Eichler Styled Home Renovated with New Aluminum Windows and Sliding Patio Doors


This Eichler home underwent a renovation for an addition to the floor plan. The owners wanted to honor the California mid-century modern aesthetic.

Why They Chose Aluminum Series

New Milgard® Aluminum Series windows complement modern design elements within the European-style gallery kitchen, open space plan, and tiled entry atrium. The high-performance aluminum frames protect against the elements while accentuating the clean lines of the home. Multiple Aluminum Series sliding patio doors open up to the backyard for seamless indoor/outdoor living from the living room, master bedroom and kitchen.

Browse the renovated home below! 

Which is your favorite part of this renovation? Comment below! 


Milgard products used: Aluminum Series Sliding Patio Doors and Aluminum windows.
Architectural Style: Eichler
Contractor: Bill Fry Construction
Photography: Mark Pinkerton VI360

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