Window TypesWhich window style is right for you?
Double hung windows feature two window sashes that both open for multiple ventilation options and easy window use.
Single-hung windows are raised from the bottom for ventilation, while the top sash remains stationary.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and swing outward from the bottom. They glide open and shut with the turn of one easy-to-reach handle. Awning windows are often placed above or below other windows to add architectural interest, light and ventilation to a room while keeping the rain out.
Sliding windows open horizontally from one side, providing easy access to fresh air.
Casement windows are hinged at the sides and swing outward. They are a popular choice because they provide a clear view to the outdoors. Since our casement windows open and close easily with the turn of a handle, they're a great option for spots that are difficult to reach, like over the kitchen sink.
Bay & Bow
Bay windows are typically fixed in the center joined together with your choice of venting windows on each side. Bow windows are usually manufactured with four or more windows joined together
to form a graceful curve.
Why be square? Round windows can add graceful curves to your home.
From windows with graceful curves to contemporary angles, to special shapes, we offer virtually endless design possibilities and let you achieve a custom look at a competitive price. You can even have your windows custom designed and manufactured.