Window Styles

Casement & Awning

Casement Windows

Casement windows open outward by cranking a handle and provide a great unobstructed view to the outside as well as superior ventilation. Replacement vinyl casement windows can open to the left or right depending on your preference.

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Casement Fixed Windows

Casement fixed windows are a combination of casement and fixed windows. Casement windows can open to the left or right depending on your preference, while the fixed side is stationary.

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Awning Windows

Awning windows open outward from the bottom up. They are operated by cranking a handle that pushes the bottom of the sash out, allowing excellent ventilation while keeping rain water away.

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Push Down Screens:

All operating windows include a screen with an aluminum rust resistant frame which means the screen will last longer. Heavy gauge fibreglass mesh is less likely to tear and a pinless operating system makes the screen easy to remove and place back.

Fold Down Handle:

The premium fold-down handle tucks away for maximum space on the inside, which makes it ideal for accommodating custom window treatments. Made with stainless steel components.

Multi-point Lock:

Our multi-point locking lever lock is placed in an easy to reach location on the window. It’s easy to operate, sturdy and adds to the overall security and insulation of your home.

Premium Heavy-Duty Hardware:

Comes standard. Easy to operate with stainless steel hinges.

  • Casement
  • Push Down Screen

Sliding Windows

Single Tilt Slider

A single tilt sliding vinyl window operates horizontally (side to side). One sash is stationary and the other sash moves and can tilt into the room for easy cleaning.

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Double Slider Butterfly

A double tilt slider vinyl window has two sashes that move sideways. One or both can tilt into the room for easy cleaning. You have the benefit of opening one or both sashes at once, controlling the ventilation in your home.

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End Vent Slider

The end vent slider features two venting sashes with a low fixed centre sash. When a window opening is wider than 74 inches and a sliding option is desired, the end vent slider is the most effective option available.

Find out about end-vent windows, for a neat match with your sliders

Heavy-Duty Cam Lock:

Made out of steel, easy to operate cam action locks for maximum security.

Night Latches:

Stops the window from opening fully, a convenient and safe way to keep the room ventilated at night (Only available for double slider).

Dual Interlocking Rails:

Standard on all slider and hung windows, sashes overlap at the interlocking rail to form an airtight fit.

Exterior Drainage Flaps:

Flaps only open when water is required to drain.

  • Slider

Hung Windows

Single Hung

A single hung vinyl window operates vertically (up and down). One sash is stationary and the other sash moves up and down and can tilt into the room for easy cleaning.

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Double Hung

Double hung vinyl windows have two sashes that move up and down and both can tilt into the room for easy cleaning. You have the benefit of opening one or both sashes at once, controlling the ventilation in your home.

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Constant-Force Balance:

The constant-force spiral coil assembly allows for smooth gliding of the window sash.

Finger Latches:

Thumb latches inside the sash frame allow it to tilt inward when you need to clean windows.

Heavy-Duty Cam Lock:

Made out of steel, easy to operate cam action locks provide maximum security.

Exterior Drainage Flaps:

Flaps only open when water is required to drain.

  • Hung Window

Fixed & Custom Shapes

Fixed Windows

High profile frames are better suited for casement and awning windows. Low profile frames are well suited for slider and hung
windows. High profile windows are labelled with a letter “F”, while Low profile windows are labelled with a letter “P”.

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Custom Shapes

Custom-shaped vinyl windows are specialty windows consisting of shapes or angles other than 90 degrees. They are available in a variety of shape configurations to create unique, artistic designs.

Find out the options when it comes to matching new windows with existing

Low Profile(P):

Low Profile Fixed Windows are great for allowing maximum daylight to enter into the room.

High Profile(F):

High Profile Fixed Windows match casement window combination units.

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Bay & Bow Windows

Bay Windows

A vinyl bay window is a great way to add extra space and light to a room and create a unique design piece for your home. Bay windows are composed of three windows that extend from the exterior of your home. This area is often used to provide additional seating and enjoyable views, and is sometimes referred to as a sit-down bay. Typically they consist of one large fixed (stationary) window in the middle and a casement window on either side.

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Bow Windows

Vinyl bow windows are a series of four or more adjoining window units, with five being the most common. All units can be stationary, operating or any combination. Vinyl bow windows provide sweeping views and create another dimension to your home. They can also provide an elegant window seating area to enjoy the view.

Learn about the hidden risks involved with bay and bow window installation

 

Push Down Screens:

All operating windows include a screen with an aluminum rust resistant frame which means the screen will last longer. Heavy gauge fibreglass mesh is less likely to tear and a pinless operating system makes the screen easy to remove and place back.

Fold Down Handle:

The premium fold-down handle tucks away for maximum space on the inside, which makes it ideal for accommodating custom window treatments. Made with stainless steel components.

Multi-point Lock:

Our multi-point locking lever lock is placed in an easy to reach location on the window. It’s easy to operate, sturdy and adds to the overall security and insulation of your home.

Patio Doors

Eco Series Patio Doors

Patio doors can accommodate any standard or custom-sized openings up to 12 feet in width. Every patio door includes a sliding screen.

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ECO Frames:

Made out of composite recyclable material, the sash is reinforced with steel to withstand higher wind loads.
Double perimeter seals provide optimal air tightness.

Elite Handle:

Comes as standard door hardware. (Optional key lock version is available).

Two-Position Kick Lock (Optional):

Mounted on the bottom of the operating door. It is used as a secondary lock with the door in closed position.

Folding Security Bar (Optional):

Mounted on the fixed side of the door frame. When the security bar is swung down into the locked position, the door will not open.

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