|Awning windows are hinged on the top and open outward from the bottom, allowing for ventilation and protection from the rain. Often placed higher on walls for privacy or in combination with large stationary windows for a better view.
Swing-In Casement Windows
|While most standard casement windows extend away from the home when opened, the in-swing casement window opens into your room instead. Instead of turning a crank to extend open, you simply turn the handle and pull to operate an in-swing casement.
Double Hung Windows
|Double-Hung windows have two operating sash that move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both. Single-Hung windows allow ventilation through a single operable lower sash.
|A hopper window is a small window that opens downward and inward. It is commonly installed as a bathroom or basement window. The upward tilt of the window glass pane blocks open dirt and debris from getting into your home. It usually can be opened with a crank or hinge.
|Sliding windows are horizontal, with sashes that slide back and forth rather than up and down like more traditional windows. They are essentially double hung windows turned on their side.
|A stationary window is a large, rectangular pane of glass installed in a wall to allow light into a room and provide a view of outdoor scenery.
Swing-Out Casement Windows
|Outswing casement windows are probably the most popular kind of casement windows. Most people want their windows to swing outward, so that they don't have to worry about moving anything when they open their windows. This type of casement window is hinged at the side.