Basic Window Styles
Windows that are hinged at the top that swing out for ventilation.
Bathrooms, Combinew/Large windows
A window with two sashes where one or both sashes slide vertically.
Bedrooms, Family Rooms, Kitchens, Dens
A window with two sashes where one or both sashes slide horizontally.
Bedrooms, Family Rooms, Kitchens, Dens, Combinations
A window or windows hinged on one side that open as far as 90 degrees to the building using a crank.
Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Living Rooms, Combine w/Large windows
These are fixed windows. Since they have no moving parts, they can be tailored to meet just about any desired geometric shape.
Entry Ways, Living Rooms, Combine w/Large windows
These windows typically have a flat bottom and a circular or arched top. These are typically used in combination with another window or door.
Entry Ways, Living Rooms, Combine with doors or large windows
Examples of Combinations
A single large, fixed center window with 2 windows at 30, 45, or 90 degrees to the building. Side windows are typically vertical sliders or casement.
Four or more windows configured to form a radius. Typically made of either vertical sliders or casement windows.
A single large, fixed center window with 2 adjacent side windows. Side windows may be either horizontal or vertical sliders or casement.
Two vertical slider windows installed side-by-side. This is a basic building block for a "wall of windows".
Three vertical slider windows installed side-by-side with awnings or fixed transoms across the tops.
3-Wide with transoms
2-Wide with transoms
Two casement windows installed side-by-side with an awning or fixed transom across the tops.