VINYL WINDOWS

Vinyl Windows

Installing new vinyl windows can lower energy costs, reduce noise, filter out 99% of UV rays that can harmfully cause fading to drapes and furniture, as well as provide intruder and hurricane protection. These Vinyl Windows can be impact windows or non-impact windows and offer ENERGY STAR® qualified configurations, and many other options to meet your needs.

Single Hung windows

A Single Hung Window is a window with a fixed upper sash (meaning that the top half of the window does not move.) The lower sash can be raised to allow air into and out of your home the lower sash is also usually designed to tilt do that cleaning from the inside is an easy task.

Double Hung Windows

A Double Hung Window is a window where both the top and bottom sash move. Double hungs also usually are designed to tilt for cleaning, in some cases both the bottom and top sash will tilt out so that cleaning is a breeze.

Picture Window / Fixed Window

A Fixed Window which is also often referred to a a picture window is just that itself. A fixed window with no mobile parts that is either with our without a glazing bar. You can get a clear view or Betterview of your surroundings with frame similar to a picture frame. Thus the name Picture window.

Horizontal Roller / Horizontal Slider Window

A Fixed Window which is also often referred to a a picture window is just that itself. A fixed window with no mobile parts that is either with our without a glazing bar. You can get a clear view or Betterview of your surroundings with frame similar to a picture frame. Thus the name Picture window.

Casement Windows and Awning Windows

Casement Window

Awning Window

Casement Window and Awning Windows are windows that are attached to the window frame by hinges. A Casement Windows Hinges are attached to the side and the window swings out like a door. The Awning Window is similar to a Casement window as it also has hinges that as it in swinging the window outward however they are hung horizontally and hinged on top so that it swings outward similar to an awning. These windows were at one point the most popular windows until they were replaced by the "sashed" windows (double and single hungs), but are still somewhat popular.

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