Installing Impact Resistant Windows is a great way of protecting your family
and your property from natural disasters and everyday threats.
Single Hung Windows
Give your home a timeless look with single hung windows. Our beautiful windows bring a classic look to your home that never goes out of style. These single hung windows have a fixed top sash, while the bottom sash moves vertically and can be adjusted to provide great ventilation to any room. Single hung windows don’t take up any exterior or interior space, so they are perfect for any size room, even smaller bedrooms and bathrooms.
They come in a variety of styles and colors to give your home great curb appeal. These windows are easy to clean, with window panes that tilt for easy reach. They are energy efficient, with fewer seams and fewer seals to let air escape or enter your home.
Our single hung windows have one locking mechanism, keeping your home safe and secure, and they also protect your home from the elements, hurricanes and other forces of nature. Best of all, single hung windows are a cost-effective window option without having to compromise on quality. With quality, style and function that can’t be beat, it’s no surprise our single hung windows are the perfect choice, giving your home a classic, traditional look that is always in style.
Double Hung Windows
Double-hung windows are an excellent choice for any house ranging from classic to contemporary styles. What makes them distinct to single hung windows is that the upper and lower sashes both slide, meaning they can be lifted from the bottom or lowered from the top to offer two ways of ventilating the home. Since you are able to open and close them without protruding, they are the perfect choice if the window faces a space where people are likely to walk by.
The contemporary clean lines of horizontal rolling windows bring a gorgeous modern look to your home. They come in a variety of styles and frame colors to compliment your home’s design and increase your curb appeal. These versatile windows slide open side to side, with a left or right rolling sash, and don’t take up any interior or exterior space when they open.
That makes them the perfect choice even for smaller bedrooms, bathrooms or hallways. Our horizontal rolling windows are durable and low maintenance, with their sleek design. They don’t have as many parts as conventional windows with springs, pulleys and cranks that can wear out over time.
These beautiful windows are practical, too. They’re energy efficient and protect your home from the elements, hurricanes and forces of nature. If you’re looking for windows that have a beautiful modern design, are low maintenance, functional and practical, horizontal rolling windows are the perfect choice for your home.
A casement window is attached to its frame by one or more hinges, at the side. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, so they are hinged on the outside. They are often held open using a casement stay. They provide unimpeded and panoramic view while allowing ventilation and egress of home.
Their tightest sealing, brings the ultimate operational performance window for your place. These windows work like a weather sealing and stripping system and offer the appropriate ambient temperature adjustment. Unlike any other operable window, they are manufactured to catch the most possible breeze into your home. Casement windows, also, provide the same exact effect of catching air outside the home and redirecting it inside. They are extremely easy to clean from inside the house, because they can rotate fully and be easily accessed, in both sides of the glass.
An awning window is a casement window, which in accuracy- is hung horizontally, hinged on top, so that it swings outward like an awning. Their design provides a supreme sense of class and a modern style, giving an updated atmosphere to the property.
Awning windows provide a high level protection against moisture in home even if they are open during a rainstorm. They also offer an uppermost seal against air pass through.
Due to their construction, they allow for almost absolute viable ventilation, prohibiting the threat of water seeping into the house. Awning windows can offer both the desired view and all ventilation benefits. Since they are manufactured to open just a few inches, they are resistant to break- ins, even if they are open. Besides, the narrow height and relatively wide design of most awning windows makes them difficult for an intruder to access.
Tilt & Turn Windows
This is a European window that allows the window to swing open like a door or the sash to tilt into the room. With the use of one handle, you are able to control both functions. The turn function is great if egress requirements need to be met for the room or if you want to use the window as a door to access the outside or a small balcony. Because of their dual opening option, tilt and turn windows offer great ventilation.
This window style is great for an open design concept. The accordion style makes rooms feel bigger and invites the outside in. This style is great to let you open the view to your patio or garden. The open concept is now very popular for commercial properties specially for restaurants.
All you have to do is open the locks and slide the panels in the open direction. This system is available in many configurations and hardware that is built to last for many years while remaining in great condition.
Let the beauty of the outdoors enter your home by installing picture windows in any room that has a great view. Picture windows are fixed, which means they do not open, but allow for great view of the outside. They are ideal if you want light to enter a room and are not concerned with ventilation. Since they do not have a lock, impact resistant picture windows offer great protection from the outside.
You can also combine picture windows with other window styles if you have very large openings in the home.
Bay & Bow Windows
A bay windows consists of three picture windows in an angled projection, where as bow windows have more glass panels giving them a more curved appearance. Both styles are very popular and used in both contemporary and modern homes.
Also, bay windows tend to protrude farther from the wall giving the room extra square footage on the interior of the home, however, bow windows allow for more light to enter the room since they have larger openings and more glass panes.