Bay & Bow
Bay and bow windows are window combinations that project outward from a home. Choose from a variety of style and operational options.
Gliding windows feature two sash, with at least one sash sliding horizontally past another. They create a contemporary look while allowing in breezes from multiple directions.
Casement windows are hinged on the side and open outward to the left or right. Usually taller than wide, their entire sash opens to provide top-to-bottom ventilation.
Double-hung windows have two sash in a single frame which slide up or down to provide ventilation. They are often placed adjacent to patios, decks and walkways.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward. Usually wider than they are tall, their entire sash opens to provide full side-to-side ventilation.
- Seven exterior colors
- Signature design element of home
- Natural pine or white interiors
- Energy efficient
Picture windows are stationary, rectangular, non-opening windows that allow light into the room.