Below are all the major types of windows.


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Awning Windows

Awning windows are hinged at the top and crank from the bottom of the sash to open outward. 


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Basement Windows

Basement replacement windows, also called Hopper windows, open inward from the top and are typically installed in basement applications.   


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Bay Windows

Bay vinyl replacement windows consist of three windows in a single frame. The center lite is always twice as wide as the sidelites, which may consist of two operable casements or double hung windows. 


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Bow Windows

Bow replacement windows consist of 3, 4 or 5 windows in a single frame. All of the windows are equal size and provide a circular arch appearance.   


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Casement Windows

Casement replacement windows are hinged on the left or right and crank outward to a full 90-degree swing.  


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Double Hung Windows

Double hung replacement windows feature movable upper and lower sashes that tilt inward for easy cleaning.


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Garden Windows

Garden vinyl windows provide a sunlit spot for plants and flowers and are usually installed above kitchen sinks or in dining rooms. 


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Picture Windows

Vinyl Picture windows, also called deadlites, have fixed sashes that do not open or close.


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Single Hung Windows

Single hung replacement windows feature a fixed top sash and movable bottom sash that tilts inward for easy cleaning.


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Horizontal Sliding Windows

On slider windows, the sashes glide horizontally. Sliding windows are available in 2 or 3-lite configurations with the 3-lite horizontal sliding windows having operable end vents.

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