When it comes to windows, there is a vast array of options to choose from. This includes what kind of material- vinyl, aluminum or wood. Then you need to decide on the style. We offer traditional sliding window options as well as folding windows, casements and awnings. Do you want grids on your windows? You can have those too. We will guide you through choosing the styles, colors and materials that work best for you and your home.


Casement Windows are the most common residential window. The hinges being on the side of the window allow for it to open outward. They are opened with a crank, lever, or cam handle, typically this also serves as the window lock. 

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Awning Windows

Awning windows are hinged at the top of the window and open from the bottom and push out, this allows for a unobstructed view and full side-to-side ventilation. Awning windows are often added above other picture windows to add ventilation and aesthetic interest. 

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Bay Windows

Bay windows or bow windows are a combination of windows that project outwards. Bay windows add a great touch for additional views, also increasing light and space to a room. 

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Corner Windows

Corner windows are when two separate windows meet at a ninety degree angle to create the corner of a room, this is a great way to open up any room to the exterior landscape while creating a source of natural light. 

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Double Hung Windows

Double hung windows feature an upper and lower window sash and share a single frame. Double hung windows slide up or down to provide ventilation. Double hung windows are designed with two grooves on the side of the window jamb, this allows for each window to slide independently. 

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Garden Windows

Garden windows protrude from the structure wall, similar to a bay window but typically much smaller in size. A three-sided garden window features a glass top, a bottom shelf, outward-facing picture window and two venting side windows. The design of the garden window allows for more natural light to enter your house which is favorable for an indoor window sill garden. 

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