Vertical opening windows have a stationary upper and lower sash that opens by sliding upwards, with the help of a spring-assisted mechanism that’s hidden from view. The lower sash may also be tilted inward from the frame for easy cleaning.
Sashes may be equal in height, as pictured here, or unequal if you prefer. Sashes may be ordered without internal grids (left), with Colonial grids (middle), or with Prairie-style grids (right). Grids may be specified for both sashes, lower sash only, or upper sash only.
Horizontal sliders have two or three sashes aligned horizontally, with side-to-side sliding in one or two of the sashes. Sashes may be equal in width, or not, as you prefer. Often two opening sashes are placed on either side of a wider center sash that is fixed.
Horizontal sliders may be ordered without internal grids or with either Colonial or Prairie-style grids.
Fixed Glass Windows
Radius window shapes include half-circles, full circles, quarter-circles, ellipticals, and ovals. They may be installed as stand-alone windows or paired with other windows; as eyebrow, for example.
Radius windows may be ordered without internal grids (left), with Sunburst (middle), Gothic (right), radial spokes, or double Sunburst (not depicted).
Geometric windows may be custom ordered in a variety of shapes, such as: triangles, octagons, trapezoids, pentagons, and others. Any of these shapes be installed as stand-alone
windows or stacked over over windows or doors. They may be ordered plain, as shown here, or with a variety of internal grid styles.
These non-opening windows are available in various-sized squares or rectangles and may be used alone or combined with other windows. They may be ordered without internal grids, or with a variety of grid styles.