When space is at a premium, or it’s not possible to have a protruding window beyond the building, sliding windows may be the best option. Available as either vertical (double hung) or horizontal, sliding windows create a feeling of space and light. And because they often provide more access to open air than other conventional windows, they also provide increased ventilation. They’re perfect for entertaining, watching the outside world from the comfort of your home, and bringing in air and light.
Flexible, unobtrusive, and robust, bi-fold windows seamlessly connect the areas in your home, creating a sense of space, light and openness. Whether it’s between two separate rooms, or your indoor and outdoor spaces, a well-placed bi-fold window maximises your available view and increases airflow. In fact, when fully opened, you won’t even notice the window is there at all. It’s a simple way to bring a café-like feel to your living areas.
Awning and casement windows can add an elegant, traditional look to your home or apartment. It’s simple to tell the difference – awnings are hung from the top, while casements open from a vertical edge. Both options are practical, easy to use and provide excellent ventilation. Awnings can also be left partly open when it’s raining – so they’re great in winter too.
These windows all project from external walls, adding space to rooms and capturing sunlight. Box windows are often light maximising corner windows. With Bay windows, the whole unit projects from the exterior wall while Greenhouse windows have glass roofs and 90 degree corners. All these windows come in a near endless number of variables and options so talk to us to find out more. Custom designed windows are another great alternative opening the way for great results including large spans of glass, interesting curves and wide openings.