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Arch Angle Windows & Doors

Arch Angle Windows & Doors
Phone: (800) 548-0214
Address: 6979 Wooster Pike, Medina, OH 44256

    High quality standards and careful attention to detail allow Arch Angle to fill the unique requirements of unusual or period architecture.

    Arch Angle all aluminum storm products are individually hand crafted to complement the historic requirements or distinctive architecture of the homes, churches and commercial buildings they protect. While statements of beauty in their own right, many are designed primarily for the preservation of the larger investment of rare wood entry doors or leaded, restoration or antique stained glass. Fine quality complements fine architecture. And Arch Angle takes great pride in seeing that each product, heated and hand crafted is made to exact specifications to fit each individual architectural requirement.

    Properly installed, storm doors and windows are not just aesthetic, but an investment with dividends. Storms installed over prime windows and doors, buffer sound and dust as well as create an insulating cushion of air space which reduces both heating and cooling loss. They allow the enjoyment of the beauty outside to be enjoyed from the warmth, security and quietness inside.

    Arch Angle takes great pride in working directly with their window/door dealers. Together, they take care in the measuring, designing of the custom templates, then follow the door or windows through manufacturing, shipping, to completion making sure they are installed properly for another satisfied customer.


    Greg Padgham May 20, 2013 at 11:19 am

    I am restoring a c.1815 brick federal period manor house in Maryland. Its attic has two large quarter round windows which open to the inside. Wind driven water is damaging the existing window and creating an atmosphere of moisture in the space. In response I would like to install quarter round-shaped aluminum storm windows on the exterior of the window opening, while leaving the existing window in place. It is not necessary that the storm window open, only that its pane be removable for cleaning, while leaving the attached storm window frame in place. Can you recommend what you might be able to construct for me.

    Kathy Dewitt August 10, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    Do you have rounded top storm doors w/screen?

    elaine rosenthal January 19, 2015 at 1:22 am

    I am searching for a company in St. Louis, MO most I have dealt with are expensive. I am desparetly needing to replace a round top storm door with a screen or just glass? Please hope you can help

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