For some people, trying to figure out which window styles to install in your Bucks County, PA home can feel overwhelming. However, it doesn’t need to be that way! At Window Guardians, our specialists offer a vast array of different window styles, sizes, and shapes to match perfectly with any home decor or theme.
Our selection of window styles includes:
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While single-hung windows allow for ventilation through one lower sash, Double-Hung windows have two operating sashes that move up and down to allow ventilation on the top, bottom, or both.
By opening both sashes of a double-hung window halfway, you get far more airflow than you get with other windows. The opening over the top sash allows stale, hot air to exit while the opening below the lower sash draws in fresh air.
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Attached to their frame by one or more hinges on the side, casement windows are often held open using a casement stay. Casement windows are used singly or in pairs inside a common frame, in which case they are hinged from the outside.
Besides offering a variety of design features, casement windows are highly energy-efficient, are easy to open and close, and offer great ventilation.
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Sliding windows are often described as double-hung windows placed on their side. They can open from either the left or the right side to provide you with a wide view of your surroundings, and can come with a variety of customization options.
Because sliding windows are built from fewer parts than conventional windows, they are conveniently low maintenance. They are also easy to use, as you can slide them open to the side rather than having to push them up.
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Bay windows have three openings that are available in angled projections, while a bow window typically has four or five. A bay window’s structure consists of a picture window with two, usually smaller, windows on either side. In contrast, a bow window’s structure is curved and has a rounder appearance.
Bow and bay windows let in more natural light, vastly increasing your view of the outdoors while adding more space inside your home as well.
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Hinged from the top, awning windows open outward from the bottom. Awning windows are often placed higher on walls for more privacy or in combination with larger stationary windows for an enhanced view.
With their weather-tight construction, awning windows are great for damp climates. They can protect your home against moisture, even when open during rainfall.
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We can create specialty windows to fit all sorts of unique or stand-alone wall spaces in your home. Give our team Window Guardians a call today to learn more!
Whether you have an unusually-shaped space on your wall or you want more privacy in your bedroom or bathroom than your current windows offer, some custom-made specialty windows might be exactly what you need!
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Are you ready to revolutionize the way your home looks with the right window style? To get in touch with our team of Bucks County, PA window installation pros, don’t hesitate to give us a call today!
For more information about how to select the window style that’s best for you, check out these articles from our team’s blog!