Single-Hung Windows

The single-hung window is a traditional style that opens by raising the bottom sash. The top glass of a single hung window is fixed in place.

  • Fixed meeting rail provides structural stability
  • Easy installation due to fewer moving parts

Double-Hung Windows

A more traditional style, the double hung window opens by raising the bottom sash or lowering the top sash of the window.

  • Allows ventilation from top or bottom of window (or both)
  • Both sashes tilt in for easy cleaning from inside your home

Single Sliding Windows

This is a traditional style window that opens by sliding the operable sash toward the center of the window. Single sliding windows can be manufactured so that either the left or right sash is operable.

  • Operable sash glides on rollers
  • A fixed meeting rail provides structural stability

Double Sliding Windows

Double sliding windows are a traditional style window that opens by sliding either sash toward the center of the window. This type allows ventilation from either side of the window.

  • Sashes glide on rollers
  • Both sashes can be removed from inside the home for easy cleaning

Casement and Awning Windows

Both casement and awning windows are hinged windows that open outward with a rotary crank handle.

  • Provides unobstructed viewing area
  • Complete perimeter seal provides superior thermal performance

Picture Windows and Custom Shapes

Picture windows provide an unobstructed view of the outdoors while allowing a good deal of natural light indoors. Picture windows can be used alone, but because they are stationary you will often fine them used in groupings with window styles that allow for ventilation.

Transom windows are also stationary. These are typically smaller rectangular windows used as accents above or beside larger windows and doors. Both picture windows and transoms are known as “fixed” windows. They allow for an unobstructed view and can be built in a variety of sizes.

Custom-made geometric shapes are also popular as accent windows. Half-rounds, quarter-rounds, triangles and other geometric window shapes can complement the architecture of any structure.

  • Provides unobstructed viewing area
  • Allows more natural light into an interior
  • Complements the architecture of a building

Bay and Bow Windows

A bay window is a decorative window that projects outward, creating a sense of open space. Bay windows allow for more light. The most popular configuration is a central fixed window flanked by two other windows, usually casement or double-hung styles that permit ventilation. Bay windows protrude farther from a wall out into the exterior space than a bow window.

Bow windows contain four or more windows and also project outward. The windows join to form a gentle curve, or a “bow” shape. Similar to a bay window, a bow window are typically fixed and its side windows are operable.

  • Projects outward for a dramatic look
  • Allows for plenty of natural light
  • Constructed with fixed center windows flanked by outer windows that open for ventilation

Patio Doors

To conserve space in homes and on porches and decks, sliding patio doors are constructed with panels that move side‐to‐side, rather than opening inward or outward.

  • Simple operation
  • Saves space inside and out