Window Styles


Double-hung windows open vertically with sash that slide up and down. You can open double-hung windows without consuming exterior space, and with a tilt-wash version, you may never have to go outside to wash windows again. Since they do not use up valuable exterior space, double-hung windows are a good choice when windows are next to walkways, porches or patios.


Casement windows are hinged at the side and crank outward. They give you unobstructed views top-to-bottom and side-to-side and open fully – catching breezes and directing the flow of fresh air into your home.


Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward. They can be positioned in a row, column, or against other windows, creating walls of light that are both beautiful and functional. They are often used to flank picture windows.


Bay windows are typically three windows joined together. The center window is often fixed with operating double-hung or casement windows on the sides. Bow windows consist of four or more casement windows joined together to form a graceful curve.


Specialty windows are stationary windows with curved shapes or angles other than 90 degrees.


Skylights and roof windows are designed for installation of sloped surfaces.