A classic patio door can be likened to a window that is large enough to pass freely through it.
When you open them, you will get the effect of combining the terrace or garden with the room. They also perfectly illuminate the interior of the house and give the buildings a unique look.
Picture windows are ideal for large openings that will not be used for ventilation, as they do not open. They can be custom-made and have different shapes and sizes and can play a huge part in sculpting the overall tone of your home. They’re highly energy-efficient and durable
Slider windows include sashes that slide from side to side. They can be custom built in a variety of styles and sizes, with multiple moving panels. Sliding windows offer great ventilation, as well as easy operation.
The traditional casement window is the most frequently chosen solution. The sash is folded on a vertical axis located either on the right, or the left side of the frame. For example, if the axis, which is where the hinges are located, is at the right side, the handle is to the left side and you can open it either inward or outward, depending on your preferences.
Single hung windows have two sashes, where the bottom one can be opened to allow ventilation, while the top sash of the window is fixed. These windows provide unobstructed views of the surrounding areas and let in a great deal of natural light.
Double hung windows have both sashes which are operable and can be opened to allow airflow. Since both sashes are movable, cleaning and repairing the upper sash is easier and faster than in single hung windows.
Special and unusual window shapes are very often chosen for their decorative element. These windows are becoming more common and are not only pretty and original, but also energy-efficient, as in most cases they are stationary.
Bay & bow windows are very similar – they both let in more light and add a distinctive look to the exterior of a home. However, a bay window has three openings, and a bow window usually has four or five.
Awning windows work like casement windows, but they are hinged on the bottom and can be opened outward, which means you can have your windows open while it’s raining. They allow for ventilation and have an extremely minimalist and unique style.
Hopper windows (or tilt turn windows) are reverse awning windows, which means they have a similar design, but open in different directions. Hopper windows open inwards all the way to a 90° angle or open partially to a 45° angle.