Western specializes in custom luxury window systems for residential, commercial, multi-family, religious, institutional, and hospitality facilities.
Outdoor living areas have evolved from traditional patios to bold, reimagined spaces that attach to the home and blend the indoors with the outside. These new indoor-outdoor living rooms expand space, frame views, and let in fresh air and natural light.
Western Window Systems is passionate about indoor-outdoor living. Their sliding and folding glass doors are more than just entryways – they’re architectural elements that change space beautifully and efficiently for years to come.
Pictured: Series 900 Pivot Door System
Western designs all of their door systems and windows with performance in mind.
Pictured: Series 600 Multi-Slide Door Systems
Clean. Modern. Beautiful. Open or closed, the ability of Western door systems and windows to seamlessly blend into their surroundings is what makes them so unique. Narrow stiles allow for more glass to let in natural light and maximize views. Zero post corners, glass panels that tuck into pockets, and screening solutions invite the outdoors inside in whatever way you choose. Less has never been more.
High-quality disappearing glass walls and windows that combine exceptional performance with clean design.
Western's Series 7000 family of moving glass walls and windows address energy and structural requirements while promoting contemporary design.
Western Window Systems’ large moving walls of glass are more than just entryways; they’re centerpieces for indoor-outdoor living.
Choose a sliding door that neatly tucks away into a pocket, a folding door that creates a grand entrance from corner to corner, or a 90-degree style that completely opens up a room.
Further customize your door with sill options, handles, and finishes.
Because they build and test their door systems and windows to last, you can enjoy your Western Window Systems product for years to come. Manufactured in the U.S., each of their product families is tested for air, water, and structural performance and certified by the NFRC (National Fenestration Rating Council) and AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association).
For additional strength and durability, they use stainless steel hardware to keep your product on the path to a long life.