This is a window with a lower fixed sash and an upper movable sash that slides up and down.
A single-hung window has a single movable sash that slides up from the bottom, while the top sash stays stationary. When open, the two sashes overlap, requiring no additional space to ventilate.
This maximizes space around the window, making it a popular choice in bedrooms and by high-traffic areas, such as a patio. Because the top sash does not operate, single-hung windows are also ideal in spaces where the upper sash is out of reach.
This is a window that projects outward from the wall of a building and typically consists of a central window flanked by two smaller windows.
Bay and bow windows are created by combining three or more windows together so that they angle out beyond the house wall. They can be casement, double-hung or picture units depending on the need. By using more windows, bay and bow windows allow more light in and also give you extra space inside your room.
This is a large, fixed window that does not open and is usually used to allow light into a room or to provide a view.
These windows are stationary and do not open. This makes them more energy efficient and allows for larger sizes than a window that vents. Often used in combinations to maximize the view.
A sliding window is a window that opens by sliding horizontally along a top and bottom track in the window frame. It is somewhat similar to a double-hung window, just turned on its side. Sliding windows are available in a few different configurations to choose from, based on what would be best for your home.
A sliding window is one of the most common window styles available today and works well in many homes. Understanding what exactly a sliding window is, how it operates, and the pros and cons can help you choose if this window style is a good fit for your home.
An awning window has hinges at the top of the frame, and swings outward from the bottom. They can open with the simple crank of a handle or with the basic glide of the Easy-Slide Operator hardware.
Awning windows are great in places that could use extra ventilation and light. Because of the top-hinged design, these windows naturally prevent water from entering while open, even when it’s raining. Awning windows are extremely energy efficient, especially since wind blowing on the outside can create an even tighter seal.
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