Most components used in Kolbe products are sourced from within
500 miles of our factory, proving we are committed to maintaining
ecological sustainability. The species available for our wood products
are renewable resources sourced from managed forests, while our
standard glass contains 25-30% recycled content. In addition, we
have achieved FSC Chain-of-Custody certification and can provide
-certified wood for many of our window and door products
(FSC license code FSC-C019541).
impact modifications are available on a number of Kolbe
windows and doors. K-Force products are specially designed with
the strength and durability to withstand hurricane force winds and
flying debris, and are independently tested to meet or exceed strict
building codes in coastal regions. There are no unsightly rods or
extra locks to fasten, so Kolbe’s impact-certified products offer the
same beautiful appearance as non-impact products.
For almost 70 years, Kolbe products have been all about
customization. We offer many options for our windows and doors,
including different wood species, custom divided light patterns,
tailor-made shapes, and many interior and exterior finishes to
perfectly complement the design aesthetic of any project. We’re
known worldwide for our custom capabilities and have worked
with many architects to build distinctive windows and doors – we
can help bring your most innovative ideas to life.
Universal design is the concept of creating spaces that are
accessible and comfortable for individuals of diverse physical ability
levels. Kolbe offers options for a variety of windows and doors that
are not only designed to make independent living possible, but to
do it with quality, style and flexibility. Kolbe’s options such as sill
ramps, motorized operators, larger cranks and lever door handles
can help make independent living easier.
Photo courtesy of Kenneth M Wyner Photography, Inc.
Kolbe Heritage Series