Windows can make cramped spaces seem much larger and can open your home to beautiful natural lighting. There are a number of different styles available, so read on to see which is right for your home!
Single and double hung windows consist of two frameworks that hold panes of glass together, the only difference between the two being the number of movable frameworks. Casement windows operate like doors, swinging out from one side or the other and usually operated by a crank mechanism. Bay and bow windows project outward from an exterior wall, differing in the number of windows that make up the complete assembly. Garden windows, also called greenhouse windows, are essentially window boxes that jut from the side of the house with glass on the front, sides, and top. Fixed windows are non-operable, coming in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.