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END VENT SLIDER WINDOWS
Our clients usually opt out for and end vent slider if they wish to go ahead with a sliding window option while the opening is larger than 72 inches. Our end vent sliders are the best alternative if the physical opening space is way too large for a regular open-end window design.

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BOW WINDOWS
Bow windows consist of at least four equally sized windows that are joined together in 10° or 15° angles in order to shape the curve. Both beautiful and elegant, bow windows offer a large, unblocked view of the outside.

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BAY WINDOWS
Bay windows are a great choice for any home, as its fantastic features are seen on the inside (the panoramic view) and on the outside (an architectural impression which goes out of the ordinary).

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CASEMENT FIXED WINDOWS
For everyone who is looking for a rather sophisticated alternative, casement fixed windows will exceed your expectations. Glass quality and the classic architectural design make casement fixed windows ideal for all room types.

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DOUBLE HUNG TILT WINDOWS
This window was created to offer elegant appearance and maximum functionality in only one product. Double Hung Tilt windows are equipped with two sashes – one in the upper and lower part each. Sashes slide vertically past each other within the frame, allowing you to effectively adjust the window opening and airflow. A removable, easy to clean full screen and flexible sashes are also provided to facilitate exterior cleaning from the inside.

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DOUBLE SLIDER TILT WINDOWS
Homeowners and architects enjoy this window style thanks to its classic design, functionality and architectural versatility. Both window sashes slide horizontally inside the frame; therefore, the Double Slider Tilt window easily fits larger openings, being ideal for rooms in need of more air circulation without blocking the view. Exterior cleaning is easily done from the inside, as sashes are very flexible and also come with a removable full screen.

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ARCHITECTURAL SHAPES WINDOWS
Our well-loved products are more than just framed glass panels made to fit an opening – a fact proved by our demanding clients (home owners, interior designers, architects) who keep coming back satisfied. The product of our thorough creative work can be seen in many distinctive North American houses.

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SINGLE HUNG TILT WINDOWS
This window features a strong frame and sash – the perfect combination to fit large openings. This window type is quite popular: while the top sash doesn’t move, the window opens by sliding the bottom sash up. Exterior cleaning can easily be performed from the inside, as the bottom sash tilts in and is equipped with an easy to reach (and clean) half screen. The shape of the bottom sill is specially designed to prevent water accumulation.

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SINGLE SLIDER TILT WINDOWS
Single Slider Tilt windows are a great combination of stylish looks and excellent functionality. The window slides horizontally between the two fixed sashes within the frame, which makes this product ideal for narrow openings or home sides.

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AWNING WINDOWS
As functionality is necessary, but not sufficient, awning windows must be a match to your home’s overall style and architecture. Awning windows typically swing out and upwards and are usually hinged at the top.

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CASEMENT WINDOWS
Casement windows are typically used for living rooms and bedrooms, or for any other rooms you would like a large view of the outside for. Window frames are designed in such way to offer unobstructed view, from top to bottom. This also ensures proper ventilation and makes casement windows a perfect fit to larger openings.

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SLIM FIXED WINDOWS
Even if slim fixed windows do not open, their minimalistic design and stylish narrow frame only leave room to a wider glass surface – which can only mean you will be able to view more of your landscape.

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