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These windows have two sashes (movable panels), but only the bottom sash can be opened vertically. The top sash remains fixed. Single-hung windows are cost-effective and suitable for traditional and modern homes.

Similar to single-hung windows, double-hung windows have two sashes, but both can be opened vertically. This allows for better ventilation and easier cleaning as both sashes can tilt inward.

Casement windows are hinged on one side and open outward using a crank mechanism. They provide excellent ventilation and a tight seal when closed, making them energy-efficient. Casement windows are suitable for contemporary and traditional homes.

Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward from the bottom. They are often used in combination with other window types or placed higher on walls to allow ventilation while keeping rain out.

Slider windows have sashes that slide horizontally to open and close. They are easy to operate and are commonly used in modern and contemporary designs, especially in areas with limited vertical space.

Bay windows protrude outward from the exterior wall and typically consist of a large center window flanked by smaller windows on the sides. They create a sense of space, allow ample natural light, and can be used as cozy seating or display areas.

Similar to bay windows, bow windows create a curved projection from the wall, often with four or more window units joined together. They offer panoramic views, enhance interior aesthetics, and provide additional space for interior design elements.

Picture windows are fixed and do not open. They are designed to provide unobstructed views and are often used in combination with operable windows for ventilation.

Picture windows are fixed and do not open. They are designed to provide unobstructed views and are often used in combination with operable windows for ventilation.

Hopper windows are hinged at the bottom and open inward. They are commonly used in basements, utility rooms, or bathrooms to provide ventilation while maintaining security and privacy.

Garden windows project outward from the wall and are typically installed in kitchens. They create a small greenhouse-like space for plants, herbs, or decorative items, allowing natural light and fresh air indoors.

Speciality windows include custom shapes and designs tailored to specific architectural styles or preferences. They can be arched, circular, triangular, or have unique configurations to enhance the visual appeal of a home.