Window Styles in Phoenix, AZ
The Different Types of Windows Econ Windows Works With
Econ Windows has been installing windows in Phoenix, AZ for over 15 years. They work with a variety of different window styles and materials to meet the needs of their customers. On this page, we will talk about some of the most popular window styles that Econ Windows installs.
Awning windows are the smallest of the window styles that Econ Windows works with. These windows have a hinge on one side and open like an arm. This type of window is popular in kitchen or bathroom applications, because it lets light into these rooms without exposing them to view from outside.
Casement windows have a hinge on one side and open outward from the middle. These are very popular in homes that want an elegant look without sacrificing functionality or energy efficiency. This is because casements offer both of these things, while still being easy to operate and letting lots of light into rooms.
Double Hung Windows:
Double hung windows are the most common type of window that Econ Windows installs. These types of windows have two panes separated by a center bar, with both panes being operable. This design makes double hung windows very easy to open and close. They also provide excellent energy efficiency because they insulate well against heat transfer in either direction through the glass area between them.
Slider windows are similar to double hung windows, but the center bar is missing. This allows for larger panes of glass on each side that can slide past one another. Sliders let in a lot more light than most other types of windows because of how large their glass pane areas are.
Econ Windows also installs many different specialty windows. This includes picture, bay and bow, stationary, garden and more. Specialty windows are custom designed to fit the needs of each individual customer or space that they will be installed in.
Picture windows are very large single-pane windows that allow for a panoramic view. They are often in the shape of an arch or square in order to fit perfectly into their space and give the maximum amount of visibility possible in each direction. Picture windows offer excellent insulation because they have no cracks or gaps between them where air can come through, but still let lots of light in due to their size.
Bay windows are a multi-paned version of the picture window. They have an arched top area and usually three or more panes that meet at their center point to create this effect. Bay windows let in a lot of light because they provide exceptional headroom, but can be difficult to open and close due to their size.
Bow windows are similar to bay windows, but the panes curve outward instead of inward. This gives them a more rounded look and allows for even more light infiltration than bay windows. Bow windows also offer great insulation because of the many panes of glass that make up their construction.
Garden windows are a popular choice for homeowners who want to add extra growing space to their home. They are typically small, single-pane windows that sit at ground level and project outward from the house. This allows plants to get natural light and fresh air while still being protected from the elements. Garden windows also offer great insulation because of how close they are to the ground.
Econ Windows offers all of these window styles and more to meet the needs of each customer they work with. With so many options available, there is sure to be a perfect window style for everyone’s home. Contact Econ Windows today to get started on your window installation project!
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