Types of Replacement Windows
Vinyl casement replacement windows provide the largest opening ventilation area relative to the total window opening. This style is hinged along the vertical edge and open outwards from the opposite side using a crank mechanism. Unobstructed views are a key advantage for this contemporary style.
Double Hung Windows
Double hung vinyl replacement windows offer a traditional look and performance. The two sashes slide vertically past each other in a single frame – use only top sash for extra safety with children or pets. Can open top, bottom, or both to maximize ventilation in any room. Cleaning is made easy with inward tilting sashes which is perfect for those hard to reach window locations.
Horizontal sliding vinyl replacement windows provide a contemporary look with two or more sashes which slide past each other horizontally within the frame. This style window takes limited wall space, is the most adaptable configuration to practically any size wall, and is the most popular window for satisfying bedroom egress requirements.
Single Hung Window
Single hung replacement windows, traditional in appearance, have a fixed top sash and a vertically sliding bottom sash. These are reminiscent of old-style sash windows and open without using any exterior or interior space – Great to update the appearance of any building with!
Bay windows are a combination of three windows which project outward and make any room look more spacious. Bay windows let you maximize your space and take advantage of multiple scenic views. This style is a great way to brighten any dining room, living room, or kitchen and give it the look of luxury.
Awning replacement windows are hinged along the top horizontal edge, enabling the bottom to tilt outward, which makes this style a popular choice for contemporary, modern and craftsman homes. Great for ventilating a room during poor weather.
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