Double hung windows feature movable upper and lower sashes that tilt inward for easy cleaning.
On slider windows, the sashes glide horizontally. Sliders are available in 2 or 3-lite configurations with the 3-lite slider having operable end vents.
Bay windows consist of three windows in a single frame which is angled in appearance. The center section is always wider than the end sections and is stationary. The end sections can be stationary as well or they can be casement or double hung windows.
Bow windows consist of 3, 4 or 5 windows in a single frame and are semi-circular in appearance. All of the windows are equal width and can be stationary, casement or double hung style.
Garden windows have glass roofs and provide a sunlit spot for plants and flowers. They are usually installed above kitchen sinks or in dining rooms.
Casement windows are hinged on the left or right and open outward a full 90 degrees which provides maximum ventilation.
A Picture window is fixed and does not have a movable sash.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open from the bottom. They open approximately 60 degrees and are excellent for providing ventilation in rainy conditions.
Hopper Windows open inward from the top and are typically installed in small basement openings.