Select Your Preferred Replacement Window Styles

Select Your Preferred Replacement Window Styles

Okay, so you’ve decided which window material you want. Now, you’ll need to choose the different replacement window styles you want for your house. For example, in some rooms of your home, the main focus will be an expansive view of the surroundings, while in others, you’ll want replacement windows that allow excellent ventilation. No matter what your priorities are, you’ll have plenty of style options:

Awning Replacement Windows

Awning windows include a single pane that opens outwardly and is attached by a hinge at the top. They are designed for rooms that need extra ventilation, such as bathrooms or basements. One additional benefit of awning replacement windows is that their design allows them to remain open during light rain.

Bay & Bow Replacement Windows

Bay and bow windows can be a striking architectural addition to any home and create extra interior space. Bay replacement windows feature three separate windows that curve out to form an arc, and they often include two operable windows flanking a fixed picture window. Bow replacement windows are made up of four or more individual windows that are often the same style.

Casement Replacement Windows

Casement windows can be opened outward using a hand crank or by pushing, and they are connected to the window frame on their sides. They can be a single window or a pair in a single frame, and they are another excellent option for rooms that need extra ventilation.

Double-Hung Replacement Windows

The classic double-hung window is the most popular option, which includes two operable sashes that slide up or down within the frame. Adaptable to almost any home style, double-hung replacement windows are aesthetically pleasing and easy to operate and maintain.

Garden Windows

A garden window is a mini greenhouse with four panes of glass forming a box that extends from the side of your home. These replacement windows are most commonly installed above countertops and kitchen sinks, creating the perfect spot to grow herbs for cooking.

Hopper Replacement Windows

You typically see hopper windows in basements. There is a similarity between hopper windows and awning replacement windows except for one significant difference—they open at the bottom instead of the top. They still provide excellent ventilation but can’t stay open during inclement weather.

Picture Replacement Windows

Picture windows are fixed and feature a large pane of glass that is usually devoid of window grids, allowing for expansive views of the surroundings.

Picture window

Single-Hung Replacement Windows

Single-hung windows offer the same classic look like double-hung windows but only have one operable sash, as the upper sash is fixed in place.

Sliding Replacement Windows

Sliding windows are easy to operate and can be almost any size, and they provide an especially weather-tight seal that also helps with energy efficiency.

Specialty Shape Replacement Windows

If you prefer a more distinctive look for your home, you can choose to have custom windows made in almost any geometric shape.

Select Your Preferred Replacement Window Styles

At Veracity Window and Door, we proudly install Infinity from Marvin, the most versatile window replacement product in the market today. All our windows are custom built to suit your exact needs and preferences. Our replacement window experts are here to provide advice on window styles and options, so click here or give a call to Veracity Window and Door at (951) 846-6256.