Windows

Windows can make you feel more comfortable in your home, while adding a beauty and style that will last for years. Let us help you find the right windows that you need to fit the architectural style and look of your home. You have many choices when it comes to windows and we would like to make the decision-making process a little easier by providing you with the information below.

 

Materials

Wood

  • Energy Efficient
  • Maintenance Required
  • Paintable/Stainable

Vinyl

  • Energy Efficient
  • Not Paintable

Fiberglass

  • Energy Efficient
  • Paintable
  • Strongest
  • Most Stable

Aluminum

  • Not Energy Efficient
  • Thinner Frames
  • More Visible Glass

 

Operational Styles (Rollover Images)

Casement

Single/Double Hung

Horizontal Sliding

Awning

 

Muntins (Grids)

Types

Grids Between Glass

(GBG)

Simulated Divided Lites

(SDL)

True Divided Lites

(TDL)

Patterns

Prairie/Queen Anne

Colonial

Custom

 

Glass Options

 

Types of Glass

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is produced by bonding two or more layers of glass together by means of a special plasticized interlayer, polyvinyl butyral (PVB).  It is used for safety, security, and sound reduction.

Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is a type of safety glass that is two or more times stronger than annealed glass. When broken, it shatters into many small fragments which prevent major injuries.

 

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