Which window style did you get? Regardless of the style, all our windows come with easy-to-clean Rain Glass and reduce noise by up to 25%! You can also opt for our unique Omega12 energy efficient glass which prevents 98% of heat from transferring inside your home and will go a long way towards reducing your electric bill over the summer! Keep reading to learn a little bit more about our window styles!
Single Hung Windows
The most common in Texas homes! They slide open easily from the bottom and come with easy-to-use sashes for maximum efficiency and airflow. They're perfect all over the house but are commonly used in bedrooms and living rooms.
Double Hung Windows
Very similar to the single hung windows with the exception that they open from the top and bottom. Both sashes can be tilted inward for easy cleaning. These work great anywhere, especially in rooms where increased airflow is preferred, like the breakfast area, or living room.
These are easy to operate, projection-style windows. They have a low profile, single-lever locking handle that controls up to three locking points for added security. They open to a full 90 degrees and can be left or right hinged to open to the outside for convenient, trouble-free cleaning from inside your home. These windows offer unobstructed views and increased airflow so they're typically used to overlook the front or back yards.
Bay & Bow Windows
Bay and bow windows are characterized by their rounded appearance. Bay windows are typically composed of a central picture window and one operational window on each side for a total of 3 individual windows. A bow window holds anywhere from 4 to 5 individual windows. Their curved appearance makes excellent space for a reading nook in the living room or a comfy breakfast area facing the back yard. We offer a number of customizable options to choose from including 30, 40, 50, or 90-degree angles and various window styles.
Usually, these can be seen in a bathroom lining the top of the shower area, in the kitchen along the counter, or along the top of basement walls. They are hinge-top windows that open towards the outside of the home. They are also great for areas with unpredictable weather since they allow air in but not rain.
Similar to single hung windows but the slide side to side to open. These tend to be used along the sides of the home where there wouldn't be room for casement or awning windows to open outward.
Basically, this is a window that doesn't open. They're used to let in sunlight, usually in combination with another window style. They can be seen at the center of most bay and bow windows, places too high for operational windows to be hung, hallways, next to front doors or sliding doors, and more.
Garden windows offer an extended window sill, creating the look of a mini greenhouse. They are usually placed in the kitchen and filled with decorative items or plants.