Custom Commercial Gas Strut Windows For Restaurants With UV Protection Launched

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New York-based window makers OpenUp Windows have launched a new model of their customized commercial service window with UV protection.

OpenUp Windows’ popular commercial service window is based on a unique gas strut pass-through design that allows the window to hold itself open at a 90-degree angle, allowing for full visibility and movement between indoor and outdoor spaces. For that reason, it has become popular amongst counter-serve hospitality and business venues. Now, OpenUp Windows is proud to be offering their custom-built windows to commercial clients with new added features like UV protection and a single-handle locking system.

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In times when patron and customer connection counts, OpenUp Windows believes their service windows allow businesses and hospitality venues, like restaurants, to better serve their customers, and to create a dynamic sense of flow between spaces, particularly between indoor and outdoor areas.

The custom window makers have been honing the design of their window for almost four decades, and, as standard, their model features a double insulated frame that uses sustainable recycled Accoya® wood and tough extruded aluminum. Now, with their new model, the window makers have also added UV protection glaze to the glass of their windows.

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In addition, the head engineer at OpenUp Windows, Ed Page, has debuted a new single-handle locking system with their new window model. Page describes the new locking system as “ensuring optimal aesthetics on your countertop” because it has “positioned locking points on both ends of the sash that simultaneously engage with the frame of the window.”

OpenUp Windows precision-makes all their windows by hand and purpose-built machine in their boutique New York factory. As custom window makers, they can offer their commercial clients a vast array of sizes and full customization of color and finish. The window makers also enjoy the opportunity to work closely with their commercial clients to develop a window, or set of windows, that suits their needs perfectly.

The bespoke window makers said, “Features meet functionality in this carefully constructed pass-through window that has been thoughtfully designed to serve your patrons and customers better.”

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