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One of the most popular choice for replacement windows, double-hung windows have two sashes that slide up and down. The sashes move individually in tracks or grooves in the side jamb. Most modern double-hung have a tilt-in feature for easy cleaning.
Casement windows, or casements, are hinged on the side frame and open with a crank or lever-style handle and swing open like a door. The handles are located on the lower frame and make casements perfect for hard to reach places, over counters or furniture. Casements can be installed as single units or grouped together or with other styles.
Bay windows are typically three adjoining windows where the center is a fixed or picture window and one venting window on each side. The venting windows can be double-hung or casement windows of your choice.
Like bay windows, bow windows are a series of adjoining windows, but typically four or more windows of choice and can be a combination of window types. Bow windows are most likely to consist of all venting windows or contain some fixed windows. The venting windows are a personal preference but the most commonly used are casements.
Bay and bow windows enlarge and brighten a room with their elegant style.
Picture, or Fixed-lite, windows are not operable and therefore "fixed", they are typically used in conjunction with other window types to form a combination window arrangement.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward. Perfect for rainy days to let fresh air in and keep rain out. The "crank" handle allows the window to close tightly to seal and secure.
Sliding windows slide open horizontally and allow more light to enter the home. Sliders add a contemporary style and asethetic value. Theft deterrent locks add extra security.
Garden windows extend out from the house and bring the element of being outdoors indoors. Create a mini-green house in any room of your home. Operating casement windows allow for ventilation along with a multi-locking system for added security.
Glass blocks windows are an alternative to customary window design as well as other interior design. Glass blocks are great for bathrooms where you want the light to come in but obstruct outdoor views, interior walls, room dividers, basement windows and door sidelights.