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United Window’s New Revolution Tilt and Turn Windows

United Revolution Window at JLC Live March 23, 2012

At JLC Live 2012, United Window & Door debuted their new Revolution Tilt and Turn Windows. You can tilt, swing, and lock with just one hand! With the recent European hardware improvements incorporated into its design, the Revolution Tilt and Turn window is an incredibly secure and structurally sound window.

The top of the sash tilts in for secure, indirect ventilation. Thanks to the integral screen feature, you don’t have to worry about rain, wind gusts, or unwanted insects. Revolution is the first tilt and turn window system with an insect screen system incorporated directly into its design. The entire sash opens inward for a classic European look and feel. With full access to both sides of the glass, cleaning is a breeze, and offers easy egress in emergencies. Plus, the sash locks with a single movement of the handle.

Currently, the Revolution window will be made available with seven exterior cladding options, and fourteen interior cladding options, with more to come. They are also made to order, custom-sized to fit whatever project you may need them for. United Window also offers a wide range of vinyl replacement windows and patio doors. For more information about United Window & Door products, visit the United Window brochure on eShowroom.

The Customer’s View Motivates Us to Take Action

National Millwork - Millwork's View

The Customer’s View Motivates Us to Take Action
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The Challenge
It was mid-afternoon on a Wednesday when a potential National Millwork customer called their National Lumber representative for six windows that are not stocked items.  In the customer’s view this was a critical situation—they needed those six windows quickly.

The Solution
At approximately 3:00pm Wednesday, National Lumber sales representative Paul Esposito called National Millwork requesting that six non-stock vinyl windows be delivered as quickly as possible to a customer in the Worcester market.

A typical window order requires a one week lead time going through the normal ordering process with our manufacturing partner, United Window & Door.  However, this situation called for stepping outside of the typical ordering process to provide a higher level of customer service.

Click here to finish reading the article and find the solution on the National Millwork website.

If you have a millwork project to discuss, contact Bob Nickerson, Sales Manager of National Millwork at 508-261-MILL [6455] or email You can also learn more about the quality brands of doors and windows that National Millwork carries on our website (

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