Classic looks, contemporary features, it may all seem a little confusing for a person who has never selected windows before for their home. What styles are available? What is the difference between a casement and an awning? These are all important questions. Roll over a category on your right for a brief description of the various styles available.
All of these styles of windows are available with decorative glass such as pinhead, silvette or flemish. Perhaps create a distinct appearance with a variety of grill profiles including among others split finish, georgian, flat, pencil, lead and brass.
Casement and Awning
Casement – A side hinged and crank operated window where the sash opens to the outside.
Awning – A top hinged and crank operated window where the sash opens to the outside.
Single Slider – A horizontally sliding window that opens from one side and glides to the centre.
Lift Out Slider – A horizontally sliding window that opens from both sides and slides toward the centre. Both sash will lift out of the tracks for cleaning.
Tilt Slider – A horizontally sliding window that opens from both sides and slides toward the centre. Both sash will tilt into the room for cleaning.
Fixed Window – A non operational window that has a sash inside the frame for a thicker profile to match any adjacent operating windows.
Picture Window – A non operational window that has the glass glazed to frame to provide a slim profile for maximum glass area.
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