The window installation process is an important one for homeowners seeking to upgrade the look of their home. The right windows can offer a blend of aesthetics, functionality, and energy efficiency.
Hinged on the side like a door and operating with a crank, casement windows can open up to maximize airflow. They also seal tightly when closed, making them highly energy-efficient.
Enjoy breezy ventilation throughout your home without sacrificing your view of the outdoors with our double-hung windows. These windows can be opened wide to maximize air flow through your home and are perfect for those looking to reduce their energy costs.
A classic look for any home, our double hung windows feature two window sashes (frame units surrounding glass panels) that move up and down within vertical tracks. They offer a traditional look that coordinates with Colonial, Cape Cod, Craftsman and Victorian homes.
They also feature the ability to tilt in so homeowners can clean their sashes and exterior glass easily from inside the house. This makes them a popular option for upper level windows or rooms where it may be difficult to reach. They are also less energy efficient than single-hung windows, as the spaces between the sash can allow drafts into your home. They are also more likely to break if they are left open during storms.
Featuring large panes of uninterrupted glass, picture windows frame your natural scenery and bring sunlight indoors to create a brighter ambiance. They can be used alone or as part of a combination window design.
Unlike double-hung windows, which are hinged on the side, casement windows open outward like doors with a crank handle. They feature an elegant, streamlined look that can complement any architectural style, including modern and minimalist homes.
Because of their tight seals, casement windows are energy-efficient and keep cold air out and warm air in. They also help prevent drafts and can be angled sail-style to catch breezes for superior ventilation.
With their sleek profiles and high levels of security, casement windows make it more difficult for burglars to gain entry into your home. They’re also easier to lock, with a single-point latch and locking handle that requires less effort than a double-hung window’s latch and crank mechanism. In addition, casement windows provide exceptional ventilation when fully opened.
Bay windows are a great addition to any home, as they extend outward from the exterior walls and create a sense of space. They also add character and enhance the curb appeal of a house. In addition, they offer more natural light and can add functionality to a room.
Bow windows are similar to bay windows in that they extend outward, but they have more subtle angles and a rounded appearance. Both are available in a variety of colors and styles. They can be matched with other windows to create a custom look and feel for your home.
Both bay and bow windows can be made from a number of different materials, including wood, fiberglass and vinyl. Vinyl offers homeowners a combination of affordability and durability, while wood provides a timeless look that can match the aesthetics of many homes. In terms of energy efficiency, both options are made with low-E glass that protects against energy loss in winter and reflects the sun’s heat in summer.
Vertical Sliding Windows
Vertical sliding windows slide on the same axis as they open and close, which helps to conserve space. They are ideal for taller window openings, and their larger glass surfaces offer stunning panoramic views.
They also have the advantage of being easier to operate for homeowners with children, who are less likely to accidentally fall through or crawl into an open window. They can be made from wood or aluminum, and some come with a security lock to help protect your home from unwanted intruders.
Unlike sliding windows, casement windows have hinges that allow them to swing outward like a door. This allows you to enjoy the fresh air without worrying about draughts or cold spots in your home. They are also more energy efficient than double-hung or sliding windows, thanks to their insulated glass units and advanced frames. They also feature clean sight-lines and low-profile handles that provide a stylish appearance. They are also compatible with today’s leading home automation applications, such as IFTTT, Amazon ALEXA and HOMEKIT.