WINDOW REPLACEMENT SACRAMENTO

Home windows come in many types and styles. You can combine several of the same kind of windows, such as a bank of casement windows, or you can try to mix it up, such as a picture window flanked by two casement windows.

Whether considering windows for replacement or new construction, you will probably discover that you need different types. Use this section of our site to get a better idea of the advantages of each window style and where you might want to use it in your home.

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VINYL

Vinyl windows are an economical choice for the cost-conscious homeowner. Vinyl is engineered to last a lifetime, requiring minimal maintenance and no painting or staining.

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FIBERGLASS

Fiberglass windows are extremely durable and energy efficient. Fiberglass is maintenance-free and resistant to deterioration over time.

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COMPOSITE

Composite windows are made from a combination of recycled materials to resemble wood windows. Composite material is resistant to strong impact, as well as water and air leakage.

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AWNING

Opens outward from a top hinge. Good space saver and among most energy-efficient because they seal well, but doesn’t allow for window AC.

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DOUBLE-HUNG

Top and bottom sashes slide up and down within the frame, allowing bottom to be closed while top is open to keep kids and pets safe. Not best option in extreme climates.

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SLIDING

Sashes slide horizontally on a track. Works well when space is limited and good for rooms facing walkways, porches, and patios. Provides plenty of light and ventilation.

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BAY WINDOWS

Hinged at bottom and can open inward or outward. Good above door or window, or in a basement for ventilation. Less air leakage than others since sash presses against frame.

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CASEMENT

Hinged like a door and crank-operated. Provides great ventilation, air flow, and clear views to the outdoors with less air leakage than hung or sliding.

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