Picking out a design option for your window shouldn’t be too much of a problem, considering how many types there are to choose from. We offer a selection of window options to choose from that are bound to make your home look more stunning than ever before. If you’ve always wanted to bring more natural light into certain areas of your home, or just want the extra airflow option in particular rooms, our design options can help you achieve that.
Single Hung Windows
Single hung windows are for those that like simplicity. They provide the protection needed to secure your home and offer sunlight and can be enclosed with a screen or mesh filter on the outward facing side. With a sturdy piece of glass inserted into the frame, single hung windows can be installed in all shapes and sizes, ranging to your preference and home design. Single hung windows can be opened by sliding them upwards or by unlocking a tab and pushing upwards.
Double Hung Windows
Double hung windows are preferred because of the ability to easily open and close them by sliding one panel up or down. What’s more, double hung windows can be more convenient to clean than attempting to reach in between panels, higher windows, or with double-sided glass. Most double hung windows have double panes included in their structure, which reinforces the durability and strength of the windows for lasting use. We recommend double hung windows for clients that want to add value to their windows, with little maintenance, and that will be long-lasting.
Bay and Bow Windows
Bay and bow windows offer a unique aesthetic that helps brighten and open up space in particular parts of your home. In some styles of homes, clients may have segments in their homes called turrets, which are round tower-like structures that are best complemented with bay and bow windows. The windows help align the outside of the turrets and provide brightness that scales along the curves of the tower. On the inside, turrets may make a room appear dark or dimmed without the help of bay and bow windows that bring out its potential.
Awning and Tilt Turn Windows
Awning windows are installed in the upper roof area of many homes, where the roof juts into an awning, overseeing other parts of the home. Awning windows are designed to open from the top and can provide some ventilation and sunlight to hard-to-reach areas such as high bedrooms or attics. Created like awning windows, tilt turn windows give clients the option to open their windows from an angle, usually the top or the bottom. If you only want to crack the window open for some fresh air, tilt and turn can help you do that, allowing you to adjust the openness of the window with a simple push. Most tilt and turn windows can also be installed with full-open features that allow you to switch the handle and open the window completely from the side.