Selection of Styles and Materials
We can help you navigate your way through various replacement window options, recommending the right brands and materials to meet your needs while also lowering your energy costs and adding to the resale value of your home. Our name brand products come in various sizes, designs, materials and styles which include:
- Sliding Windows
The slider window gives a more streamlined look with a mixture of horizontal, moveable sashes. Ventilation areas can vary from a small crack to an opening of one-half the total glass area.
- Bay Windows
Bay windows are often associated with Victorian architecture. The windows are commonly used to provide the illusion of a larger room. They are used to increase the flow of natural light into a building as well as provide views of the outside that would be unavailable with an ordinary window.
- Bow Windows
Bow windows are designed to create space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of a building, provide a wider view of the garden or street outside, and typically combine four or more casement windows which join together to form an arch.
- Casement Windows
Casement windows are hinged at the side and open outward like a door. Screens are placed on the inside of the window so that they're more protected from the elements. If you're installing windows over a sink, countertop or appliance, a casement window with a crank can be the perfect solution.
- Double Hung Windows
These traditional-styled windows are popular with homeowners wanting to maintain the architectural integrity of their home.
- Awning Windows
Awning windows are hinged on top and open outward, enabling ventilation without letting in rain or falling leaves. Awning windows are often used for basements because they can be placed high on the wall and easily operate with a turn of the handle.