Timeline Windows & Patio Doors
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Specialty Windows

Modern architecture often includes higher sidewalls and open spaces. Filling a gable end with glass, including accent windows in a foyer or adding transoms to windows and patio doors has never been easier - we have just the right size and shape.

Timeline offers rectangular & geometric units as well as radius products together totaling 20 different designs. Specialty windows can be complementary to our standard product or complete stand-alone windows.


  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Glass
  • Lites & Grilles
  • Configurations
  • Technical Data
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Finishes

Our vinyl product is offered in three universal colors. The widespread usage of these shades is evidence of their popularity. Choose vinyl and your project is sure to stand the test of time.

Actual color may vary from the color seem on your computer. Please see your Timeline dealer for the latest available colors.

 

White Adobe Sandstone  

Trim

Choose from J-channel, 2” brickmould or 3-1/2” flat casing in all three Timeline colors - White, Sandstone and Adobe. These trim options are factory applied with no additional lead time and feature fusion welded top corners and a mechanically fastened sill nosing. The brickmould and flat casing incorporates a 1” J-channel pocket extruded into the trim for quick installation of any siding type and a nailing fin for better weather protection. Both trim options are also available for radius units.

 

J-channel 2" Brickmould 3-1/2" Flat Casing 7/8" Sill Nosing  

Attachments

Additional vinyl attachments are available to make finishing your project a simple task. Choose from a drip cap, 1/2” or 3/4” drywall return, sill adapter, jamb clip, or nailing flange. In addition, we also carry a sill nosing, spread mull cover, sill adapter, frame slot filler, angle bay mullion (bay and bow), and mullion cover.

 

Drip Cap Drywall Return Sill Adapter  
   
Jamb Clip Nailing Flange    

Spread Mulls

Typical mulling is done with a tight unit to unit mull clip. Spread mulls add additional spacing between windows and patio doors. Popular rational for doing so would include: accommodating a special opening with standard size windows, to achieve a ‘heavier’ look and working around essential structural framing.

Spread mulls can be done both vertically and horizontally.

 

Standard Tight Mull 5/8" 1-1/2"  

Jamb Extensions

When installing a window, increasing the depth of the window frame to accommodate the wall thickness is sometimes necessary. This can easily be accomplished with the use of jamb extensions available in all six wood species.

 

Wood Species

Nothing enhances the look and feel of a room more than the richness and beauty of wood. Our standard pine interior is fine for most applications, but if you are looking to really enhance the character of your project, we offer five additional wood species.

 

 
Alder Cherry Fir Mahogany Oak Pine      

Finishes

Natural Wood

Timeline will leave your interior wood surface sanded smooth, ready for stain and sealer.

 

   

Primed

If you plan to paint the interior of your windows and patio doors, you can have them primed with a white factory applied water-based acrylic latex primer.

 

 

FirstFinish

To take things a step further, we also offer FirstFinish - a factory applied secondary coat of water-based acrylic latex primer. FirstFinish is intended to prep the unit for the final top-coat of paint to be applied.

 

 

White Vinyl

White vinyl wrapped jambs are also available. This pre-finished jamb option has a slightly textured appearance, is low maintenance and does not require painting.

 

Trim - Radius Units Only

Timeline offers interior trims in ten profiles. The benefit to our customers is the ability to shape the trim for a radius unit at the time of production. In addition, plinth blocks are available, to facilitate joining radius to straight trim.

 

GR-449 F-131 Ranch Princeton Colonial
RB3-Howell WP-444 WP-445 WP-442 WM-356

The glass in windows and patio doors has the single largest effect on energy efficiency. Timeline’s standard insulated glass offering includes double strength glass combined with a warm edge spacer. For greater energy efficiency, argon is added to all Low-E glass units, at no cost to the customer, with the exception of those units requiring capillary/breather tubes. These units include, but are not limited to, glass 12” and less in width or height and units shipped over high elevations. Timeline does not guarantee that the initial argon fill rate will be maintained over the life of the product. Argon depletion may decrease energy efficiency. For more information, contact your local dealer or Timeline Vinyl Products, Inc.

