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  • Aluminum windows: dynamic designs

    Aluminum windows are an affordable option for those interested in strong, stable, moisture resistant windows. If you have an unusual or creative shape, aluminum windows may be a good choice as they are easily sized to any specification.

  • Awning windows: great for rain-fresh ventilation

    Awning windows are great for ventilation, and they hinge at the top and open outward, which is convenient in rainy climates. The sash on awning windows can be made from vinyl, vinyl-cladding, wood and more. Learn more about awning windows and decide if this window style is right for your home.

  • Bay windows expand rooms with welcoming charm

    Bay windows are a great option for those who'd like to add architectural interest to their exterior and interior. They allow light to gather and can provide a nice window nook for reading or relaxing.

  • Bow windows open your room with a view

    Bow windows are actually curved bay windows, they can include insulating glass, tints and patterns and they brighten up any room by gathering light. Find out more about bow windows and decide if this is the right window type for your home.

  • Casement windows maximize views and efficiency

    Considering casement windows? They have many advantages over double hung windows. They don't have overlapping window sashes which can hinder your view, they open wide, and are easy to operate. Learn more about the benefits of casement windows.

  • Circle top windows: popular for light, style

    Circle top windows also go by other names, among them elliptical, half-round and semi-circle. They are decorative windows that are typically paired with other types of windows that offer ventilation. Learn more about circle top window styles, including typical materials and manufacturers.

  • Double hung windows: an American favorite

    Find out why double hung windows are one of the most popular choices for window replacement. A low maintenance window option that offers a great deal of flexibility in the amount of ventilation offered, these windows come in many styles, materials, and colors, so are sure to match your home's style.

  • Fiberglass windows: A clean, green choice

    Fiberglass windows are built to last. They withstand powerful weather conditions and are resistant to corrosion. While this eco-friendly window may cost a bit more, many homeowners feel that the value provided is worth the cost.

  • Garden windows bring the outdoors inside

    A garden window is the perfect place to display herbs, potted plants or other sunlight loving treasures. They are three dimensional windows that act as a mini greenhouse. Find out if a garden window is the right choice for your home.

  • Hopper windows offer a breezy solution

    Hopper windows are a popular choice for areas that are out of reach from the outside. They are hinged at the base of the window and are often used to ventilate bathrooms, basements, and laundry rooms. Learn more about the benefits of hopper windows and how they differ from other window styles.

  • Picture windows let the sunshine in

    Are you considering a picture window? They're perfect for framing a beautiful view as they do not open and have no obstructions to hinder a picturesque landscape. They are often flanked by other types of windows that offer ventilation. Welcome sunlight and scenery with a picture window.

  • Sliding windows: environmental control

    Sliding windows, also called gliding windows, offer maximum glass area of all operable windows. They are great for framing a picturesque view and have a removable sash for easy cleaning. Learn more about the benefits of this windows style and decide if they are a good fit for your home.

  • Special shape windows: the ultimate in custom

    Looking for a special shape window for a window replacement or to add architectural interest to a new home? You've got lots of options. Special shapes can include eyebrow

  • Today's single hung windows are smooth performers

    Single-hung windows open from the bottom up and typically cost less than double hung windows. They are offered in many common window material casings, but the easiest to open and close tend to be aluminum or vinyl. Learn more about single-hung windows and decide if they are a good fit for your window replacement project.

  • Vinyl windows mean style choices, low maintenance

    Vinyl windows are one of the most popular choices for homeowners in search of energy efficient, durable windows that don't require maintenance. They are made of polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, which doesn't split, crack or warp.

  • Wood windows add warmth, elegance

    You'll find wood windows on most historic homes, or on more modern homes where earthy, natural elements are desired. Wood windows can require more maintenance than other types of windows, but many homeowners feel they're worth it.