INTUS windows conserve energy, increase thermal performance, reduce noise, and are diversely stylish. Our polymer triple and double pane windows are reinforced with steel U-channels for increased strength and stability, with AW and CW rated options, and DP70 structural ratings. We boast the industry’s highest standard for water and air infiltration while maintaining competitive pricing and planting a tree for every window sold.
Supera Fixed Windows
Increase daylight with larger openings without sacrificing performance: U-values as low as 0.14 and air infiltration of <0.06 cfm/ft2.
Supera CW Operable Windows
Our tilt and turn, inswing casement, and hopper styles offer convenient and stylish options for fresh air while maintaining a high level of performance: U-values as low as 0.17 and water penetration values of 12.11 psf.
Supera AW Operable Windows
Mid- and high-rise buildings can be energy efficient with our AW rated windows. Available in inswing casement, inswing casement with tilt option, hopper, and awning with U-values as low as 0.17 and OITC/STC up to 38/45, respectively.
Supera Awning Operable Windows
Enable ventilation even when it’s raining with our awning windows. These AW rated windows have excellent water penetration values of 12.11 psf and U-values as low as 0.21
Supera 83 Passive Windows
INTUS achieves Passive House Institute (PHI) Certification through our thermally efficient Supera 83 Passive profile and high performance triple glazing. By using this method versus expensive super insulated profiles, INTUS is able to affordably achieve PHI Certification for any climate zone in the U.S. and areas of Canada. With its steel reinforced profile, Supera 83 Passive is stronger structurally and can achieve certification at greater heights.
Colors that stand the test of time and weather. The high-end, German-made RENOLIT EXOFOL PVC films withstand the intense heat of Arizona’s desert to the Alaskan tundra. They also reach the highest of quality and design demands, making the films suitable for any architectural style or building type.
RENOLIT EXOFOL FX
RENOLIT EXOFOL FX films are high-performance films that set new standards on color fastness and protection globally. They are a weather and ultraviolet resistant, dirt repellent, multi-layer film. Cleaning, and even graffiti removal is a breeze due to the film’s low surface tension, and the high-performance material retains its gloss throughout its service life. The overall film thickness is 170 – 180 μm, and weather exposure tests have confirmed that RENOLIT EXOFOL FX far exceeds the requirements of the RAL quality standards (according to RAL-GZ 716 and EN 513-2).
Because of Solar Shield Technology, RENOLIT EXOFOL FX protects profiles against excessive heat build-up. As a result, RENOLIT offers a guarantee of up to 22.5 years for this product – up to 15 years as a warranty on the film and another 7.5 years via RENOLIT‘s proprietary renovation service depending on location and availability.
Attain the right look with our durable yet stylish decorative grid, weep holes, and handle options.
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INTUS windows and doors use sturdy, secure, and timeless handles in a variety of colors. Our handles coordinate with our window profiles and elements, and offer a high level of security. They use a multi-point locking system for an added layer of security. The locking points interact with a manually operated handle to bring window sashes into a turn or a tilt position.
Weep holes are a critical window design feature. Water flows with gravity downhill – the principle used to drain water away from a wood or aluminum window instead of into your home. That is why most wood windows have a sill that slopes away from the window. During a rain storm water hits the outside of the glass, dropping to the sill and draining away from the window.
Weep holes are needed because the sill is the exact same shaped extrusion as the jambs, which means that the window tracks that hold the sash when in the vertical position of the frame, will collect and hold water when functioning as the sill in the bottom horizontal position of the frame. Weep holes allow this water to drain.