MATHEWS BROTHERS WINDOWS: Featuring; Noah Merrill

by Ryan Banks April 11, 2013

 


The Noah Merrill product line features fusion-welded solid core frames produced from a patented 
new engineered composite material called Mikronwood™ – a thermoplastic alloy that is a blend of 
both PVC and acrylic resins. This material offers better thermal performance than fiberglass, 
aluminum, rigid PVC or wood; and when combined with our insulating glass package, these 
windows provide excellent energy savings. By adding options like Low-e glass with argon gas fill, 
the Noah Merrill will meet or exceed the eNergy star® requirements. 
Noah Merrill windows are extremely durable and maintenance-free. The frames unique closed
cell composite can’t absorb moisture, so it will never rot and is impervious to insects. In addition, 
DuraCap provides a finished permanent white surface that will never crack, peel, chip, flake or chalk, 
and never needs painting.
The Noah Merrill replacement units come standard with ponderosa pine veneer interior, giving 
you the warmth and richness of real wood. This feature is optional on new construction units.
tradition and technology are combined to enhance the beauty of your home and provide you with 
year-round comfort for years to come. 

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