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A positive window and door replacement experience requires Klingelhut,s knowledgeable experts who can help you handle your project from start to finish. Whether you’re planning a dramatic new look, an authentic replication, greater energy efficiency or a low-maintenance exterior, Marvin has the replacement options, sizes and custom solutions needed to turn your window and door replacement dreams into reality.
Replacement Products

Choose an insert window, sash replacement or any of Marvin’s full-frame windows and doors. Our custom capabilities and options—specialty woods, hardware finishes and 19 clad colors—ensure the look, fit and finish will be exactly what you want.



Should you consider Marvin window replacement?

Lou Manfredini, also known as "Mr. Fix It” on NBC's morning show, Today, walks you through simple tests to diagnose the condition of your windows.

Maintenance, Performance and Energy Efficiency

When you choose Marvin for your window replacement or remodeling project, you can have it all—energy efficiency, the traditional warmth of wood interiors, and a low-maintenance exterior. 

FAQs

View answers to frequently asked questions about window installation, Marvin products, options and sizes, working with an Authorized Installing Retailer and the Marvin warranty. 



Expert Installation

Marvin partners with trusted window installation professionals to ensure that you get the look you love with the ease you expect. 

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​​Crank handle twice. 

Push down on the hardware, and push the window away. Then crank arm back. 
Swing window all the way open, pulling it across towards the lock for accessibility to exterior glass.