in Europe they tend to use projection friction stays and espagnolette locking. Formerly, plain hinges were used with a casement stay. Handing applies to casement windows to determine direction of swing. The casement window is the dominant type now found in the UK and much of Europe. We recently remodeled our outdated kitchen, due to a leak and a flood...What a mess. When the kitchen was almost completed we decided to update the window treatments as well. We chose Meridian shutters and they are just beautiful. They complete the look of our new kitchen and we love them. The service from Meridian was terrific--very prompt

and professional. Thank you all. Sincerely, Becke and Tony Barlow Meridian Window Products Contact Plantation Shutters are much easier to clean than most window coverings. There are many options and styles to choose from. The first choice you want to make is the finish. If you want to keep the color light to match your base and/or crown moldings, you will want to choose Basswood Shutters that are painted a color that is close to the color of the trim in your home, or go with a Synthetic Shutter that only comes in a few shades of white and off white. Kenny Hammond The word Window originates from the Old Norse ‘vindauga’, from ‘vindr – wind’ and ‘auga – eye’, i.e. "wind eye". In Norwegian Nynorsk and Icelandic the Old Norse form has survived to this day (in Icelandic only as a less used synonym to gluggi), in Swedish the word vindöga remains as a term for a hole through the roof of a hut, and in the Danish language ‘vindue’ and Norwegian Bokmål ‘vindu’, the direct link to ‘eye’ is lost, just like for 'window'. The Danish (but not the Bokmål) word is pronounced fairly similar to window. Window is first recorded in the early 13th century, and originally referred to an unglazed hole in a roof. Window replaced the Old English ‘eagþyrl’, which literally means ‘eyehole,’ and ‘eagduru’ ‘eye-door’. Many Germanic languages however adopted the Latin word ‘fenestra’ to describe a window with glass, such as standard Swedish ‘fönster’, or German ‘Fenster’. The use of window in English is probably due to the Scandinavian influence on the English language by means of loanwords during the Viking Age. In English the word fenester was used as a parallel until the mid-1700s and fenestration is still used to describe the arrangement of windows within a façade. The lites in a window sash are divided horizontally and vertically by narrow strips of wood or metal called muntins. More substantial load bearing or structural vertical dividers are called mullions, with the corresponding horizontal dividers referred to as transoms. In the USA, the term replacement window means a framed window designed to slip inside the original window frame from the inside after the old sashes are removed. In Europe, however, it usually means a complete window including a replacement outer frame. More results: Kenny Hammond Contact Meridian Window Products Info Meridian Window Products