Sliding Windows: Sliding (also called gliding) windows offer several features, featuring top-to-bottom ventilation, large glass areas, and space-saving horizontally gliding sashes that can open either to the left or right.
Casement Windows: Casement windows crank outward from the right or the left with hardware that stores away into a recessed opening when not in use. Providing top-to-bottom ventilation when fully open, casement windows are beautiful, as well as energy efficient.
Awning Windows: Hinged at the top and opening from the bottom, awning windows are very similar to casements, and offer many of the same benefits but with a few additional perks, especially in harsh weather. They are an excellent choice for above sinks, counters, or doors where opening requires reach.
Double-Hung Windows: There’s a reason double-hung windows are North America’s first choice. Double-hung windows feature two operable sashes in three styles for improved ventilation and easy cleaning. Double-hung are a great window option for restoration and renovation projects where historic accuracy is important. They are also well-suited for rooms facing walkways, porches, or patios, as they do not extend into the space.
Single-Hung Windows: These are similar to double-hung windows, but only the bottom sash operates. Historic single-hung windows are ideal if you’re hoping to combine classic elegance with modern efficiency. Picture windows: Also called a fixed window, this style doesn’t operate. In fact, its sole purpose is to provide natural light and stunning views. They are an excellent choice for hard to reach spaces, like high walls in an arched room. With no moving parts to worry about, picture windows can be incredibly large, eliminating many restrictions.
Bay and Bow Windows: (also called projection windows) add architectural attraction while maximizing room space. Bay windows have three sides and are available in four projection angles. Bow windows form a gentle arc of four, five, or six windows. Bay and bow windows capture impressive views and improve your home’s curb appeal. They are an excellent choice for opening up a room and increasing the light.
Custom Windows: These are windows that are not the traditional square or rectangular shape. They can stand alone as a picture window, or be combined with other operable windows or specialty shapes for something unique. Use custom windows to add instant style, enhance curb appeal, create a focal point, or add more light to a room. Specialty windows are an excellent choice if you want to match a specific design period or style. Choose special sizes, shapes, grille patterns, hardware styles, colors, finishes, and more..
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