Introduction

Our TimberView® wood window combines the resilience of a vinyl exterior window, with the distinctive warmth and beauty of solid oak or poplar on the interior. Wood framing is an excellent type of insulation, up to 400 times more efficient than steel frames and up to 1,800 times more efficient than aluminum. This insulation can reduce heating and air conditioning costs throughout the year. Wood also serves as noise insulation, helping to muffle loud outdoor sounds. Matching windows with existing features in older homes can help to ensure that homes maintain their traditional style, both inside and outside. When sourced from a sustainable supplier, wood is also an eco-friendly alternative to some of the composite materials available today.

WINDOW TYPES

DOUBLE HUNG

DOUBLE HUNG

Double hung windows are the most popular type of window; they open by sliding the bottom half of the window up over the top half.

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PICTURE

PICTURE

PIcture windows are large windows that don’t open, but provide a lot of light into a room.

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CASEMENT

CASEMENT

Casement windows have a hinge at the side and open outward.

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DEADLIGHT

DEADLIGHT

Deadlight windows are non-operating casement windows.

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AWNING

AWNING

Awning windows hinge at the top and open outward.

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BAY & BOW

BAY & BOW

Bay and bow windows are windows and window groups that project outward from a home and add space inside.

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