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Keep up with the latest news and announcements from Intigral, whether it's insulating glass, blinds between the glass, or something brand new. You'll find information on our latest innovations, upcoming trade shows, company announcements and more.

Innovia and Screenline blinds to be featured on Designing Spaces

Innovia and Screenline blinds will be featured on a segment during their  “Emerging Trends in Residential Window Treatments: Choosing The Right Solution For Your Home” episode.

Intigral, Inc. announces partnership with Manko Window Systems

Intigral, Inc. is proud to announce their newest partnership with Manko Window Systems. Manko Window Systems joins the Intigral Certified Fabricator program.


Intigral will be showcasing the ScreenLine family of products at the International Window Coverings Expo (IWCE) March 27th-28th. Featured at booth 228 will be a motorized ScreenLine unit, which is controlled by ComfortClick, a building automation operating system


INTIGRAL will be exhibiting at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders’ Show for the second year in a row.

Blinds Between the Glass- Glass deflection & adverse environmental conditions 

When things cool rapidly they shrink. In the case of a dual pane window, this shrinkage causes what is called negative deflection. The airspace of a blind between glass in its normal equalized state is 3/4 of an inch. However, when you get negative deflection, that space can shrink down to as little as a half an inch.

Innovia Blinds- Tan added to the CGDB for NFRC simulations

Intigral is pleased to announce that Innovia Blinds has a new color added to the Complex Glazing Database (CGDB) for NFRC simulations.

NFRC announces FenStar replacing the current Independent Verification Program

NFRC has announced the development of a new program named FenStar that will replace the current Independent Verification Program (IVP) for window products under the EPA’s Energy Star Program.

Hurricane Impact-Resistant Glass

Hurricane Impact-Resistant glass is designed to help maintain a home’s structural integrity. Strong winds, such as those in a hurricane, tornado or strong thunderstorm, can throw objects into windows and doors causing them to break. The increased pressure inside the home during hurricanes and tornados can cause the roof to blow off or walls blow out.