Window Styles

Casement

Feature a cranking handle that opens and closes the window from the side, like a book

Double Hung

Open by sliding one sash vertically past another

Tilt Turn and Hopper

dual-functioning window: swing it in like a door or tilt the top of the sash into your room for ventilation.

Awning

Hinged at the top and open at the bottom using a crank handle. Awnings are designed to circulate air without exposing your room to elements such as light rain.

Specialty

Are stationary windows with curved shapes or angles other than 90°.

Gliding

The Glider window is a reliable choice for simple operation and energy efficiency. A Glider’s sash slides horizontally on the window sill. It’s a perfect window for areas where a swinging sash would be in the way, for example, overlooking a deck or porch.

Bay & Bow

Traditionally, bay windows are made from three windows: a large picture window is flanked by smaller windows on the sides that are set at 30º, 45º, 60º or 90º degree angles. The graceful curve of a bow window is a lovely way to open any room and capture a view.

Fixed

stationary windows designed to match double-hung or casement windows.