Casement windows

Casement Windows hinge at the side and open out from the other side.


Features & Benefits

  • Provide exceptional airflow. By design, you can open casement windows all the way
  • depending on your needs
  • Add architectural distinction
  • Work well with other window styles
  • Receive high security ratings
  • Boost energy efficiency.

Awning Windows

An Awning Window has hinges at the top of the frame, and swings outward from the bottom.


Features & Benefits

  • Block rain
  • Block UV damage
  • Reduce cooling costs
  • Protect delicate plants
  • Protect your foundation
  • Improve curb appeal

Single-Hung Windows

A Single-Hung window has a fixed top sash and a bottom sash that can be raised.


Features & Benefits

  • They are much cheaper to order and install than double-hung windows.
  • Since only one sash opens, they provide more energy-efficiency against air leaks.
  • They are easier to install because there are fewer moving parts to consider.

Double-Hung Windows

A Double-Hung Window has a top sash that can be lowered and a bottom sash that can be raised.


Features & Benefits

  • Visual appeal. Matching just about any home style, double-hung windows can be adapted to fit your taste and the look of your home, whether it is traditional or contemporary
  • Ventilation. With both open, cool air from outside will enter through the bottom sash while warm air from inside your home will exit through the top sash.
  • Safety. You can’t push them outwards. This makes them safe near decks, patios, and outdoor walkways.

Sliding Windows

A Sliding Window is a window that opens by sliding horizontally along a top and bottom track in the window frame.


Features & Benefits

  • There are no sashes to block your view
  • They are easy to use
  • They are energy efficient
  • They require little maintenance

Picture Windows

A Picture Window consists of a single pane of glass without any rails that doesn’t open.


Features & Benefits


  • They can make the room look larger than life.
  • They let in plenty of natural light.
  • They have a flexible and functional design.


Bay Windows

A Bay Window consists of a Picture Window at the center with two different windows on both sides.


Features & Benefits

  • Extra space. As far as specialty windows are concerned, bay windows are the most functional since they add extra space and dimension to your home
  • More windows equals more light
  • Better exterior views

Bow Windows

A Bow window uses the same style of window in each section, and the whole structure is rounded.


Features & Benefits

  • More natural light
  • Customizable window options
  • Increased curb appeal

Custom Windows

Custom Windows are specifically designed to fit a unique style.


Features & Benefits

  • Superior aesthetics. Custom fittings allow you to choose the exact style and color you prefer for your home.
  • Optimum energy efficiency. With custom-made windows, you can choose double or triple-paned models that offer better insulation for your home.
  • Easier installations. Custom Windows have less prep-work and fewer additional materials to complete window installation.
  • Versatile designs. Custom Windows offer flexibility in styling

Casement Windows
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