Casement windows feature one hinged sash that swings out, welcoming the breeze in. These windows are coveted for their clean, uncluttered views and effortless operation.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open out like a casement. They're often placed above or below other windows – and over doors – for extra ventilation and light.
Double-hung windows have two sliding sashes providing efficient ventilation. Raise the lower sash to allow in a cool breeze. Lower the upper sash to pull hot air from the ceiling outside.
Single-hung windows offer the same timeless style as double-hung windows but only the bottom sash is movable.
A sliding panel allows for easy operation – an ideal choice for difficult-to-reach areas.
Bay and bow windows are combinations of windows that reach out into the world. Even with limited wall space, they allow you to have more windows to capture the view.
Special Shape windows are available in rectangular, curved and angled. They can be used by themselves, as an accent or with other products, providing endless design possibilities.
Scheduling an in-home consultation
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Planning your budget
Review the 6 most common factors that affect your project cost.
Understanding your installation options
From do it yourself to do it for me, here’s how to choose the right installation method for your project.
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