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There are plenty of residential or home window replacement options to fit any home style, individual taste, environmental requirements or budget. We offer a large array of window styles to choose from, each designed to serve multiple needs. Below you will find 15 window styles, with related images of each design for you to view.

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Awning Windows

Are truly versatile and add soft curves that complement the horizontal and vertical lines of traditional windows and doors. Also referred to as radius windows, this window style is both elegant and striking in appearance, adding a unique design element to historical, traditional, and modern homes alike.

Arched Windows
The bottom half of the window is rectangular while the top is an arch or half-circle.
Bay & Bow Windows
Bow Windows (bottom image)
Are an equally curved bay window with three to six openings. Bow windows are designed to create space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of a building, and typically incorporate casement windows, which join together to form an equal arch or radius of 10 and 15 degrees.
Bay & Bow Windows
Bay Windows (top image)
Are made up of three windows in a wood frame that’s projecting outward from the main walls of a building and forming a bay in a room.

Benefits of New Windows

Single Hung Windows
Single Hung
Have one fixed sash on the top and one moveable sash on the bottom. This allows it to slide up from the bottom, partially covering the top sash. They typically do not have the capability to tilt in and out.
Double Hung
Known as “sash” windows, can be raised from the bottom or lowered from the top for convenient ventilation and cleaning.
Casement Windows
Casement Windows
Are hinged on one side and open outward from the turn of a handle. Their uncluttered views and outward opening design allow for optimal natural light and air flow.
Garden Windows
Garden Windows
Also called greenhouse windows or mini solariums, are made to extend the usable area of kitchens and baths, where humidity helps with growing potted plants. They allow more light and better view than traditional flat windows, while keeping good ventilation.

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Hopper Windows
Are hinged at the bottom and tilt in to offer increased ventilation. Hopper windows are often paired with other fixed or operable windows and doors or incorporated into transoms. Basement windows are another popular use for hopper windows. Windows in basements are essential for light and ventilation, and the hopper window fulfills both needs in the limited space typically provided by basements.
Picture Windows
Picture Windows
Are large, fixed-pane window, generally made without glazing bars. A picture window gets its name from the fact that it is designed to give you a clear view of your surroundings without any obstructions, essentially acting as a picture frame for the scenery outside the window.
Skylight Windows
Skylight Windows
Are a type of roof window that transmits light for utilising the benefit of daylight. The origin of skylights traced back to ancient Roman architecture until the Industrial Revolution. And then in the middle of the 20th century, skylights have evolved based on their use.
Round Circle Windows:
Round Circle Windows
Are-growing in popularity though they have always been a feature in many homes where the homeowner wants to create a unique look. Round windows are circular windows which are installed as a separate window in an attic, loft or gable or in conjunction with other windows as part of a window grouping.

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Storm Windows
Storm Windows
Refers to windows that are installed on the outside of the already-installed, primary house windows. Their reason for being is to give extra wind protection and weather insulation. Storm windows are installed on top of your existing windows to normalize the temperature inside.
Sliding Windows
Sliding Windows
Are horizontal, with sashes that slide back and forth rather than up and down like more traditional windows. They are essentially double hung windows turned on their side.
Transom Windows
Transom Windows
Are typically rectangular-shaped windows that are added to homes above a door frame. Some are operable, meaning they can be opened and closed, while others are fixed.

choosing the right windows

There are a wide variety of window options to fit any home style or budget. Window types are uniquely designed to meet different construction, budget, and design goals.

Window Replacement Options

We can replace various window brands that have been damaged by storms. 

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