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Double hung windows are famous for their ease of cleaning and classic look. Add in their durability and energy efficiency, and it’s no wonder the double hung window is so popular!
A sliding window, also called a slider, has a sash that opens horizontally to let fresh air in. The sliding window has a more contemporary look to it than a double hung.
A casement window hinges along one side and swings outward using a crank mechanism. The seal that is formed when a casement window is closed makes them one of the most air tight style options.
Use a vinyl picture window to frame a beautiful outdoor view, or to incorporate into a dramatic wall of windows. Available in many sizes, a picture window can be the perfect addition to your home.
An awning window has a hinge along the top, allowing the window to open outward and air to flow up and in. Awning windows are great for places where you’d like to keep the window open in light rain.
Bay and Bow windows are combinations of casement or picture windows that project outward from the home. They add extra light to the room and expand interior space.
Popular for kitchens, garden windows add light and space while projecting outward and opening at the sides for ventilation.
Geometric windows can be curved or angled to fit almost any shape. From circles to triangles and almost anything in between, a geometric window can be made to fit your space.