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281WINDOWS

281-530-8100
12999 Murphy Rd. Suite D-1
Stafford, Texas 77477

Showroom Hours:
Monday-Friday
9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday
10:00am-2:00pm
Closed Sunday
After hours by appointment only

Energy Star

SHAPES & GRILLS

Grid Options- Styles & Patterns

Flat Style Grids
 
Scupltured Style Grids


Colonial Pattern
 
Marginal Pattern

 

Basic Window Styles

Outline Name Description Typical Applications
Awning Windows that are hinged at the top that swing out for ventilation. Bathrooms, Combine w/Large windows
Single/Double Hung A window with two sashes where one or both sashes slide vertically. Bedrooms, Family Rooms, Kitchens, Dens
Horizontal Slider A window with two sashes where one or both sashes slide horizontally. Bedrooms, Family Rooms, Kitchens, Dens, Combinations
Casement A window or windows hinged on one side that open as far as 90 degrees to the building using a crank. Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Living Rooms, Combine w/Large windows
Direct-Set These are fixed windows. Since they have no moving parts, they can be tailored to meet just about any desired geometric shape. Entry Ways, Living Rooms, Combine w/Large windows
Circle Top As the name describes, these windows typically have a flat bottom and a circular or arched top. These are typically used in combination with another window or door. Entry Ways, Living Rooms, Combine with doors or large windows

 

Examples of Combinations

Outline Name Description
Angled Bay A single large, fixed center window with 2 windows at 30, 45, or 90 degrees to the building. Side windows are typically vertical sliders or casement.
Bow Four or more windows configured to form a radius. Typically made of either vertical sliders or casement windows.
Picture Combination A single large, fixed center window with 2 adjacent side windows. Side windows may be either horizontal or vertical sliders or casement.
2-Wide Two vertical slider windows installed side-by-side. This is a basic building block for a "wall of windows".
3-Wide with transoms Three vertical slider windows installed side-by-side with awnings or fixed transoms across the tops.
2-Wide with transom Two casement windows installed side-by-side with an awning or fixed transom across the tops.
Cathedral Two casement windows with a half cloverleaf top circle
Three wide with awnings Three fixed windows with awnings on the bottom.

 

 

 

 



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