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window styles

Window Styles

There are many different window and door styles and operating types. We have assembled a list of the various window and door styles, with information on how the function.

If you are interested in learning more about the different styles of windows and which operating type would be best for your home, please contact us.

Double Hung Window
Both sash on Double Hung windows easily lifts
to open fully and tilts inward for easy cleaning. Both sashes also remove quickly for repairing broken glass in minutes. Easier access to screw pockets mean a faster more secure install.

Double Slider Window
This window has two sash that open and close
by sliding from side to side. the two way feature means more versatility in furniture placement. Many times the best choice for replacing old twin windows, especially in bedrooms where code requires exit windows.

Casement Window
The sash is hinged on one side of the window, and swings open a full 90-degrees* by turning the crank handle at the base. This window style offers the best of style and function by giving you the clean look of a picture window and twice the ventalation of a double hung. It magically makes every opening look larger. Exceptional security!

Awning Window
The sash of this window is hinged at the top and open outwards when you turn the crank handle at the base. Great for bathrooms and any opening you would like to vent in a light to moderate rain. Can vent and retain most of the privacy with obscure glass.  Unmatched security!

Picture Window
Picture windows are fixed and do not open or close. The most attractive choice when the room doesn't need an opening window.

Geometric Windows
Geometric windows are completely fixed windows that do not open or close, but are available in variety of stylish shapes.

Garden Window
Garden Windows extend outwards from the frame of the house and feature functional Casement sidelites. They are designed to create a brightly sunlit area to showcase plants or collectibles.

Bay Window
Bay windows are created by mulling three windows at either 30- or 45-degree angles that extend outward from the frame of the house.

Bow Window
Bow windows are similar to a Bay Window, but are more rounded in appearance because the 3, 4 or 5 lite windows are mulled at 10-degree angles.

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