Hope’s® Windows, Inc. announces the expansion of its exclusive One55™ Series solid hot-rolled steel product line. The company now manufactures doors in the One55 style – meeting a growing demand in the residential building market.
One55 Series is aptly named for the historic renovation for which it was created – Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard/Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY/IMF) Building 155. This historic retrofit shifted the mindset of architects designing luxury homes with Hope’s – as the narrow steel sightlines of One55 Series are a highly-desirable look for custom residential projects. The One55 Series line was inspired by the need of a thin arrow muntin design, which delivers an elegant industrial aesthetic. After its launch, the product line grew to include awning windows, and now doors to complete the full product series.
“One55 Series is a staple in our classic suite of products, so it’s important to make it available for any client-requested application,” says Ryan Carlson, Research & Development Manager, Hope’s Windows, Inc. “We strive to continuously develop new ideas and concepts specific to our clients’ needs, and One55 doors are a result of that commitment.”
With One55 Series, Hope’s is able to offer the unique, arrow-shaped industrial-style profile that clients desire. This early 20th century look, combined with the unmatched strength and longevity of solid hot-rolled steel, make One55 an ideal choice for luxury homes.
One55 has become increasingly popular for residential applications and Hope’s is excited to provide design continuity for homeowners through both windows and doors.