WHAT STYLE ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
Awning – An awning window is hinged at the top and opens outside your home with a crank handle.
Bay – A bay window assembly consists of three windows set at 30, 45 or 90 degree angles, with a larger center section. The whole assembled unit projects outside your home and the interior often creates a seating or display area.
Bow – A bow window assembly consists of 3, 4 or 5 windows of the same size that project in a radius. The whole assembled unit projects outside your home and the interior often creates a seating or display area.
Casement – A casement window is hinged on one side and opens outside your home with a crank handle.
Double-Hung – A double-hung window consists of two sashes, one above the other, that raise or lower via a balance mechanism. Both sashes tilt in for convenient cleaning.
Geometric – A geometric window is any window that is not a rectangle. Most are fixed, but some may operate.
Garden – A garden window simulates a greenhouse and projects outside your home. It features a slanted glass roof, shelving for plants or accent pieces, and casement side windows.
Hopper – A hopper window is hinged at the bottom and pulls inward.
Patio Door – A patio door consists of two or three panels and one panel rolls on a track for opening.
Picture Window – A picture window has no moving or opening parts. It consists of frame and glass.
Single-Hung – A single hung mimics the visual style of a double hung, but the top section does not operate.
Slider – A slider window consists of two or three side by side sections. At least one of the sections rolls or slides from side to side in a track.