Sliding windows open horizontally. You move one section of the window to the left or the right and you have an exposed opening. Think of them as sash windows set on the side. You get the same opening size, but it’s horizontal. The sections slide through built-in tracks designed for smooth operation and simplicity.
Horizontal Slider Vinyl Windows has two sliding sashes that slide along side a fixed sash in the middle of the two operating panels.
The arch was used heavily in Roman architecture, and when it’s used in modern homes it has a timeless appeal that helps open up the space and create a unique look. Arched windows will add architectural interest to your home and increase the overall curb appeal.
Single hung windows are a popular sash type window that opens vertically. These affordable windows are simple to use and are commonly found in most homes. When most people think of standard windows in a home, single hung windows come to mind.
Picture windows are typically large windows that isn’t broken up by any lines, can not be opened, and are often found in living rooms. They offer a nice clear view that isn’t split or altered in any way. When you want to create the illusion of an indoor/outdoor space, picture windows are great for letting in a great deal of sunlight and connecting your indoor living space with your natural outside surroundings.
Replacement Windows where the existing aluminum windows are in place . These windows have a large exterior flange that is designed to conceal the existing window's frame.
Block frame (box unit) installation involves replacing only the window’s existing sash and leaving the window frame intact
New construction windows are used when a brand new home or a new addition to a home is being built.
New Construction Windows that offer more depth than the standard Nail - On Frame Window.
White and Almond are our two standard extruded colors
(THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR THE ALMOND COLOR).