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Window Styles
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window styles Bay Windows
Bay windows typically contain three windows that project away from the home. They usually consist of one large fixed (stationary) window in the middle and operating windows on either side.


window styles Bow Windows
Bow windows contain four or more windows that project away from the house in a gradual arch. They usually consist of two or more fixed windows in the middle and operating windows on either side.


window styles Single Tilt Slider
One section is permanently fixed and the other section slides horizontally. An exterior screen covers half the window. The operating section can tilt into the room for easy cleaning.


window styles Double Slider Tilt
Both sections operate and slide horizontally (side to side). An exterior screen covers the full glass area. Both operating sections can tilt into the room for easy cleaning.


window styles 3 Section End Vent Slider
A 3 Section End Vent Slider consists of a middle fixed section and two sliding outer sections, which slide horizontally towards the centre fixed section. Both operating outer sections can tilt into the room for easy cleaning. Two exterior screens cover the full operating sections of the window.


window styles Fixed Picture over Slider Tilt Combination Windows
Fixed Picture and Single or Double Slider Tilt window combinations are coupled together to fit into large openings


window styles Single Hung Tilt
The upper section is fixed and the lower section slides vertically (up and down) and can tilt into the room for easy cleaning. An exterior screen covers the sliding section..


window styles Double Hung Tilt
Both sections slide vertically (up and down) and tilt into the room for easy cleaning. An exterior screen that the full glass area.


window styles Vertical Tilt and Fixed Picture Combination Windows
A combination of Single or Double Hung Tilt and Fixed Picture windows are coupled together to fit into large openings


window styles Casement Windows
Open outwards by cranking a handle. Casements can open out towards the left or right. An interior screen covers the full glass area.


window styles Casement / Fixed Casement Combination Windows
A combination of Casement and Fixed Casement windows are coupled together to fit into large openings


window styles Awning Windows
Operates similar to a Casement window. Opens outwards, by cranking a handle that pushes the bottom of the operating section out. An interior screen covers the full glass area.


window styles Fixed Picture Windows
This style does not open at all. They are used where operating windows are not required or in combination with operating windows.


window styles Greenhouse/Garden Windows
These windows project outward from the home and are suitable, for growing herbs and high-maintenance plants. Multiple shelves can be installed to maximize space. Operating side casements or an awning - style top windows can be added to allow airflow.


window styles Custom Window Shapes
Can be used on their own or in combination with other fixed or operating windows.