Soft-Lite Windows Featured on National Television Series

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Soft-Lite windows were recently featured on an episode of The National Geographic Channel’s “Cabin Fever”. The premise of the show is that Minnesota woodsman Nate Heim and his timber-loving team make childhood dreams come true, building custom rustic hideaways and massive mountaintop mansions.

A photo of the cabin Soft-Lite donated windows for, located in Kamas, Utah.

Soft-Lite windows were recently featured on an episode of The National Geographic Channel’s “Cabin Fever”. The premise of the show is that Minnesota woodsman Nate Heim and his timber-loving team make childhood dreams come true, building custom rustic hideaways and massive mountaintop mansions. On the episode featuring Soft-Lite Windows, titled “Lodge on the Ridge,” Heim and his crew leave the familiar confines of Minnesota for the beautiful, rugged peaks and valleys of Kamas, Utah, to make one family's dream cabin a reality.

Twenty-seven Soft-Lite Imperial LS Windows were used in this project. These windows were constructed of Soft-White-colored vinyl on the exterior with a Brazilian Cherry woodgrain finish on the interior. Numerous window styles were used in the project -- including double-hung, sliding, picture window, awning and various specialty shapes -- as well as a Soft-Lite Kingsroyal Glide sliding patio door. All Soft-Lite products incorporated the company's high-performance Ultra triple-pane glass system—and all windows and doors were ENERGY STAR labeled.

About Soft-Lite

Soft-Lite is a vinyl replacement window and door manufacturer headquartered in Streetsboro, Ohio. The company was recently named 2014 National ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year, and is a multiple Crystal Achievement Award winner. Other accolades include being a recipient of the Friedman Corporation Customer Appreciation Award, the Window Door Top 100 Manufacturers recognition, and the Door and Window “Companies To Watch” recognition. For more information, visit http://www.soft-lite.com.

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