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Check out pictures and descriptions of the various styles of windows available and see what each has to offer you in style and function.

Single hung windows are traditional in appearance and operation. On a single hung window, only the bottom sash is moveable with a fixed top sash. Single hung windows are one of the most commonly installed windows in America due to their versatility. They are often used in bedrooms, bathrooms, offices and more, and can easily be combined with eyebrow, special shape or arch windows to create an attractive architectural style in any home.




Similar in appearance to a Single Hung, this popular window style has two sashes that glide up and down. They operate at the push of a single finger and have classic design features that complement any home. Double Hung tilt-in windows have the added convenience of either sash tilting into the room so you can clean the outer glass surface from inside the home.

Let more light and ventilation into your home with our slider windows. One stationary sash welcomes the sun while the operable sash glides smoothly from side to side to maximize airflow.  The slider is also an ideal choice when there is not enough outdoor clearance for a crank-out sash.


Casement windows have a single sash, which is hinged on the side and cranks open vertically on a metal track. The sash opens with the turn of a handle, making casement windows a great choice for hard-to-reach places, such as over countertops and sinks. The popularity of Casement windows is enormous for several reasons. They adapt to any architecture and provide operation and performance features that can't be matched by other operating windows. Combined with studio units, they offer a multitude of different combinations in the form of Triple Picture units, Bow and Bay windows. Casements are built using the warm edge glass technology and are available either primed or in variety of aluminum clad exterior colors.


Sliding Doors provide a visual presentation that your friends and family will appreciate. It’s more than an entrance or egress, it’s a statement of who you are, your view on life, and how you want the world to enter and exit. Sliding Doors are the perfect complement to your home’s individuality and the design décor you’re creating. The door panels are specially designed to allow for maximum viewing area and strength to withstand daily use. Sliding Doors offer dependable security, high durability and easy operation.


Bay Windows are window combinations that project outward from a home. These dramatic combinations can add space, volume and light to a room and add more personality to any home, inside and out. They can easily replace traditional flat windows, which mean you can dramatically change a room without major remodeling in most cases.


Similar to Bay Windows, Bow Windows are window combinations that curve more gradually and gracefully outside a home. These dramatic combinations can add space, volume and light to a room and add more personality to any home—inside and out as well. They can easily replace traditional flat windows, which mean you can dramatically change a room without major remodeling in most cases.


Garden windows extend out from the house offering a unique design element. Angling outward from your home, they expand your living area and provide shelves for plants, herbs and collectables. Made of vinyl, our garden windows offer exceptional energy efficiency. With a range of styles, colors, and other options, they fit well into any home providing great curb appeal.


These versatile windows have a single sash that is hinged at the top. The sash swings opens from the bottom, creating an awning effect and enabling you to have the window open even when it is raining. Awning windows are often combined with other window styles to add a unique effect to any room.


These direct-set, stationary windows are all about adding drama and light to your room. Choose rectangular, radius, geometric , or custom shapes. Use them alone or in combination with other window styles for a stunning focal point.

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