Window Definitions

When shopping for windows, you have a variety of options to consider. The windows you choose depend on multiple factors such as your home design and style, and which room you are planning on installing them. Many homeowners opt for a combination of window styles including awning, bay, bow, casement, single slider, double slider, single hung, and double hung windows.

Here what you need to know about the various window options available:

Awning Window: These are a top hinged style window that swings open in an outward direction to provide ventilation. One of the attractive features of awning windows is they are easy to clean from the inside, they provide increased ventilation and natural light. They are commonly installed above or below other windows or above doors and can be installed as a structural window.

Awning Window

Bay Windows: Bay windows are the perfect option for rooms in your home where you want to create an alcove that brings in natural light. Bay windows project outward from the wall at 30 or 45 degrees, helping to add to your homes curb appeal. They are ideal for larger rooms, and can be customized using different finishes, types of glass; making them a focal point in any room they are installed.

bay Windows

Bow Windows: These are a combination of multiple window panes that together create a semi-circular shape, instantly creating a cozy nook or greenhouse at home. They are available in 3, 4, or 5 window configurations, giving you flexibility in terms of look and functionality. Bow windows often allow you to create window seats, a breakfast nook in your kitchen, or the perfect area to display your indoor plants.

Bow Windows

Casement Windows: These upright windows are the perfect contemporary option for your home. They open and close outward, similar to how a door opens, to provide proper ventilation with the turn of a handle. They can be installed on their own or in conjunction with other windows and offer clear sight lines. They are durable, energy efficient, and are easy to clean.

Casement Windows

Single Slider Windows: These are practical and easy to use windows. Simply slide the windows horizontally to open and close, making them a great option for many different rooms in your home. They are highly secure, easy to clean, energy efficient, and come in a number of frame and glass finish options.

Single Slider Windows

Double Slider Windows: The same concept as single slider windows, these modern and easy to use windows have two window openings, allowing you to open them on both sides, increasing air flow and make them more function for larger window opens.

Double Slider Windows

Single Hung Windows: These windows are the perfect option for people seeking additional security and energy efficiency. Featuring a tilt-in sash, they are a low maintenance option that can be used in almost every room of your home.

Single Hung Windows

Double Hung Windows: Double hung windows offer the same great features and functionality as single hung windows, with the one difference being they are larger, making them ideal for larger openings.

Double Hung Windows

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