Replacement windows come in a variety of styles, each with their own list of features and benefit to fit your individual needs. The most popular styles of replacement windows are found below.
Casement windows are windows that are hinged at the side, and open outward from either side. Casement windows are ideal for sunrooms and additions, as they offer view unobstructed by sashes and grids.
Double Hung Windows
Double hung windows have a bottom sash that can be raised, and a top sash that can be lowered. Many double hung windows offer the added benefit of the sashes tilting in for easy cleaning.
Single Hung Windows
Single hung windows have a fixed top sash, with a bottom window sash that can be raised. Many single hung windows offer the added benefit of the bottom sash tilting in for easy cleaning.
Awning windows have a hinge at the top and open out from the bottom. Awning windows are often used on top of larger windows or patio doors for added light and ventilation.
Sliding windows have one fixed window sash, and another that slides open from side to side.
Bay & Bow Windows
Bay windows consist of three windows joined together, while bow windows consist of four or more windows joined together to form a curve for maximum view from the inside and curb appeal from the outside.
Primarily used in one’s kitchen area, garden windows are ideal for growing herbs, showcasing small flowers and starting plants for late spring planting.
Used as architectural accent windows and to create a better view from the inside, specialty shaped windows use curves and rectangles, and are often coupled with regular rectangular windows. Specialty shaped windows do not generally open.
Specialty windows offer unique combinations of shapes, styles and features, include those that open for ventilation.
Skylights are built in roof windows providing a unique lighting function.