Window shopping is easy when you know what to look for. You’ll find many styles, shapes, features and glass packages when looking for windows and doors. But deciding on the perfect choice for your home and family is simple.
Just take your time and assess your needs. Consider which style will best suit your home and your family, what thermal performance features will be ideal for your climate, and which glass options will be most appropriate. After you’ve figured out the basics, have fun with our many glass and grid options and unique hardware choices.
Energy efficient windows are made of soft coat Low E glass, an Argon gas fill, the spacer system and a deep-set insulating glass unit. In summer months, Low E glass keeps cool air inside while keeping hot air outside. In winter, Low E glass keeps warm air in and cold air out. This means lower bills for heating in the winter and cooling in the summer. Low E glass also blocks 84% of UV rays which can fade carpets, draperies and artwork.
Double Hung - Both sash on Double Hung windows open fully.
Single Hung - Top sash remains fixed, while bottom sash opens.
Double Slider - Both sash open and close by gliding from side to side.
Single Slider - One sash opens and closes by gliding from side to side, while the other remains fixed.
Casement - Sash are hinged on the side and crank open a full 90 degrees* for maximum ventilation.
Awning - Sash are hinged on top and crank out and upward.
Picture - Picture windows are fixed and do not open or close.
Geometrics - Geometrics are fixed windows available in stylish shapes.
Bay - Bay windows are created by mulling three windows at either 30- or 45-degree angles.
Bow - More rounded in appearance than a Bay, Bow windows feature windows mulled at 10-degree angles.
Garden Window - Garden windows feature functional Casement sidelites and create a sunlit area to showcase plants or collectibles.