Windows

Double-hung windows feature two sliding sashes for efficient ventilation. They can be raised from the bottom or lowered from the top with sashes that tilt in for easy cleaning. 

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Double Hung

Picture, or fixed frame, windows are non-operable windows that pair beautifully with your standard operable windows.

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Picture

Casement windows are hinged at the sides and swing outward. Easily opening and closing with a crank that folds away when not in use.

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Casement

Sliding windows glide open horizontally from one side to the other, providing easy access to fresh air. 

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Sliding

Awning windows are hinged at the top and swing out from the bottom, gliding open and shut with the turn of a handle.

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Awning

Bay and bow windows are combinations of windows joined together to create an angle or curve that extends beyond the walls of your home. Bay windows consist of three windows – two angled, operable windows with one central fixed panel – while bow windows are typically four or more windows.

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Bay/Bow

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Specialty windows include shaped windows such as circle tops, trapezoids, pentagons, octagons and much more.  Whether you need a stand-alone shape or want to use a special shape in combination with another window style, we can design a window that meets your specifications.

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Specialty

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