When selecting a window style, consider your visual preference, your ventilation requirement, and the location of your windows.
Both the upper and lower sashes of double-hung windows slide up and down to allow natural air flow. Ideal for rooms that require ventilation and privacy.
A popular choice for first floor windows, single-hung windows open vertically from the bottom to allow airflow while the upper sash remains fixed.
Sliding windows have one sash that slides open horizontally. A simple latch makes them easy to open and close. Ideal for patio doors and wide windows.
Casement windows hinge open from the side using a crank mechanism. They are perfect for kitchens and other areas in the home that require extra ventilation.
Fixed or picture windows are available in a variety of shapes and sizes. Since they don’t open, they allow the light in while keeping the weather out.
Hinged at the top, awning windows open from the bottom and push out. They are often combined with picture windows. Perfect for attics and stairwells.