Window

Awning Window– A window consisting of one or more sash hinged at the top or bottom which project outward or inward from the plane of the frame. An awning rotates about its top hinge(s) rotates about its top hinge(s) and projects outward.

Basement Hopper Window– A hopper window is a small window that opens downward and inward. It is commonly installed as a bathroom or basement window. The upward tilt of the window glass pane blocks open dirt and debris from getting into your home. It usually can be opened with a crank or hinge.

Bay Window A bay window is a window space projecting outward from the main walls of a building and forming a bay in a room.

Bow Window Bow windows extend beyond the exterior wall, but sweep away from the wall in a graceful arch of four, five, or six windows.  This elegant window style is typically larger than the bay window style and has more glass area because of a curve in lieu of corners.

Casement Window A casement is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges at the side. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, in which case they are hinged on the outside. Casement windows are often held open using a casement stay.

Picture WindowA picture window is a large, fixed-pane window, generally made without glazing bars. A picture window gets its name from the fact that it is designed to give you a clear view of your surroundings without any obstructions—essentially acting as a picture frame for the scenery outside the window.

Single Hung Window A single-hung sash window is a window that has one sash that is movable (usually the bottom one) and the other fixed. This is the earlier form of sliding sash window and is also cheaper.

Double Hung Window– Double-Hung windows have two operating sash that move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both.

Slider Window- A slider window is a type of window that you open horizontally. If you tilt your head to one side they almost look like double-hung windows. Most slider windows have two glass panels with one moveable side. You can decide whether you want the moveable pane on the right or the left side.

Garden Window– A garden window or greenhouse window is a type of fenestration constructed as an exterior projection from a building, providing display space in the window. As the name suggests, small potted plants are often displayed in a garden window.