Double Hung Windows

Double hung windows can be opened from the bottom or top for fresh air and even tilt in for easy cleaning from inside your home

Single Hung Windows

A single hung window lifts open from the bottom while the top of the window remains stationary.

Casement Windows

Casement windows open outward by turning an easy-to-reach handle, providing optimum airflow, energy efficiency and weatherability.

Slider Windows

Slider windows easily glide open horizontally from the left or right and deliver a wide open view and ample fresh air.

Awning Windows

Awning windows are hinged at the top, opening outward with the turn of a handle and can be left open for fresh air during the rain.

Bay or Bow Windows

Bay or Bow specialty windows combine several window styles together to create added interior space, dimension and curb appeal.

Garden Windows

Garden windows extend outward and provide added space with shelves for plants or décor and side windows that open for ventilation.

Geometric Windows

Geometric windows add unique character to your home and are available in a variety of distinct circular, arched and linear shapes.

Picture Windows

Offering an expansive view, a picture window is a non-opening, energy- efficient style that is ideal for large and small spaces.

Choosing the Right Window Type

We offer a variety of popular window styles to choose from, so you can find the best fit to complement your home's design. There are several factors to keep in mind when selecting windows for your new construction or home remodel project. When choosing the window types for your home, you’ll want to consider both functionality and aesthetics.


One of the most important factors that should influence the window style you choose is functionality. The type of window you select can have a direct impact on the livability of your home. Each window style operates differently, some are operable, and others are fixed. Operable windows crank open, slide horizontally or vertically. While fixed windows don’t open at all. Carefully consider the space restraints and local building code requirements of your intended location to decide which window style will work best. 


Windows are one of the only products that visually impact both the interior and exterior of your home. On the exterior, think about the overall look and architectural design of your home when selecting window styles, grilles and color options. Windows help to define architectural styles like Craftsman, Prairie, Victorian and others. On the inside, select from colors and hardware finishes that align with your interior design elements.