Types of Windows
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Single & Double-Hung

Double-Hung windows have two sashes that move up and down independently. Single-Hung windows have a single operable (lower) sash. They do not open outward or extrude from the house.

Picture Window

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Picture windows are stationary windows that do not open. They allow a lot of light into your home to brighten up any room. Picture windows also are commonly used in places to maximize the view. 

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Specialty Shapes

Specialty shaped windows could be a variety of different shapes from half-rounds and arches to triangles and octagons.  

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Sliding (Gliding)

Sliding (Gliding) windows slide horizontally which allows for top to bottom ventilation. Similar to Single and Double-Hung windows, they do not open outward or extrude from the house.  

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Bay & Bow

Bay & bow windows angle out from the house and are made up of three or more windows. The individual windows can be single or double-hung, casement, or picture windows. 

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Casement

Casement windows have hinges on the side and crank open outward to the left or right. 

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Awning

Awning windows have hinges at the top and open out from the bottom. This allows for ventilation and helps to keep rain out. 

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