We have a wide variety of windows for any project
Double-hung windows are perfect for almost any room, but work especially well where space is limited. Pivoting inward, it’s easy to clean the exterior from the inside of your home, making them an excellent choice for rooms on the second floor or higher.
Casement & Awning
Awning and casement windows are a good choice for rainy climates. Casement windows are a great choice for over a sink, counter or appliance. This window style can also replace a double-hung window.
Champion picture windows are a great choice for any room that gets a lot of natural light or has amazing views. Let them stand alone or serve as the centerpiece of a window unit flanked by smaller styles like double-hungs or casements.
A slider window is typically composed of two operable sashes that open and close horizontally on a track. It’s a good window style choice when the width of your opening is longer than its height
Shaped windows are perfect for any room, as they are built to fit any space. Use them to make a statement where standard windows might not work.
Garden windows are perfect for an area like your kitchen or breakfast nook, allowing you to grow and use your own herbs.
Bay and Bow
Bay and bow windows are a perfect choice for any room you spend lots of time in, like a living room, family room, or home office. Bow windows are typically made up of casement windows, while bay windows typically have a picture window in the center with double-hung windows on other side.
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Single Hung Windows
Single hung windows look almost identical to double hung windows. Both have an upper and lower sash, traditional aesthetics, and are easy to operate and clean. The key difference between these styles is that both the top and bottom sashes of a double hung window are movable. Only the bottom sash operates on single hung windows.
Essential Double Hung
The Essential™ Double Hung window, made of Ultrex® fiberglass, offers a classic look with simplified design. Top and bottom sash tilt and remove for easy cleaning and streamlined options offer the right level of customization.
Specialty windows are windows that are not the traditional square or rectangular shape. They can stand alone as a picture window, or be combined with other operable windows or specialty shapes for something unique. Use specialty windows to add instant character, enhance curb appeal, create a focal point, or add more light to a room. Specialty windows are an excellent choice if you want to match a specific design period or style – or define a new one.
Hinged at the top and opening from the bottom, awning windows are kissing cousins to casements, and offer many of the same benefits—but with a few additional perks, especially in inclement weather. Like casements, they also pair well with large/inoperable windows. They are an excellent choice for above sinks, counters, or doors where opening requires reach.