Available in various sizes, the new pass-thru windows are factory-glazed and pre-hung for seamless installation. Customers can choose from unfinished, black, white, bronze, and custom-painted frames to fit their interior decor and design preferences. A pleated insect screen can also be built in upon request.
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The announcement comes as new research from Deliverect shows an 8% increase in weekly takeout orders in 2022. This trend, which was driven in large part by the recent pandemic, is expected to continue in years to come — and many restaurant owners are looking for ways to offer easy walk-up service and curbside pickup.
As such, OpenUp Windows designed its line of open-up awning windows to fit the needs of any type of eatery — from fast casual to more upscale restaurants. Sustainable Accoya wood — known for its superior thermal insulation — means the pass-thru windows are both functional and aesthetically pleasing with a rich finish, while the heavy extruded tubular aluminum ensures the windows’ durability and longevity.
“Founder Ed Page’s expert engineering and signature technology have made it possible for OpenUp to truly stand apart from its competitors,” a spokesperson commented. “Not only do we swear by Ed’s signature 2Fold Technology, making your window more visually pleasing and structurally sound, we offer a variety of glass options and the benefit of retractable screens – ensuring your window is built to last, to your exact specifications.”
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Blending form with function, OpenUp Windows believes it has created a pass-thru serving window which can be easily integrated into any setting, including completely walk-up or street food eateries.
The pass-thru kitchen windows ship with a 10-year warranty on anything except glass, along with a 40-year warranty on the Accoya foundation. Customers can expect their orders to be delivered within four to six weeks.
OpenUp Windows manufactures all products in-house to ensure they meet the high standards set by founder and inventor Ed Page.
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