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Double Hung Windows

A double hung window can be opened from the bottom or lowered from the top. It also tilts in so you can clean your window from the inside of your home.

Single Hung Windows

Single hung windows can be raised from the bottom to allow airflow, while the top of the window remains stationary and helps increase energy efficiency.

Slider Windows

Easy to use, slider windows glide open from either the left or right and provide a wide view of your outside landscape.

Casement Windows

A great window for the hard to reach areas of your home, casement windows open easily with a crank operating system, while providing maximum energy efficiency and airflow.

Awning Windows

Hinged at the top and designed to open outward, awning windows provide additional airflow to a room. They open and shut easily with the turn of a crank handle.

Bay or Bow Windows

Add dimension to your home with a bay or bow window. These windows project outward, creating more space inside and major curb appeal outside.

Picture Windows

One of the most energy efficient of all windows, picture windows provide a wide open view and come in a variety of sizes, so they can fit any space in your home.

Geometric Windows

With geometric windows, you can design a unique look to add character to your home. Use these windows to create a focal point in your house or add more light to an area.

Garden Windows

Enjoy flowers and plants year round with garden windows. These windows project outward and provide space for foliage, photos or d├ęcor.