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We’re mad about windows and so are our customers but one of the most common issues they’ve found is they don’t know which one to choose. Ideally, it would be awesome to have a whole load of properties just so that you can test out the different types of windows that are available but we know it’s not realistic for everyone! In today’s post, we’ve put together some of the different types of windows that you can choose from in a hope to make your window choosing journey a little easier.

  1. Double Hung Windows

With two sashes that slide vertically up and down in the frame, they open wide from either top or bottom but they remain inside of the frame. This means they don’t protrude out to the exterior or interior of the house. These types of windows look great in the kitchen in country cottage style settings.

  1. Casement Windows

These windows open via a turn in a crank of an operating mechanism and can be hinged on the left or right to open outward. They’re a very modern window to have and will give you a stylish feel.

  1. Awning Windows

These can be used in conjunction to stationary or operating windows. They’re usually hinged at the top and let the air in from the left or right.  They’re a practical window to have in a room that gets hot easily.

  1. Transform Windows

Transform windows are beautiful and perfect for letting more light in.  They can be placed above a door or an operating or stationary window.

  1. Picture Windows

One of our favourite types of windows because they frame the scene outside perfectly just like a picture frame! There are many sizes available but the large variety help to maximise the view.