Nautica Beach Style Patio, San Diego
Nothing evokes the spirit of the ocean more than unobstructed cliff side views of the Pacific and nautical décor. This custom home was built to entertain guests who can’t help but enjoy the pleasures of sunny days and the warmth and light of the unique fire wall into the night.
Beach style patio in San Diego. — Houzz
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Once it is unlocked from the inside, all you need to do is gently push the sash out. The shocks take care of the rest, with the window lifting to a resting height that’s just short of a 90-degree angle from the house.
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We custom make the window here in the U.S.A. to fit the size you need up to 7 feet by 4½ feet,” says Thomas “Tomaso” Hopkins, a licensed general contractor and consultant for Designer Window Supply, the retailer of this custom-designed unit. This maximum size reflects the optimum engineering and design of the unit. If you have a larger opening, more than one of these windows can be joined together. “With this window, the bottom sill can be removed, making it a true pass-through,” Hopkins says. When removed, the window has no bottom track or frame, allowing someone to pass items to the outside without having to lift objects over any obstructions. When closed, weatherstripping on the sash meets the countertop for a nice, tight seal. And if you live someplace where people joke that “the state bird is a mosquito,” there is a screen option available; the screen tucks into the frame when you want an open pass-through.