ES Windows announced the launch of its product line, the Legacy Line. This represents a focus on meeting the increasing demand for energy-efficient products in residential and commercial markets on the West Coast and in Central states.
Product line details
The Legacy Line features thermally enhanced aluminum products with a U-Factor of 0.30 on all products. With standard low-emissivity, argon-filled double-pane glass, the Legacy Line offers energy efficiency as well as narrow sightlines and track depths.
The flagship product of the Legacy Line is the 850 Multislide door. It has narrow interlocks at 1.125 inches and a frame depth of 2.19 inches per track. With a U-factor of 0.30 and standard low-e, argon-filled, dual-pane glass, the 850 Multislide door delivers thermal performance. It is available in stacking, 90-degree, bi-parting and pocketing configurations, with max panel sizes of 8 feet wide by 12 feet tall.
What ES says
"I'm thrilled to introduce the Legacy Line—a testament to our dedication to pushing the boundaries of energy efficiency and design. Our team's tireless innovation has crafted a product line that not only meets but exceeds expectations. The Legacy Line is not just about products; it's a statement of our commitment to a more sustainable future for all," says CEO Jose Daes.
A highlight of the Legacy Line is its pricing, thanks to ES's vertical integration of its supply chain. By manufacturing its own glass and aluminum, ES has made significant capital investments into its manufacturing operations. This allows ES to meet growing demand while maintaining low lead times.
The launch will start on the West Coast at the International Builders' Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, beginning on February 27, where the flagship 850 Multi Slide Door will be showcased at the ES booth. Following the event, the Legacy Line will be rolled out to the West Coast and eventually make its way to homes across the Central, Northern and Northeast states.