Window Styles

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Double Hung Window

A double hung window consists of two separate sashes, a top sash and a bottom sash, which slide vertically in their own tracks to allow both sashes to be opened. The top sash can be opened fully while the bottom sash is closed fully, the bottom sash can be opened fully while the top sash is closed fully or both sashes can be opened half way at the same time. In any of these configurations the double hung window will provide a maximum face opening of half the total window area. The double hung window is equipped with either balances or springs which act as a counter balance to allow either of the sashes to remain stationary in any position when they are opened. Many double hung windows will operate in such a way as to permit the sashes to tilt inward to allow for cleaning on both the inside and outside of the glass from the inside of the building.

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Single Hung Window

A single hung window consists of two separate sashes, a stationary top sash and a moveable bottom sash. The bottom sash moves vertically to open or close the window and is equipped with either balances or springs which act as a counter balance to allow the sash to remain stationary in any position when it is opened. Many single hung windows will operate in such a way as to permit the sash to tilt inward to allow for cleaning on both the inside and outside of the glass from the inside of the building.

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Bay Window

A bay window is similar to a bow window in that it projects outward from the building walls to allow for a better view than could be achieved by a flat window. The bay window typically consists of a large center picture window which is parallel with the wall of the building and two smaller windows on either side which angle out from the building walls to provide the projection. The two angled windows are often configured as a double hung or casement window to allow them to open for ventilation but they can also be fixed.

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Bow Window

A bow window is similar to a bay window in that it projects outward from the building walls to allow for a better view than could be achieved by a flat window. The typical bow window consists of three to five of the same sized windows which are angled to project outward from the wall of the building in more of a curve than the bay window which is more angular. The windows which make up a bow window can be configured as fixed windows or casement windows to allow them to be opened for ventilation.

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Rolling Window

A rolling, or sliding window consists of at least two sashes in a side by side (2-lite) configuration. Depending on the model of the window one sash may be stationary while the other sash opens by sliding horizontally or both sashes may open horizontally. In a 3-lite configuration there are three sashes, one stationary center sash with two outer sashes which operate horizontally to allow for ventilation.

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Picture Window

A picture window is a large fixed window. The picture window is primarily to allow for an unobstructed view and does not open in any way to allow for ventilation.

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Patio Door

A patio door is a sliding glass door made of at least 2-lites, one which is stationary while the other slides.

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Casement Window

A casement window consists of a sash which opens outward on hinges along the side of the window frame similar to a door. A casement window usually uses a crank to open and close the window and keep it from closing or flying fully open from gusts of wind.

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Awning Window

An awning window consists of a sash which opens outward on hinges along the top of the window frame similar to an awning. An awning window usually uses a crank to open and close the window and keep it from closing.

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Hopper Window

A hopper window consists of a sash which opens outward on hinges along thee bottom of the window frame similar to a hopper door. A hopper window usually uses a crank to open and close the window.

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