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Anlin's Infinit-e Plus High Performance Glazing System
Anlin's ThermaCoat Solar Reflective Coating Technology
Anlin’s Infinit-e Plus High Performance Glazing System offers superior energy efficiency and comfort year-round with lower energy costs.
Anlin Window Systems exclusive Platinum Elite Spacer
Anlin Window Systems Exclusive InfinitEPlus High Performance Glazing System
Anlin Freedom+ In-Glass Pet Door
The industry's most technologically advanced window spacer: Anlin's Platinum Elite Spacer greatly reduces heat transfer year round. With a mylar multi-layer barrier for agron gas retention. Three hyper-efficient air chambers block the heat transfer path - keeping your home comfortable during all seasons. See how it's made!
It's the science behind maximum energy efficiency and comfort, and ONLY Anlin offers it! See why Anlin Window Systems exclusive InfinitiEPlus high performance glazing system is the industry leader. 100% more effective than normal glass. Triple-layer real Argentum silver coating. Maximum solar control with high visible light and fading UV protection. Blocks 95%of harmful UV rays.
Freedom+ In-Glass pet doors are built to serve your pets for the long-term. With a heavy-duty aluminum frame and reinforced frame corners, they are made to withstand the rigors of frequent use over time even with multiple pets. The soft, flexible flap is gentle on your pets while being able to endure years of pounding. When pets enter or exit through the door, a magnetic flap gently seals the door shut. This, along with a specially designed pile weather strip helps form a weather barrier to keep your home comfortable.
Sash Dead Bolt for Anlin Sliding Windows
Sash Dead Bolt provides additional security for Anlin sliding windows. The optional sash bolt will work in conjunction with Anlin’s already-tough standard safety features to make your windows an even stronger deterrent to intruders. The sash bolt slides into the sill track to secure the window and provide added security. The quarter inch stainless steel sash bolt is so strong it even passed the stringent California Forced Entry tests when used by itself. Anlin sash bolts are color-matched to the sash and have a sleek profile, while the contour lever allows for easy operation. A Dead bolt is also available as an option for Anlin’s sliding patio doors. Adding a dead bolt to your Anlin sliding windows and sliding patio doors is an inexpensive upgrade with a big payoff.
Anlin's PLUS Easy-Clean
Anlin’s Infinit-e Plus High Performance Glazing System features Plus Easy-Clean that leaves windows virtually spotless.
How Window Weep Holes Work
Windows and patio doors are designed with a weep drainage system on the exterior bottom of the frames to help protect the inside of your home. The weep drainage system allows water to drain to the outside while preventing airflow into your home.
How the weep drainage system works: During a wind-driven rain, water hits the outside of the window or door and falls to the sill or track area. Water then flows down due to gravity, travels through the interior weep channel and drains to the outside through the exterior weep hole as water builds up. If you see water in your sill or track area, do not panic. It is normal for water to accumulate in the sill or track area during a period of wind-driven rain or when washing your windows and doors. When using a hose to clean windows and doors, it is strongly recommended that the spray nozzle be set to a very light mist (no jet stream). This will reduce the chance of water overflowing and entering the interior of the home. Periodic inspection and maintenance are needed to keep the drainage system working properly. Use a damp towel to wash dirt and debris from sill and track areas. Check to make certain the weep holes are always clear of dirt, stucco, sand and debris. Use a small soft brush to clear the openings.
Understanding Exterior Window Condensation
What is exterior condensation? Exterior condensation is moisture that forms on the exterior glass surface. Condensation on the exterior of windows or patio doors can occur at any time of the year or when cool nights follow warm days. Exterior condensation on energy efficient windows or patio doors is quite common and a natural occurrence. In fact, the presence of condensation can be a good indicator that your windows and patio doors are performing exactly as designed. Energy efficient windows and patio doors are so well-insulated, that warm temperatures in the home are not able to penetrate the insulated glass and heat the exterior pane. As a result, the exterior glass temperature may fall below the dew point temperature of the outside air and condensation can develop. The condensation you may see on the exterior glass surface is similar to the dew that can form on car windshields or on grass after a cool night. While unsightly, exterior condensation will evaporate once the day warms.
