When you want your room to look different and dynamic, a bay or bow window is an excellent choice. This window style can turn an ordinary living area into a chic urban space. Not only will it add natural lighting and make your living area feel large, it will be the room’s focal piece.
Casement windows are an interesting addition to any home. They can be placed in any type of room, from bedroom to living room and offer a beautiful, unobstructed view. Enhancing the warm radiance of a home, these windows are complimented by an elegant white vinyl frame. Casement windows work well all year round, as they allow plenty of fresh air into the room and provide much-needed ventilation.
Awning window are an elegant solution for your home, providing the same functionality features as casement windows with a slightly different configuration. Awning windows are usually used for wider openings to avoid splitting the space into two different areas. The result is a larger area of glass, a wider view, and a window that can remain open even when it rains.
This classic window style has retouched with visually appealing styling touches and energy-efficient vinyl. Single hung windows are flexible and practical, accenting any room, and complimenting your interior decorations. Designed to be thermally sound, single hung windows will keep your interior cozy at a great price point.
Single slider windows are one of the most practical and affordable window styles available. These windows effortlessly pair elegance with energy efficient to create the perfect match for your home. Petite and subtle, single sliders add a bright, refreshing aura to any style of room.
When an expansive, open-ended window design is desired, but the physical space is simply too large, a double ended slider window is the perfect solution. These windows open from both sides to allow maximum ventilation, while still providing excellent natural lighting and views through the middle fixed sash.
Also known as sealed glass units, double/triple pane, or double/triple glazing, an insulated glass unit consists of two or sometimes three panes of glass separated by spaces, then sealed together into one single unit. The space between the window panes can be filled with a gas such as krypton or argon to increase the unit’s insulating properties.