Types of Windows
Finding the right types of windows can be a stressful time for you but with our professional team and 30 years of experience working for you, we assure that it can put you at ease with process. Adding value to your home has never been easier and worry free with Showcase Builders working for you. Here's a sample of styles we offer but feel free to call us for the complete list of window options.
They can be raised from the bottom for ventilation. Contact us to choose from several different product lines and material types to best fit your needs. Minimal maintenance and easy operation with bottom sash tilt-in feature, contoured lift-rails and pre-tensioned, dual pulley Block & Tackle balance system.
Enjoy the versatility and stunning good looks of your new Standard Picture and Casement Picture windows. Comfort comes standard with your new picture windows and you will be comfortable no matter what the season, so you can finally say good-bye to uncomfortable drafts.
Let’s in the most light, best for maximizing outdoor views.
A window hinged on the side, the sash opens horizontally opposite the hinge. This type of window allows for full ventilation from top to bottom of the window opening and the extended sash can catch the breeze and direct it into the house for better air flow. For a fresh, open view from your home, casement windows offer a unique blend of charm and elegance. Two continuous seals of weather-strip around the window’s perimeter stop drafts from entering your home and provide you with the ultimate in comfort. Custom design enhancements offer the style and versatility you desire.
Built to last while also providing the beauty, charm, style and versatility you’ll enjoy for years to come.
Bay windows — Typically a fixed window
in the center joined together with your choice
of venting windows on each side.
Bow windows — Four or more windows joined together
to form a graceful curve. Choose fixed windows,
or any combination of venting windows.
The beauty and expansive views with a custom made bay or bow window is a wonderful option for your home.
Awning windows from are often placed above or below other windows to add architectural interest, light and ventilation to a room. They glide open and shut with the turn of one easy-to-reach handle. Choose from several different product lines and material types to suit your preferences.