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Awning windows

Awning windows are also known as top hinged widows, retractable windows and top hung window. 

Awning windows are similar to Casement windows with one major difference - Awning windows pivot on hinges mounted on the top.

Awning windows are usually placed horizontally and open outward from the bottom.

Awning windows can be installed in combinations with other windows, for instance with Fixed Casement windows on top of the Awning windows. This creates unique style and character to your home. Awning windows provide high energy efficiency, create excellent air ventilation and improve home security.

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Casement windows

Casement windows are the most traditional and versatile choice for your home windows replacement project.

Casement windows open from the inside outwards and depending on your design the hinges can be placed on the left or right side of the sash, and the locking mechanism is going to be placed on the opposite side of the sash respectively. 

Casement windows offer full opening air ventilation and thanks to its design the windows allow for optimal natural light.

Casement windows can be installed in combinations with other windows, such as Picture (Fixed) Windows, Double Casement Windows and/or Specialty Shapes Windows. This creates unique style and character to your home.

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Hung windows

Hung windows have traditional appearance and the most common type of window in Canada and United States of America. 

Hung windows are very easy to operate by sliding up down. Another huge advantage is simplicity of maintenance and cleaning. 

Hung windows are compatible with majority home styles and can be installed in almost any room enhancing air ventilation.

Hung windows are offered in a Single Hung (one window is fixed) or Double Hung combination.

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Slider windows

Sliding windows operate horizontally and allow maximum air ventilation due to their opening ability.

Sliding windows are similar to Hung windows but operate side to side instead of up and down.  open by gliding

Sliding windows are very easy to open because of their lightness and effortless gliding along the window frame.

Sliding windows are offered in a Single Slider (one window is fixed) or Double Slider combination.

Picture (Fixed) Windows

Picture windows, also known as Fixed Casement windows, these are stationary and do not open. They provide extraordinary energy efficiency as well as excellent view.‍

Picture windows are perfect choice for rooms where ventilation is not needed. ‍

Picture windows can be installed alone as well as in combination with other windows, such as Casement windows, Awning windows, Bay/Bow windows, and Hung windows. This creates unique style and character to your home.

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Bay & Bow

Bay and Bow windows project outward from the side of the house. On the inside they add more space in a room. They are created by combining three or more windows together and usually chosen by aesthetic appeal.

Bay window most commonly consists of a central window, which is a Picture (Fixed) window, and two side windows, which are Casement windows. The side windows are set at 30°, 45°, 60 and 90 angle.

Bay and Bow windows have panoramic views as well as increase air ventilation and natural light due to having two operational windows, so homeowners and their guests can enjoy the scenic view and nice fresh air.

Specialty shapes windows

Specialty shape windows provide a huge selection of design options in order to satisfy your needs and wishes.

Specialty shape windows create unique style for your home, you can choose from exclusive styles like round, octagon, arch and more.

Specialty shape windows can be used alone or in a combination with Casement windows and Picture (fixed) windows. This creates unique style and character to your home.

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