Both sash on Double Hung windows open fully.
One sash opens and closes by gliding from side to side, while the other remains fixed.
Picture windows are fixed and do not open or close.
Geometrics are fixed windows available in stylish shapes.
Sash are hinged on the side and crank open a full 90 degrees for maximum ventilation.
Sash are hinged on top and crank out and upward.
Top sash remains fixed, while bottom sash opens.
Created by mulling three windows at either 30 or 45 degree angles.
Semicircular, inward-opening windows with a bottom-hinged sash.
An eyebrow window with additional height added.
Two double hung windows on opposites sides of a picture window.
Both side sashes slide horizontally past the center fixed sash.
A circular fixed sash window.
An octagon fixed sash window.
A trapezoid fixed sash window.
A single window of any type.
Two windows separated by a mullion (vertical division), forming a larger unit.
Three windows separated by mullions, forming a larger unit.
Four windows separated by mullions, forming a much larger unit.
A patio sliding glass door in which one panel slides horizontally past the other.
A patio sliding glass door in which the center panel slides horizontally along one of the fixed outer panels.
A patio sliding glass door in which the two center panels slide horizontally along the fixed outer panels.