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Overhead Door’s insulated-steel Thermacore model 195.

The Flush style awning unit from Kolbe’s VistaLuxe Collection.

NanaWall Systems’ Kitchen Transition single-track sliders with windows stacked to one side.

NanaWall Systems’ Kitchen Transition with windows in place.

Simpson Door Company's interior barn door.

Hope’s Hopkins Series slide-and-fold doors.

The Flush-Glazed Panel with Modern Profile by Pella.

The Marvin Contemporary Studio collection.

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Innovative new styles for windows and doors

The Marvin Contemporary Studio collection of windows merges narrow frames and minimalist hardware with oversized glass panels to create airy, light-filled spaces. Maximum glazing enhances a strong thermal performance. marvin.com

Overhead Door’s insulated-steel Thermacore model 195 garage door now includes a 16-window option that conveys a sleek look while maximizing natural light. Available in nine color and three glass options. overheaddoors.com

Three new automated products have expanded Kolbe’s VistaLuxe Collection: the Flush style awning unit; the Complementary four-wide sliding patio door; and a multi-slide door spanning 15 feet. These aluminum-and-wood windows and doors operate via remote, keypad and other integration devices. kolbewindows.com

Bring the outdoors in with NanaWall Systems’ Kitchen Transition, which stacks window panels on one side to create a seamless opening. Available as a folding or single-track sliding system; a new feature, RemoteSTACK, allows windows to be removed and stacked elsewhere. nanawall.com

Simpson Door Company mimics barn-door style with grooved, flat-panel doors on hinges or barn-door tracks. Exterior doors are available in cherry, fir, alder, oak and mahogany, while interior doors come in fir. The wood can be “weathered” for a rustic look. simpsondoor.com

Hope’s Hopkins Series slide-and-fold doors stack to one side to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. When closed, the windows, made of steel, conjure an industrial-modern aesthetic. The Hopkins Series allows for expansive glass openings; windows are tested and certified for passive storm protection. hopeswindows.com

Pella has debuted three glass entry-door designs in a range of shapes, sizes and styles. Available in fiberglass, wood or steel with customizable features including grilles, blinds and decorative glass. Pictured above: The Flush-Glazed Panel with Modern Profile complements a contemporary home. pella.com

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