MEDFORD, Wis. – December 12, 2022 The NAHB International Builders’ Show will be Tuesday, January 31st – Thursday, February 2nd, 2023, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.  


Weather Shield Windows & Doors will premiere various innovative products designed to help architects, custom home builders, and homeowners bring their visions to life. They will be showcasing the new, all-aluminum VUE Collection, large spans of glass, and their enhanced door portfolio at the 2023 NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, Nevada, from January 31 – February 2, 2023. 


Booth #C3842 – Weather Shield Windows & Doors

VUE Collection Multi-Slide Door

Featuring both sleek design and enduring strength, Weather Shield’s VUE Collection Multi-Slide Door was created to elevate your space while delivering lasting performance. The door features an energy efficient fiberglass subframe, clad with extruded aluminum.  The door panels have 2-1/2”, ultra-narrow stiles that are thermally enhanced with polyamide thermal breaks.


With standard panel sizes of up to 6’ x 12’, the VUE Collection Multi-Slide Door can fill openings in excess of 58’ in width.  To allow these larger size doors to operate with relative ease, each panel is equipped with eight precision bearing rollers.  All rollers are fully adjustable through concealed holes at each end of the door panel.


VUE Collection Casements & Direct Sets  

Your windows shouldn’t distract from the views they showcase. That’s why Weather Shield’s VUE Collection Direct Sets have one of the industry’s narrowest sightlines so you can enjoy more visible glass and the views beyond them.


If you are looking for ventilation from your wall of glass, the VUE Collection Casements will offer this and much more.  These casement windows feature unique, completely concealed hinges. While discreet, these hinges more than pull their weight. With a 320-lb weight capacity, these casements can support industry-leading sized windows up to 10 feet in height.


VUE Collection Hinged Patio Door 

Weather Shield’s VUE Collection Hinged Patio Door is designed to elevate your backyard oasis while providing the security and functionality necessary for long lasting performance.


Our patio doors are designed to weather all the elements. Internal sill drainage directs water away from the interior of the home and a molded sill end cap ensures a watertight seal between the side jambs. Both inswing and outswing doors are certified to a Performance Grade 60.


To ensure the door operates smoothly and provides a high level of security, it is equipped with a stainless-steel, 5-point locking system.  The door panels swing from a pair of heavy-duty hinges that are adjustable in every direction to help create a tight seal. Hinged doors are available in heights up to 12’.


Contemporary Collection Next Gen Sliding Door

The Next Gen Sliding Patio Door from Weather Shield Windows & Doors is transforming the sliding door category with four key benefits: larger expanses of glass, advanced low-profile sill design, improved overall performance and superior operation.  What makes this door unique from others in the market is its advanced hardware system.  The door features a multi-point locking system that shifts the panel to the interior when unlocked.  This movement releases the weather seals on the door and allows it to slide freely with little friction.  This advanced locking system provides exceptional air, water, and structural performance.  A wept 1-1/4″ low-profile sill diverts water away from the interior. An optional direct-glazed version of the door expands the visible glass, giving a clean, modern look. This door is available in a 2, 3, and 4-panel configurations.


About Weather Shield Windows & Doors

Weather Shield Windows & Doors is intelligent design. Weather Shield combines artistry and engineering to create high-end windows and doors that help architects, homebuilders and homeowners push the boundaries of what’s possible.  Founded in 1955 and owned by the Schield family, Weather Shield is based in Medford, Wisconsin.  Learn more at