All about the Sunspace WeatherMaster Window Systems

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James Moylan

Monday, January 25, 2021

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Sunspace WeatherMaster windows are one solution to transform your outdoor living space into a year-round area. We recommend them to many of our Washington, DC; Virginia; and Maryland clients because of their numerous benefits, as well as their specific advantages for DMV installations.

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If you’re interested in this window solution, here are the key facts you need to know about their two window systems: the vertical and horizontal.

WeatherMaster Horizonal Window Systems

The horizontal window system, by Sunspace, comes in three version:

  • H2T

This is the horizontal two-track system. It allows up to 50 percent ventilation. The two-track system is available up to 108 inches (9 feet) wide and 108 inches (9 feet) high.

  • H3T

This is the horizontal three-track system.

  • H4T

This is the horizontal four-track system. It allows up to 75 percent ventilation. The four-track system is available up to 192 inches (16 feet) wide and 108 inches (9 feet) high.

All the horizontal windows slide to the left or right. You get up to 75 percent ventilation, depending on the installation you select.

The available colors are as follows:

  • Aluminum colors: White, Driftwood, Bronze, Black, Gray
  • Vinyl colors: Clear, Smoke Gray, Dark Gray, Bronze

See our full article on the WeatherMaster color options for more detailed information.

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WeatherMaster Vertical Window Systems

The vertical window system comes in three versions as well:

  • Single Window System

The single window system is for openings of two to four feet.

  • Stereo Double Window System

The stereo double window system is for openings of four to eight feet.

  • Stereo Triple Window System

The stereo triple window system is for openings of eight to twelve feet. The maximum width for this system is 144 inches (12 feet) wide by 96 inches (8 feet) high.

All the vertical windows stack up or down. As with the horizontal installation, you get up to 75 percent ventilation.

The color options are the same as for the horizontal versions.

Different Systems. Same Benefits.

Whether you choose a horizontal or vertical installation is largely about personal preference and, in some cases, any physical constraints you’re working with in an existing structure. The benefits, however, are exactly the same.

No matter whether you’re stacking up, down, to the left, or to the right, you’re still getting amazing protection from the elements (rain, pollen, wind, cold temperatures, bugs, and even sound), and you’re also getting all the benefit of ViewFlex vinyl.

Want to talk through any questions about how Sunspace WeatherMaster windows could fit into your next design project? Shoot us an email, or leave us a comment below!

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