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Window Configurations

SINGLE-HUNG WINDOW
Single-Hung Window
Traditional in appearance. Single-hung windows slide vertically and are reminiscent of old-style sash windows. Combine them with a picture window for more impact.
SINGLE-HUNG TILT WINDOW
Single-Hung Tilt Window
Bottom sash slides vertically for venting, plus tilts for easy cleaning of outside panes. Combine with a picture window for lots of fresh air and impact.
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DOUBLE-HUNG WINDOW
Double-Hung Window
Enjoy all the elegance of years gone by with up-to-the-minute functionality in our double-hung windows. Features multiple operable vents for easy cleaning.
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DOUBLE-HUNG TILT WINDOW
Double-Hung Tilt Window
Enjoy all the elegance of years gone by with up-to-the-minute functionality in our double-hung windows. Top and bottom sash tilt for easy cleaning.
HORIZONTAL SLIDER WINDOW
Horizontal Slider Window
A popular style for contemporary homes. Horizontal sliders are typically used for bedrooms requiring egress.
PICTURE WINDOW
Picture Window
A perfect selection for view homes. Picture windows capture maximum visibility. Combine a picture window with other windows to allow for ventilation.
RADIUS WINDOW
Radius Window
Radius windows enhance the character of both contemporary and traditional homes. Arched windows are perfect for door transoms, too.
CASEMENT WINDOW
Casement Window
Graceful styling and high-tech engineering make casement windows a popular choice. Jamb hinges allow the window to completely open outward for maximum ventilation and to achieve egress.
AWNING WINDOW
Awning Window
Hinged on the top of the window, awnings tilt out to allow for ventilation, even during bad weather. An ideal accent above or below a picture window.
GARDEN WINDOW
Garden Window
Turn kitchen windows into mini-greenhouses. Garden windows extend out from wall to make the most of light from above and all sides sides. Shelf for plants and other adornments.
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BAY WINDOW
Bay Window
Create a focal point in a living or dining room. Bay windows extend out, incorporating three separate windows jointed at 450 angles. Choose ventilating windows as flankers to let in fresh breezes.
BOW WINDOW
Bow Window
Bow windows are similar to bays, but often incorporate more than three windows. Windows are joined at a less dramatic angle. Choose ventilating windows as flankers to let in fresh breezes.
SKYLIGHT
Skylight
Add both light and height to a room. Glass skylights are much more thermal efficient and durable than plastic. Choose opening and non-opening styles. One model even closes automatically when it rains.
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