Window & Door Styles

doublehungSingle Hung

Bottom sash slides vertically up and the top panel is inoperable. Some models tilt in for easy cleaning.

Double Hung

Both top and bottom sashes operate. Mainly tilt options available.

Picture Window

A non-venting or inoperable fixed window.

Casement Window

Cranks outward by hinging at the left or right side.

3-Lite Slider

Both the left & right sashes operate & slide horizontally past a middle fixed sash. Available in a ¼ ½ ¼ or 1/3 1/3 1/3 configuration.

Single Slider

One sash slide horizontally and the other side is inoperable.

Double Slider

Both sashes slide horizontally passing each other.

Awning

Hinged at the top and cranks outward.

Bay Window

Three windows that project from the home with a fixed center window and side flankers that operate. Flanker windows available as double hung or casement windows. 15, 30, 45 or 90 degree options.

Bow Window

Made up of three or more windows, assembling along a common radius.

Radius Window

Non-operating or operating windows that have a radius arc as part of their shape.

Garden Window

Trapezoid-shaped flanker casement windows that open for ventilation while allowing

French Door

Both panels open and can swing inward or outward.

Center Hinge Door

Two-panel door that has a fixed side and one slab that operates. Hinged in the center of the door.

Sliding Patio Door

2, 3 or 4 panels. On 2 & 3 panel models, 1 panel slides. On 4 panels units, 2 center panels slide.