Milgard Ultra Series Windows
Beautiful and contemporary, these fiberglass windows are strong and built to last
Ultra Series Windows
The stunning look of a high performance window.
Your Style Envisioned
If you can dream it, we can build it. Milgard Ultra Series is the ultimate, upscale window that makes a visual impact. The fiberglass material resists swelling, rotting, and warping making it the perfect choice for long-lasting durability coupled with exceptional beauty.
Features & Benefits
Looking for a dark interior frame to match the exterior? You’ll find it with Milgard Ultra Series. Choose Bark or Black Bean to create the popular dark window look. We have a total of seven, beautiful exterior frame colors available. Just select an operating style below to explore all the color options.
Milgard Ultra Series custom fiberglass windows are heat and cold resistant, durable and low-maintenance. The frame expands and contracts at approximately the same rate as the insulated glass it holds, putting less stress on the seals allowing a clear, fog-free view. Choose an energy package for your area and learn about ENERGY STAR®.
Milgard Ultra Series window hardware is attractive, durable, secure, and easy to operate. Available in white, clay, dark bronze or brushed chrome. Choose from the Positive Action Lock or optional Cam Lock for single hung or horizontal slider windows. Folding nesting operator handles are standard for casements and awnings.
We will repair or replace any defect in materials or workmanship and will pay the costs of all parts and labor for as long as the original purchaser owns their home. If you sell your home, we extend coverage for 10 years from the start date to the successive owner. Tuscany Series also comes standard with Glass Breakage Coverage.
STYLE LINE OPERATING STYLES
The bottom sash moves up to allow air to flow into the home on a Single Hung window and the top sash is fixed.
Sliding windows operate in a horizontal fashion to allow for full top to bottom ventilation. Because the sash do not open outward they are
Casement windows are hinged on the side and crank open outward to the left or right allowing for full top to bottom ventilation. Common
Awning windows are hinged at the top and swing out at the bottom to allow ventilation and protection from rain. They are often placed
These windows are stationary and do not open. This makes them more energy efficient and allows for larger sizes than a window that vents.
Bay and bow windows are created by combining three or more windows together so that they angle out beyond the house wall. They can