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Single and Double Hung Vertical Sliding Windows

The double hung window style has two sashes that operate vertically for ventilation from either the top or bottom of the window unit. Both sashes may tilt in for safe and easy cleaning from inside the home. Balancers counter the weight of the sashes to provide easy operation and to allow the sashes to remain open in any position. On a single hung unit the top sash is fixed and the bottom sash operates and tilts in for easy cleaning.

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Horizontal Sliding Windows

Sliding windows, also known as gliding windows, slider windows or pocket sliders operate horizontally with one sash sliding in a pocket past the other to provide ventilation. Many modern and ranch style homes are designed using the slider window style. The sashes may be lifted out of the pocket for cleaning without a ladder.

cleaning a casement windowCasement Windows

A casement window also referred to as a crank-out window has a single sash that opens outward on a vertical axis by rotating a crank that is attached to the sash with heavy duty hinges. The hinges can open the sash to a full 90 degrees allowing for easy cleaning from inside the home. A multipoint locking system closes the unit tightly from a single lever. Casements may be joined together into double, triple or quadruple units.

bay windowBow and Bay Windows

A bay window unit projects out from the wall of the house. It contains three window units. Ventilating units of double hung or casement windows are typically selected for the opposing side units. A bow window unit also projects outward from the wall of the house. The bow may contain from three to six window units which will all be equal in size. Although each window is straight the bow unit will form a curve