Hinged on the side and swings out like a door. The Most energy efficient and popular choice. Opens up to 90 degrees and comes equipped with a crank handle.
Hinged along the top and swings outward. Provides resistance to wind and rain. Popular for small spaces. Equipped with a crank handle.
Stationary non operational viewing window. Features a high profile frame to match casements or awnings. Popular in contemporary architecture.
Features one movable sliding bottom sash only.
Has two vertical sliding sashes. Integral tilt latches make the window easy to tilt for cleaning. Best suited for traditional architectural styles.
Stationary non operational viewing window. Features a low profile frame to maximize glass surface and provide an unobstructed view.
Features one horizontal sliding sash.
Features two horizontally sliding sashes. Our slider windows are the ideal solution for openings that are greater in width than height. Slider tilt windows are easy to clean.
Can be customized to almost any size or shape. Combine these with other windows to make a statement.
Angled series of three windows that increase your inside space. Consists Of a combination of normally three windows with angled sides. Can include operating and fixed windows.
Traditionally consists of a combination of five windows with gentle angles creating a look of a curved wall giving more space to the room.
Jamb Extensions (the edge or window sill) used with full-frame installations are custom manufactured and attached to the windows prior to installation.
Provides a decorative finish to your newly installed window or door system. We offer Colonial and Flat casing in various sizes as standard options. Custom designs and sizes are also available.
Selecting your installation options makes a difference. Your choice can impact the energy efficiency and viewing area of your windows. Full-frame or Retrofit/Insert frame will be suggested by your consultant based on your homes unique design and existing interior trimfactors.
Retrofit or Insert Installation begins with the removal of the old window, while keeping the original brickmould, jamb and trim intact. The new window is inserted into the opening and the surrounding area is insulated. Quarter round is added to the interior trim and exterior trim is installed. This type of installation is recommended for those wishing to maintain the home's original interior trim.
Full Frame Installation is a complete window replacement and begins with the removal of the entire window, including the original brickmould, jamb and trim. This ensures there is no hidden moisture or damage left in the structure. The new window along with the exterior brickmould and jambs are manufactured together and installed into the window opening. The window is insulated with foam and a new interior trim is added. This type of installation results in superior weather tightness and often a greater glass viewing area. This option also ultimately ensures a longer life for your new windows.