There are a wide variety of windows and doors you can choose from. Learn more about each style to determine the best solution for your home, based on opening options, amount of light, ease of use and more.
Awning windows swing outward, with one sash hinged at the top. These windows are often placed above or below other windows and doors for additional ventilation. They open and close with the turn of one easy-to-reach handle, which is located on the bottom of the window frame.
Casement windows feature one sash that is hinged on one side and swings outward. They open and close with the turn of one easy-to-reach handle, which is located on the bottom of the window frame.
Double Hung windows have two operating sash: one on the top that slides down and one on the bottom that slides up. These windows offer great ventilation. They also have an EZ Tilt option which allows both sashes to tilt in from the top for easy cleaning.
Single Hung windows have one operating sash on the bottom that moves up and down. The top sash does not operate.
Glide By/Slider windows have one operating sash which moves side to side. The second sash does not operate.
Fixed/Direct Set units do not operate. These windows are available in a wide range of sizes and shapes, including rectangles, radius, trapezoids, octagons, etc.
Sliding Patio doors slide on rollers and are perfect for tight spaces. These doors come in either a French style with a wider bottom rail or a Narrow style with much more visible glass.
Swinging Patio Doors have hinges so the operating panels can swing inward or outward. You can choose from one or two operating panels, and up to four panels in one frame.