Double Hung Windows
Double Hung Windows remain popular today because they offer convenience and good looks all in one. You can open the window at the top or the bottom… or just leave it closed. Tilt-in top and bottom sashes make cleaning safe and easy from inside the home. Vinyl replacement windows are custom-made to fit your current window openings precisely. Fusion-welded vinyl frames and sashes will never chip, peel, crack or warp. A multi-chambered sash and mainframe design creates insulating air space for thermal efficiency.
Casement Windows are hinged at the side so the sash opens outward, to the left or right, in a swinging motion and allows for sash cleaning from inside you home. Beveled exterior sash design gives the window the appearance of a larger glass area with an attractive slimline look. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame.
Sliding Windows have as little frame as possible, giving you the biggest view. The windows move smoothly and effortlessly on their tracks. Sliding replacement windows fit in any double window space or wider, and are the perfect solution for those extra-wide views or hard to reach places. They also provide easy access for cleaning and maintenance since the two sashes fold inward, allowing you to clean the entire window from inside your home.
Awning Windows are crank-operated and are hinged at the top. Easy to reach and simple to operate, just turn the crank on your awning replacement windows and they're open in seconds. A perfect addition to your existing double hung, casement windows or picture window, awning windows look gorgeous up high and down low.
Bay and Bow Windows
Bay and Bow Windows are a great choice for rooms where you want to create a greater sense of spaciousness. They are popular choices for kitchens, living rooms and master bedrooms. So what are bay and bow windows? Bay windows are combinations of three or more windows projecting outward from a room. Bow windows are a variation of bay windows, made up of four or more window units joined at equal angles to form a curve.
A bay or bow window lets you maximize space and take advantage of multiple views. They also make rooms appear more open and spacious, increase the flow of light into a home, and can add much needed counter area to rooms such as your kitchen.
Garden Windows are known for their unique dimensional design and multi-purpose functionality. Often used in kitchens over sink areas, they actually make the room appear larger and provide ample space to place items while allowing in more light. With vinyl garden windows you'll experience years of trouble-free operation and greater thermal efficiency.
Picture Windows are not operational, so they don't allow airflow, but they're great for making a space feel more open since they provide a more unobstructed view than many other types of windows. Picture windows are designed to complement other styles like double hung, slider and casement windows. Very common locations for picture windows are dining and living rooms, but they can be located practically anywhere and are used in conjunction with operational windows.
Basement Windows are available in two styles. The Hopper window is hinged at the top for opening, and the Sliding window glides back and forth requiring less height to open and close. The old days of having a basement that is dark and gloomy are over. Today, you can choose from windows for a basement that can maximize lighting, security and ventilation.
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