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Window Types


Awning windows are compatible with various architectural styles; they are hinged at the top and open from the bottom in an upward swing.


Bay windows consist of three individual units. The center unit is parallel to the exterior wall. The left and right-side (flanking) units are aligned at 30 or 45-degree angles.


Bow windows extend outward to create the illusion of a rounded (arched) wall. A bow window consists of four or more adjoining windows installed on a radius from the building’s wall.


Casement windows are hinged on the left or right side and open outward in a swinging motion. Casements deliver the most unobstructed viewing areas and ventilation of any operating window.


Double-hung windows are best suited to traditional architectural styles. Feature an upper and lower sash that slide vertically past each other in a single frame. Both sashes tilt in for convenient cleaning.


A garden window is a projecting, three-sided window includes one shelf, a glass top, and a single-hung window on each side for maximum air circulation.


Multi-slide patio doors are ideal for nearly any patio or deck. Vinyl multi-slide patio doors are durable and open smoothly and easily


Single-hung windows feature a stationary top sash and a bottom sash that slides upward vertically. Available with a tilt or side-load removable sash for easy cleaning.


Skylights are a popular option for bringing natural light into a home. Even a single skylight can transform a room, adding 30% more light than a single window. Skylights are commonly regarded as a transformational design concept.


Sliding windows include one stationary sash and one sash that moves to the right or left in grooves or tracks. It may also be referred to as a roller or glider window.


Tilt and Turn windows are Inspired by European trends and deliver the functionality of a casement window and the ventilation of a hopper window.

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