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Casement Windows

Casement windows are easily opened with a crank outwards to the left or the right. This style of window provides open views and full ventilation. Casements also deliver superior energy efficiency and weather resistance.


What are the key benefits of casement windows?

Casement windows are ideal for hard to reach places. For example, behind a kitchen sink. Other benefits include the incredibly easy to open crank system, ideal for older adults who could struggle with lifting or sliding a window. Casement windows are also incredibly energy efficient.


What home style is best suited for casement windows?

Casement windows are best suited for modern home styles such as mid-century modern, prairie, tudor, ranch or art deco. Depending on the style of your home, casement windows can be customized with hardware and grid options.



Double Hung Windows

Double hung windows, our most popular window style, are preferred by many homeowners because they are so easy to clean due to an inward tilting sash. The double hung window can be opened by lowering the top or raising the bottom sash.

What are the key benefits of double hung windows?

Double hung windows offer optimal airflow options because they open from the bottom up or from the top down. The sash tilts inward meaning you can easily clean both sides of the window without stepping outside.

What home style is best suited for double hung windows?

Double hung windows are perfect for most traditional American homes including: cape cods, colonials, victorians, craftsman homes, ranch homes, cottages, farmhouses, or tudors. Depending on the style of your home, consider a grid pattern for your double hung windows, which would give them an added custom touch and the opportunity to completely transform your home’s curb appeal. For examples, browse our photo gallery and search double hung under window style.


End Vent Windows

End Vent windows can be opened, and cast light into otherwise dark areas of the home and are the ideal complement to a larger set of windows. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, end vent windows are also extremely energy efficient. A normal configuration is to have end vent slider at each end of a picture window.






Picture windows

Picture windows can’t be opened, but cast light into otherwise dark areas of the home and are the ideal complement to a larger set of windows. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, picture windows are also extremely energy efficient.

What are the key benefits of picture windows?

Picture windows have many utilities. They can be used to illuminate areas like an attic, garage or stairway where a window that opens isn’t necessary. Or, picture windows can accent a larger spread of casement or double hung windows to add more height in a larger space. Above all, picture windows are a favorite because of their energy efficiency.


Geometric Windows

Available in a variety of geometric shape and colors, specialty windows add instant character to your home. Use these windows to create a focal point in your home or add more light to an area.

What are the key benefits of geometric windows?

Geometric windows are staples in an architect’s toolbox to add character into a space. From half rounds to gothic windows, geometric windows can add subtle detail or make a huge impact and transform a space. Because they don’t open, geometric windows are incredibly energy efficient.


What is turtle glass?

Turtle glass is glass that has been tinted to reduce light projection and has a visible light transmittance of 45% or less.

Why is turtle glass required in certain areas?

In 1993, the Florida Department of Natural Resources adopted the Model Lighting Ordinance for Marine Turtle Protection, which requires local municipalities to develop guidelines for controlling beachfront lighting and protecting the habitat of marine turtles. Beachfront residents and businesses are required to close their blinds or drapes and limit outside lights after 9 p.m. during sea turtle nesting season. Turtle glass is the perfect alternative – limiting light but still allowing residents to protect their view.

What is Simonton doing to protect sea turtles?

Simonton Windows & Doors Stormbreaker Plus Series ProSolar Turtle Glass protects both your coastal home and turtle nesting grounds. This innovative glass delivers superior energy efficient, glare resistance and meets turtle code requirements along the coast.



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