One sash is fixed and does not move, while the other sash opens and closes by sliding from side to side.
Both sash open and close by sliding from side to side.
The sash is hinged on one side of the window, and swings open by turning the crank handle at the base.
Both sash on Double Hung windows easily lifts to open fully and tilts inward for easy cleaning.
Below are samples of our customers' favorite replacement window styles:
The sash is hinged at the top and open outwards when you turn the crank handle at the base.
Central sash is fixed, while the two sashes on either side open and close by sliding side-to-side.
The three windows are at 30- or 45-degree angles that extend outward from the frame of the house.
Bow windows have 3, 4 or 5 windows that are mulled at 10-degree angles.
Top sash of the window remains fixed, while bottom sash lifts open and tilts in for easy cleaning.