A double-hung window is a type of window that has two operable sashes that slide up and down. Both sashes can be locked in place for safety or removed, and both can provide ventilation.
A casement window is a window that is attached to its frame by the hinge at its side. They can be installed as a single-window or in pairs within a common frame. A casement stay holds them open, allowing for easy cleaning.
A picture window is a large window that doesn’t open up. This window design aims to provide a clear and unobstructed view of the outside, framing it like a picture. These windows are designed to provide maximum visibility and light for both inside and outside the home. Since picture windows do not open, they are often paired with ventilating windows to prevent moisture build-up.