We can mix and match looks and will even help you design custom windows. We offer a full line of window styles for you to browse.
Choose from double- or triple-paned glass or add a state-of-the-art coating to protect from the sun’s rays.
There is no better design element in a home than an elegant shaped window. Most homes use primarily rectangular windows, but including an arched, half-round window over a doorway, or an octagonal window at the top of the stairs can add an accent which will enhance the whole space.
Single Hung Windows
Single-hung windows are a great option for those rooms without space for a window to swing into the room. Dress up a prominent window with an arch or radius window overhead to add beauty and admit light into your space.
The term privacy window may sound like a contradiction; however, privacy windows are quite lovely and useful for all sorts of purposes. If the window needs to allow air and light but also provide coverage, we can order custom obscured glass in a variety of styles
Horizontal sliders—or gliders—open to the side rather than sliding up toward the ceiling. Just like their vertical cousins, horizontal sliders can have one or two panes mobile, offering more ventilation and variety.
Gardening is a large part of many people’s lives, but what about the middle of winter? A garden window can be home to house plants or to smaller plants such as herbs.
Double Hung Windows
Double-hung windows are a versatile style that adds beauty and value to your home. The hot air at the ceiling has an easier escape route, and both top and bottom can be opened to allow the maximum breeze on a summer day. These windows tilt in for easy cleaning.
Decorative windows add interest throughout the home. You might choose decorative glass in the kitchen to add more ambiance to casual meals. The living room may benefit from a design upgrade to enhance appeal when guests arrive.
Casement & Awning Windows
These hand-cranked windows either open to the side like a book (casement) or move up and away from the house to create a glass awning. Casement windows are ideal beside a picture window or a door, while awning—or transom—windows are more likely seen above a doorway.
Bay windows are a perennial favorite. Imagine a lovely bench seat encased on three sides by windows—the perfect spot to sit during downtime to read, chat, or simply rest. We can install a custom bay window where there was none, or even upgrade an existing bay window with new, state-of-the-art glass and framing for added efficiency and charm.
Just when you thought double-paned windows were the height of energy efficiency, here comes triple-paned. Adding the third pane to a double-paned window makes a tremendous difference in terms of energy efficiency. Though there are extra up-front costs associated with triple-paned glass windows, energy rebates are available.
You want the light and the view, but you prefer quiet—either inside or outside your window. Beyond modern double- or triple-paned windows, we can add thickness, special laminate and foam spacers to disrupt the sound waves moving through the glass. Whether it’s ambient road noise from without or the stereo from within, we have the technology for the solution.
Safety is an important aspect of any building project. If you are refinishing a basement with a bedroom or for some other regular use, you will want to include an egress window. Defined as a window that you can exit, an egress window may be required for full legal compliance in a livable basement space. Other rooms in the house, including aboveground bedrooms, may benefit from an egress window.
Picture windows are “fixed” or non-opening windows that allow light into the room. Because they have no moving parts, they are the most energy efficient and secure. Picture windows are typically rectangular, but they can be specially shaped for any space.
A classic favorite, wood is no longer used by some builders for exterior windows and doors. Our clients still love it, and we are happy to offer it.
The most popular, affordable and durable material in use. Vinyl does not show scratches, is very thermal resistant and will be easy on your budget.
One of the strongest and most versatile materials available. Fiberglass can be painted or clad with wood trim to suit your home.
Aluminum is a metal alloy that is strong, attractive and extremely durable. It is recyclable, popular in today’s architecture and great for creating large, sliding glass walls.
Simonton is a vinyl window and door manufacturer with a long history, serving us in the window and door business for over 70 years.
Milgard is a local Oregon window manufacturer and is one of the few companies with a line of fiberglass windows. Milgard also makes specialty vinyl, wood-clad and aluminum windows.