Window Types

 




DOUBLE HUNG

A window unit that has two operable sashes
which move vertically in the frame.






SLIDER

A window that opens and closes horizontally.
It is offered in both two and three lite configurations.

 

 





PICTURE

A stationary window that is non-venting.





CASEMENT

A window that is attached to the frame by side hinges and cranks outward for ventilation to the right or left.
 
 
 
 


AWNING

A window unit that is hinged on the top, in which the bottom sash swings outward for ventilation.
 




HOPPER

A window unit that is hinged on the bottom in which the top of the sash swings inward.

 
 

BAY

An angular, multi-panel window, usually made up of a large center fixed unit and two flanking units, projecting out from the wall of the home. The three window unit usually projects at 9, 15, 30, or 45 degree angles to the wall. Bays can inlcude double hungs, casements, and pictures.





BOW

A composite of three or more window units joined together in a radial formation. Bows can inlcude double hungs, casements, and pictures.
 


 
 
GARDEN

Each garden window includes a glass tempered shelf to support additonal plants in your home and two operating casements for ventilation.





SPECIAL SHAPE

Our special shape non-venting windows offer endless creative possibilities for a custom look.
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