A casement window is a window that opens by cranking a handle. casements can open out towards the left or right
An awning window works much like a Casement window. It too, opens by cranking a handle that pushes the bottom of the sash out.
A single hung window allows the bottom sash to move up only, a double hung allows the bottom sash to move up as well as the upper sash to move down.
Vinyl sliders have a contemporary gliding design where either one sash slides across the other or both slide.
Fixed windows provide beautiful views when ventilation is not a concern. Large feature windows optimize available light.
Shapes add character and personal style to any configuration. These units are fixed and non-operable.
Bay windows are composed of three windows that protrude from the home. They are typically made up of one large fixed (stationary) window in the middle and a casement on either side.