Anatomy of a WindowWe offer a wide range of a window styles that lets you choose the size, shape and opening method for all your rooms.
Awning Style WindowsAwning windows are compatible with a variety of architectural styles. They are hinged at the top and open out from the bottom in an upward swing.
Bay Style WindowsA bay window consists of three individual units. The center unit is parallel to the exterior wall. The left and right-side (flanking) units are aligned at 30 or 45-degree angles.
Bow Style WindowsBow windows extend outward to create the illusion of a rounded (arched) wall. A bow window consists of four or more (commonly five) adjoining windows that are installed on a radius from the wall of the building.
Casement Style WindowsA casement window is hinged on the left or right side and opens outward in a swinging motion. Casements deliver the most unobstructed viewing areas and ventilation of any operating window.
Double Hung Style WindowsA double-hung window is best suited to traditional architectural styles. Double-hung windows feature an upper and lower sash that slide vertically past each other in a single frame. Both sash tilt in for convenient cleaning.
Fixed Style WindowsFixed (picture) windows are available in a wide variety of shapes, with either curved or straight frames. They can be used as freestanding units or in combination with other styles.
Garden Style WindowsWith a garden window, you can add a little greenhouse to any room. This projecting, three-sided window includes one shelf, a glass top and single-hung window on each side for maximum air circulation.
Single-Hung Style WindowsA single-hung window features a stationary top sash and a bottom sash that slides upward vertically. Single-hung windows are available with a tilt or side-load removable sash for easy cleaning.
Sliding Style WindowsA sliding window has one stationary sash and one sash that moves to the right or left in grooves or on tracks. It may also be referred to as a roller or glider window.
Tilt and Turn Style WindowsInspired by European trends, the Tilt and Turn window delivers the functionality of a casement window and the ventilation of a hopper window. You choose the operation you want.
Material MattersConsider the architecture of your home when choosing a coordinating window material.
Clad-Wood - Low-maintenance exterior metal cladding is like a coat of armor for extra protection from the elements. These windows feature beautiful wood inside your home with protective metal cladding outside. The baked-on finish is durable, easy to care for and available in a variety of popular colors.
Wood - With wood windows, you'll get the beauty of natural wood interiors and exteriors without the worry of wood rot. Our wood windows are easy to care for while offering design freedom to stain, clear coat, or paint to get the exact look you want.
Vinyl - Vinyl is recognized for being remarkably durable to give you years of energy efficient performance. These windows are easy to care for and reliable and some have glass breakage coverage available. There are also ample design options to boost your home's character.
Aluminum - These windows are lightweight and strong, and are most frequently selected for homes in warmer, milder climates where heat loss is not as much of a concern. Aluminum windows are also noted for being cost effective.
Design DetailsChange the way you see the world and how the world sees you, through windows that express your personality and design aesthetics.
Color options - Add excitement to your windows with a range of beautiful colors. Designed to accentuate your home's visual appeal, including exterior finishes and interior furnishings, colors are available in clad-wood, vinyl and aluminum windows.
Hardware - It's easy to complement your existing décor with our variety of hardware finishes.
Grilles - Grilles (also called grids) are the decorative pieces that divide the window into panes. Many homeowners include grilles with their windows to accent the architecture of their homes. Common types of grilles include simulated divided lites (SDL), which give the illusion of a true divided lite window because the grilles adhere to the surface of the glass; and grilles between the glass (GBG) where the grille bars are sandwiched between the panes of glass. GBGs are a more economical option and minimize cleaning. Other options include full surround removable grilles (wood windows only) and grilles in different profiles and bar widths.
Glass OptionsWe offer more glass options than you can imagine, from subtly textured to boldly colored. These options let you add individuality to our windows while increasing natural light and energy efficiency in your home.
The glass you select for your windows can add both style and performance benefits. Impact-resistant glass will provide protection against hurricane-force winds and intruders. Low-E glass will provide energy efficiency benefits and protection against UV fading. Decorative and textured glass provides varying degrees of privacy and adds charm.
Energy Efficient Glass - Stay cool in summer, warm in winter, and protect furniture against fading from sunlight. Look for windows that are ENERGY STAR qualified for increased energy savings.
Protective Glass - Your home should be protected from dangers such as storms, intruders, fire, loud noises and wear on the products. Selecting glass options such as impact resistant glass, tempered glass, sound reducing glass and options that protect the glass help accomplish these goals.
Textured Glass - Add a distinctive touch to our windows with textured glass, which lets in light while maintaining privacy.
Tinted Glass - Our tinted glass is ideal for climates with intense sunlight. It reduces glare and visible light transmittance.
Decorative Glass - This glass will brighten your home without compromising privacy. With all the decorative glass designs we offer, there is sure to be one to match your home's architectural style.