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Our Double Hung Vinyl Windows are attractive in their design and construction with a variety of styles, features and options to work within your budget parameters.
These products are durable and will provide a lifetime of service.
Double-Hung Windows are the most popular window type. Modern versions have a tilt-in sash for easy cleaning of the outside panes. These all-around favorites have some limitations; for example, they're not the best choice in locations where you have to stretch to open them, such as over a kitchen sink.
In double-hung units, both sashes slide vertically. Only the bottom sash slides upward in a single-hung window. Ventilation area can vary from a small crack to an opening of one-half the total glass area.
Traditional in appearance, Our slim line single hung slides vertically, reminiscent of old-style windows. It opens without using any exterior or interior space. Great for any room. Achieve a more contemporary look with more glass through a slimmer frame design. Live worry-free. Our virtually maintenance-free vinyl frames won't rot, peel or require paint. Also available to be configured with a radius (arch) window.
Add dimension to the interior and exterior of your home with our Bay Widows. The primary feature in Bay Windows is that three or more windows are joined together, usually at 30 degree or 45 degree angles.
The center section of a Bay Window is typically stationary, with either Casement Windows or Double Hung Windows on the two side panels adjoining the center window. The center section of the Bay Window can also be configured to be operational, along with the windows flanking both sides. The three dimensional effect of the Bay Window creates a unique appearance.
Our unique casement style window design was created to provide a refrigerator-like seal that keeps out extreme wind and cold and provides you with a unique level of protection from the outside elements.
The primary feature in Casement Windows is that they are hinged on the sides of the frame and open from the side, usually to the exterior. Casement Windows that swing outwardly are typically the most energy efficient of window styles since the sash closes by securing firmly against the frame of the window.
Another benefit of an outward opening Casement Window is that the ventilation or air passage is significantly improved due to the various angles of openings that can be obtained, thereby maximizing the ventilation. Screens are typically used on the interior of Casement Windows.
This product provides a picturesque view of the surrounding area and is easy to operate. It is mounted on brass wheels that allow the slider to smoothly glide across its track. This window provides a wonderful view and opens easily to enjoy the fresh air.
Sliding Windows function like double-hungs turned sideways. They look best in contemporary homes, and work well opening onto a deck or exterior stairway, where a casement´s swing would cause trouble.
Both sashes slide horizontally in a double-sliding window. Only one sash slides in a single-sliding window. Ventilation area can vary from a small crack to an opening of one-half the total glass area. Screens can be placed on the exterior or interior of the window unit.
Another way to enjoy nature in the comfort of your home is the Patio Door. With a tight seal between the panels provided by a quality wedging interlock, winter's chill and summer's heat will stay outdoors while you enjoy an uninterrupted view of nature.
Patio Doors afford an expansive view of the outdoors, while saving space indoors. Our patio doors come standard with many great benefits, like energy savings, reliable performance and aesthetic appeal. With several sizes, styles and design options, you can create a patio door to match the decor of your home.
Vinyl siding was first introduced to the exterior cladding market in the early 1960's and steadily grew in popularity over the next four decades because of its durability, versatility and ease of maintenance. The product is manufactured primarily with polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a material that gives it impact resistance, rigidity and strength.
PVC starts with two simple building blocks: chlorine (57%) from common salt and ethylene (43%) from natural gas. Most of the natural gas utilized to manufacture ethylene is domestically produced, which reduces consumption of imported oil products.
Today, vinyl siding is the number one choice of exterior cladding across the United States and Canada. In fact, U.S. Census Bureau statistics show twice as many homeowners side their homes with vinyl than with any other material. Vinyl siding is available in a broad palette of colors, profiles and architectural trim to assist homeowners in customizing their new construction and renovation designs.
Vinyl siding is a great investment. Re-siding a home is among the top ten remodeling projects in terms of overall payback. And, if you re-side with vinyl, you can often recoup 100% or more of your investment - if you pick the right company, of course.
Explore and discover the possibilities that today’s vinyl siding offers.
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