Choose Timeline’s standard glass or a combination of energy efficient, low maintenance and specialty glass options for appearance, performance and comfort.

Energy Efficient Options

  • Clear I.G.
  • LoĒ²-272®
  • LoĒ³-366™/Neat®
  • Dual Low-E2 (LoĒ-i89™/LoĒ²-272®)
  • Triple Glass (LoĒ²-272®/LoĒ-180™)
 

Low Maintenance Options

  • Neat®
  • Preserve®
 

Specialty Options

  • Patterned
  • Tinted
  • Safety
 

LoĒ², LoĒ³-366™, Neat® and Preserve® are trademarks of Cardinal IG.

There are not only choices in the glass itself, there’s also variation in glazing. Here is another opportunity to have your windows and doors made to fit the interior design, décor and style of the room. Additionally, the exterior interacts with the overall architecture and creates fantastic curb appeal. Enhancing windows and doors with lite divisions definitely puts the icing on the cake. Although there are standard lite configurations designated for all products, custom designs are also welcome.

Simulated Divided Lites

Windows and doors may be enhanced with simulated divided lites. Both the interior and exterior bars are sealed to the glass with 3M adhesives and are available in all three vinyl colors.

Simulated divided lite products may be ordered with or without an internal aluminum gridwork; internal grille choices include mill finish and bronze. Simulated divided lites are available in a 7/8” bar width.

 

       

Exterior Bars

 

Internal Grilles

 
7/8" Bar   Mill Finish Bronze Finish

Internal Aluminum Grilles

Another unobstructive manner of lite division is the addition of an internal aluminum grille. Inserted at time of insulated glass fabrication, internal aluminum grilles are 11⁄16” double profile, 1" double profile (white only) and 5/8" flat profile.

 

   

Flat Profile

 

Double Profile

   
5/8" Bar   11/16" Bar 1" Bar  

Decralite

Truly inspired projects can use Decralite grille configurations that offer many design options and can be grilles-between-glass or divided lites. Decralite is often used as a 2" simulated checkrail on casement windows or a 5-1/4" mimic mull on transoms. Other Decralite style options include radius lite divisions, unlimited bar widths and patterns or designs.

 


Patterns

Colonial

 

Gothic

     

Sunburst

 

Diamond

Spider Web

 

Queen Anne

 

Prairie

 

Combinations

 

Rectangular & Geometric Shapes

Rectangle Trapezoid Trapezoid Pentoid Parallelogram Triangle Hexagon Octagon Extended Octagon  

Radius Shapes

Circle Oval Half Round Extended Leg Half Round Quarter Round Extended Leg Quarter Round Gothic  
 
Extended Leg Segment Extended Leg Segment Segment Ellipse Extended Leg Ellipse  

Configurations

Rectangles and Extended Leg Half Rounds Rectangle, Quarter Rounds and Extended Leg Half Rounds  
Rectangles and Pentoids Rectangles, Pentoids and Quarter Rounds  

NOTES:

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Architectural Details

Size Charts
Minimum & Maximum Sizes
NFRC Performance Data
Air, Water & Structural Test Data
Clear Openings

CAD Drawings

Cross Sections

Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - 1" Glass
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - 1" Glass
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - 3/4" Glass
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - 3/4" Glass
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 2" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 2" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 4" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 4" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - Mull Options
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - Mull OPtions
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - Triple Glazed
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - Triple Glazed

 

Elevations

Direct Set Window

Dimensioned Cross Sections

Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - 1" Glass
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - 1" Glass
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 2" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 2" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 4" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - 3/4" Glass - 4" Brickmould
Direct Set Window - Horizontal Cross Section - Mull Options
Direct Set Window - Vertical Cross Section - Mull Options

Appropriate selection of Lincoln product which conforms to applicable laws, ordinances and building codes is the responsibility of the project architect or builder.