Window Types

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High-quality windows save homeowners money and increase property value and comfort. It's best to select a window type based on your climate. Contact your local window suppliers for a professional opinion and home evaluation.

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Window Types

  1. 1. Single-Hung Sliding Awning Bay Double-Hung Casement Hopper Bow TYPESWINDOW
  2. 2. Single-Hung Very basic design Bottom Sash moves up and down More economical than double-hung windows
  3. 3. Double-Hung Top and bottom sash moves up and down Sashes tilt inward for easy maintenance A versatile window, compatible to most home styles
  4. 4. Sliding Single of multiple sashes that each slide horizontally Can be source of additional heat due to large window area Treat with double- or triple-paned glass
  5. 5. Casement Hinged on one side allowing window to swing outward Convenient folding handles prevent interference with screens A practical option for window sill ledges and sitting areas where the window is frequently opened for comfort
  6. 6. Awning Hinge at top swings outward Provides ventilation while reliquishing the elements Capable of being placed higher than others, awning windows provide exceptional ventilation
  7. 7. Hopper Hing at bottom swings inward Commonly a basement window Provides exceptional ventilation and light to rooms
  8. 8. Bay Window Angled around center window Angular design using casement or double-hang windows Provides exceptional ventilation and light to rooms
  9. 9. Bow Window Angled around center window Uses multiple casement windows Provides exceptional ventilation and light to rooms
  10. 10. See additional window types and styles at: YoungerBrothers.com TYPESWINDOW

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