How to Reduce Interior Condensation on Your Windows
Window condensation can be a natural occurrence. Windows do not cause condensation. Interior window condensation is the result of excess humidity in your home, which comes from excess water vapor in the air. Everyday activities such as cooking, taking showers, washing dishes, and doing laundry adds moisture into the air. Interior window condensation occurs when warm, moist air comes in contact with the colder surface of a window. It can be an indicator that there is excessive moisture inside your home and you need to reduce the humidity. Note: If this is a new occurrence and humidity was not present with your old windows this maybe because your old drafty windows allowed moisture to escape through inefficient cracks and seals. Today’s windows and doors produce more energy efficient, “tighter” homes. If you are experiencing interior window condensation, here are some suggestions to reduce the humidity in your home: •Be sure all ventilation to the outside is functional. •Open windows and doors whenever practical to allow interior moisture to escape. •Use ceiling fans to keep air circulating within your home. •Open fireplace damper to allow an easier escape for moisture. •Use kitchen and bathroom exhaust fans. Run exhaust fans during and after the activities have ended. •Use dehumidifiers to reduce the amount of moisture inside homes with high humidity. Following these suggestions will help reduce the humidity in your home and interior condensation on your windows.
Adjusting the Rollers on Your Anlin Sliding Patio Door
If your sliding patio door is hard to slide while opening and closing, the rollers may need be to adjusted. Open the door slightly and look at the reveal or gap between the door and the frame. The roller adjustment screws are located on both ends at the bottom of the sliding patio door. Use a Philips head screwdriver to adjust the roller adjustment screw. Do not use a screw gun and be careful not to strip the screw. Turn the roller adjustment screw clockwise to raise up the door. Turn the roller adjustment screw counterclockwise to lower down the door. Continue making adjustments until the gap or reveal between the door and the frame is even from top to bottom. Adjust the other roller adjustment screw if needed. Check to see if the door is sliding smoothly. Repeat these steps if further adjustment is needed. Routinely clean the track with a vacuum or wipe thoroughly with a damp towel to keep sliding patio doors operating smoothly.
How to Clean Your Anlin Window
To clean the outside of your window, dip a window scrubber or non-abrasive sponge into a bucket with a mixture of mild dish soap and water. Let any excess cleaning solution run off. Gently use the window scrubber or non-abrasive sponge to rub the cleaning solution over the entire surface of your window. Be careful not to saturate the glass with the cleaning solution. Use a squeegee to remove all the cleaning solution from the window. Starting from the top, squeegee from left to right. At the end of each stroke, wipe the squeegee's blade clean with a lint-free towel. Wipe off any cleaning solution on the frame with a microfiber towel. To clean the inside of your window, fill up a spray bottle with the same cleaning solution and spray the glass evenly. Use a microfiber towel to wipe your windows dry. Avoid washing glass in direct sunlight. Never use razor blades, abrasive pads, petroleum base cleaners, or caustic chemicals to clean your windows and doors. These items may cause permanent damage.
How to Clean Your Anlin Window Frame
When washing your window frame, use a mixture of mild dish soap and water along with a non-abrasive sponge. Squeeze or let the excess cleaning solution run off the sponge. Then use the sponge to wash the window frame. Use a damp towel to rinse off the frame completely. Wipe the frame dry with a microfiber towel. Do not use abrasive or caustic cleaners to clean your window or doors as these items can cause permanent damage to your products.
How to Clean Your Anlin Window Screen
To clean the screen, you will need to remove it from the window frame. Using both hands, pull the screen from the pull rail (or pull tabs) towards the center of the window, and then push the screen outward. Lay the screen on a flat clean surface. Dip a soft brush into a bucket with a mixture of mild dish soap and water. Gently scrub both sides of the screen with the cleaning solution. Rinse the screen using a hose with a spray nozzle set to a very light mist. Wipe the screen dry with a microfiber towel. When inserting the screen back into the frame, make sure to place the springs back into the screen channel. Pull towards the center, then pull the screen towards you to fasten the screen back into its intended position.

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