Perhaps the most common types of windows, the lower half can be opened up through up-and-down motion.
Unlike the single-hung window, both the top and bottom half can be moved up and down that facilitates better air flow and makes it easier to clean.
If you’re someone that values design and aesthetic, arched windows are a great option and often, they’re cheaper than double-hung windows.
Awning windows are perfect if you live in a place that rainier than expected. The bottom can be pushed up and out, which lets in air but does not wet your home.
A cost-effective simple solution, a casement window is a single glass pane that can be cranked open to the side.
Since they’re translucent, these windows are perfect for bathrooms as they offer more privacy.
These windows have flaps of metal or glass that can be pushed up and down from the inside, which lets the breeze in on a good day. No wonder they’re a popular option in coastal areas.
A large picture window with two angled windows to ither side create a beautiful bay window that’s a great solution if you want a beautiful view into your outside area.
These windows are often required to be installed in basements by law in many states as escape routes.
These windows offer natural light all day long and it’s a convenient solution if you’re working with limited wall space.
You shouldn’t just replace your window when it breaks, cracks or malfunctions…your old windows may seem to be getting the job done but they’re doing you more harm than good.