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Windows Types

Double-Hung Windows

Slightly different then single-hung as they offer the house owners the capacity to open all the parts, instead of only the base sash, which provides better wind current and ventilation for your living rooms and bed rooms.

Fixed/Picture Windows

Picture windows are fixed windows that don’t open. They were generally introduced to project the beautiful surroundings and to let in the light. For unhindered perspectives where ventilation isn’t a worry, picture windows are perfect.

Sliding Windows

Sliding windows or gliding windows have panels that slide from left to right in a straight direction on the track capacity of its frame, making it the simplest and easiest to use window.Sliding windows function admirably on dividers and walls.

Casement (Hinges Open)

Its come in numerous sizes and are very easy to clean. These windows are perfect for hard to reach parts of your home, as the functionality of this window is very easy. Its pivoted along the edge and have outward opened like an entryway.

Arched or Elliptical

These gratify all the standard essentials of a window: lighting, airing and a perspective on the world outside. Above all the arched design they give your home a stylish yet classy touch. Every house has its own character which makes it unique.

Skylight Windows

A skylight window is a light-transmitting structure that structures all or part of the rooftop space of a structure for daylighting purposes. A rooftop window is an outward opening window that is consolidated as a major aspect of the structure of a rooftop.

Bay/Bow Windows

These types of windows are curve shaped showcasing a round exterior on the side or front of the house. Bay/Bow Windows are ideal for any architecture. These windows have more moveable panels.This option allows for a 180-degree view from inside of the home.

Awning Windows

Awning windows are operated by a hinge on the top panel and it opens outward, permitting ventilation without letting in a rain storm or falling leaves. Screens being inside of the window, are protected from harm. Awning windows are commonly used for underground areas.

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