When Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, WV wanted to improve the performance of their existing windows, but needed to preserve the beauty of this historic building, they selected the QUANTAPANEL 600 Series Insulating Glass System.
What drove this decision:
- The need to retain the beauty of the original windows in this historically significant property.
- The desire to improve the building's heat retention, especially during periods of intermitent use.
- An interior storm window solution that was cost-effective, architectually appropriate and a sound investment.
This historic building with its historic windows, majestic columns and stunning architecture dates back to 1902 when it was build by steel magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. This fine art and cultural center is located in the heart of the Greenbrier Velley in Lewisburg, WV where it is home to enriching performances, educaitonal opportunities and diverse cultural experiences for the regional community.
The architect selected the QUANTAPANEL 600 Series IGS for installation on the inside of the existing windows to maintain and enhance the beauty of the original windows while achieving state-of-the-art energy performance. The QUANTAPANEL 600 Series perfectly integrates into the existing window opening and is essentially invisible from the outside as well as the inside of the building.
Even from the inside, the beauty of the original window is preserved, while delivering state-of-the-art performance, low-e windows with exceptional energy, comfort and noise reduction. Care to see a few more pictures?
Do you need replacement windows for your home? If your looking for a way to improve or enhance the perforance of your windows while maintaining their original beauty, consider interior storm windows. QUANTAPANEL IGS -- an interior storm window system with state-of-the art technology may be your best option.
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