1. BAY WINDOW
The Bay or Box window projects from the external wall. They are ideal for adding space to a room or above a kitchen bench. Their design enables them to capture extra light and warmth. It is also allows extra storage and window seat to be created.
2. DOUBLE-HUNG WINDOW
Also known as sash window. With two glass panes moving up or down within the frame. This style allows venting from top or bottom and is common in older homes.
3. CASEMENT WINDOWS
This type of window is common in newer homes. This style is hinged on the side and swings out like a door. A casement window can be single or multi-pane.
4. LOUVERED WINDOWS
Manually rotated to open or close this window can Be opened by degrees to control how much air or light is allowed to pass through. As they are unable to be shut airtight they are typically used in smaller spaces, as drafts and security issues can arise.
Available in single, double and multi-opening panels, sliding windows are often the safest option for decks and walkways. Featuring aluminum frames, it offers numerous window styles for every home.
This style is the ultimate in indoor-outdoor living as it merges one area with another. The windows can be pushed back opening up the entire area of the window frame.
7. SKY-LIGHT WINDOWS
Perfect for adding extra natural light to the room there are many variations on this style of window to suit different roof pitches, elevations, and needs. Some may open sky-light window for electricity, while others may be there simply for extra light.
Also known as the fixed window. This is the simplest and most versatile element of window decor as it lets in the light but not the elements.
Designed to provide natural light and a breeze while maintaining privacy. This window is placed high on the wall. Hinged at the top it will open on a horizontal angle.
10. STATIONARY WINDOWS
It has a thicker frame in order for it to blend in better with other, operable, windows that are adjacent to it. These windows do not open, but they can be customized in nearly any angle or shape you desire. They are often found in modern- or contemporary-style houses in conjunction with operating windows.