Style Line Vinyl Windows Combine Quality with Design Flexibility


Quality, Value and Design Flexibility

When builder Infinity Home Collection was looking for vinyl windows for their new Haus product line in Stapleton, they wanted a combination of quality, value and design flexibility. The newly built community offers family homes that are elegant, yet relaxed with beautiful features inclusive of the home's design. 

Front exterior of home with Style Line® Series windows


With two-story ceilings, walls of windows and spacious indoor-outdoor living spaces, homeowners in this stunning community in the Denver metro area of Colorado will have plenty of room to breathe. 

Two story home with tons of natural light

Bedroom with vinyl windows

Thin Frames, Beautiful Design

Style Line® Series vinyl windows have thin frame profiles, allowing for more glass to show which maximizes the view. Combinations are available to suit nearly any design, like the single hung windows shown above, with a grid pattern on the upper sash.

bathroom with vinyl windows

“The most unique aspect of this project is the redevelopment story,” Hovde continued to say. “The project is located on what used to be the site of Stapleton International Airport. The airport buildings and runways were demolished and the site was re-purposed as a sustainable master planned community.”


Project Information:

Architect: Michael Woodley, Woodley Architectural Group

DealerFront Range Window & Door

BuilderInfinity Home Collection 

Location: Denver, CO

Milgard Product: Style Line® Series vinyl windows


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