windows and doors

Window Styles

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Single Slider Window

Single slider windows has one sash that is fixed, while the other sash opens and closes by sliding from side to side. Since single slider windows do not open outward, they are ideal for rooms near shrubs, trees, walkways, and patios.

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Single Hung Window

Single hung windows consist of two sashes. The top sash is stationary and the bottom sash slides up to open. The bottom sash also tilts inwards for easy cleaning from inside your home. Since single hung windows do not open outward, they are ideal for rooms near shrubs, trees, walkway, and patios.

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Picture Window

Picture windows offer clear views and welcome in natural light, making any room feel bigger and brighter. Because they do not open, picture windows have no moveable sashes or hardware to obstruct the view.

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Geometric Window

Geometric windows include window shapes that do not have four 90º corners, such as half-rounds, French arches, trapezoids, and triangles. They provide a beautiful view without expending extra energy.

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Double Slider Window

Double slider windows create more air circulation since both sashes open and close by gliding to the left or right. Since double sliders do not open outward, they are ideal for rooms near shrubs, trees, walkways, and patios. To accommodate the double acting sashes, double sliders require a deeper frame than single sliders..

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Double Hung

Double hung windows consist of two operable sashes. Both sashes can open at the same time for more air circulation and they tilt in for easy cleaning from inside your home. Since double hung windows do not open outward, they are ideal for rooms near shrubs, trees, walkways, and patios.

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Geometric Window

Geometric windows include window shapes that do not have four 90º corners, such as half-rounds, French arches, trapezoids, and triangles. They can be a bold architectural element that adds natural light and visual interest to your home.

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Casement Window

Casement windows offer the unobstructed view of picture windows, but with the benefit of opening for air circulation. They are hinged on the side and swing outward with an easy to use crank operation

Awning Window

Awning Window

Awning windows are hinged on the top and open outward from the bottom with an easy to use crank operation. They allow for ventilation and protection from the rain.

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Geometric Window

Geometric windows include window shapes that do not have four 90º corners, such as half-rounds, French arches, trapezoids, and triangles. They can be a bold architectural element that adds natural light and visual interest to your home.

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Garden Window

Garden windows are a popular choice to brighten kitchens and bathrooms. They open the room to more sunlight and provide a perfect shelf for plants and décor.