All Styles of Canadian Windows | sunview-windows

ALL STYLES OF CANADIAN WINDOWS

Awning Window

A window with a sash that is hinged at the top and opens from the bottom.

Bay Window

A bay window is made up of three or more windows. The side or flanker units project out from the building in 30°, 45°, or 90° angles. 

Bow Window

A series of four or more adjoining window units, commonly five in number that project 10°-20° from the wall of the building, forming a radius.

Basement Window

An egress window code is a legal requirement intended to ensure a person can escape a building through a window in an emergency.

Casement Window

A window that opens from the side like a door. Historically, casements were the first working windows. 

Fixed Window

A window that is non-venting or inoperable.

Hung Window

A window with a fixed upper sash and movable lower sash that slides vertically.

Sliding Window

Two or more sashes that slide horizontally past each other.

Shape Window

Circles, arches, curves, trapezoids, we can build almost any shape you can imagine.

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