OpenUp Windows’ servery window features a unique gas strut flip-out design, which allows the window to naturally hold itself open at a 90-degree angle. Their commercial model has been adopted by hundreds of commercial clients across the US, particularly restaurants and bars, and with their new minimalist model, they are now reaching out to upscale venues that are looking for bespoke luxury design features.
More information is available at https://OpenUpWindows.com/
With American customers ever more discerning about venue aesthetics, OpenUp Windows appreciates that most bars and restaurants want design additions that are both functional and stylish. As such, they have now crafted their popular servery window in a style that they call luxury minimalism.
Using sustainable and high-quality materials like Accoya(R) wood and extruded aluminum, OpenUp has crafted their new window to be versatile and modern looking. Customers can now also select from an array of luxury finishes like bronze or matte black with nickel silver and darkened bronze accents available.
Interested readers can access more information about their new minimalist design at https://OpenUpWindows.com/store/
From a functional perspective, their gas strut flip-out sill-less window now also comes with a secure and easy single-handle locking system. Head Engineer and Designer Ed Page also describes this new single-locking system as a choice that “ensures optimal aesthetics on your countertop.”
OpenUp Windows believes commercial servery windows can offer bars and restaurants more practical use of both indoor and outdoor spaces and more streamlined ordering and serving processes. They also suggest that this type of window creates a better flow between spaces for a more welcoming and lively atmosphere, and new entertainment possibilities.
OpenUp Windows has been crafting bespoke and custom windows for commercial clients in America for almost 40 years. They back up the quality of their designs with a 10-year warranty and they also have a 4-6 week delivery guarantee on all windows.
The bespoke window makers said, “??Features meet functionality in this carefully constructed window that has been thoughtfully designed to give your patrons incredible meals, conversations, and memories. Our Chief Engineer, Ed Page, did not overlook a single detail in crafting our new luxury commercial servery window.”
More details can be found at https://OpenUpWindows.com/features/
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