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WINDOWS

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SINGLE-HUNG WINDOWS

This window opens with the lower sash sliding vertically while the upper sash remains stationary.

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AWNING WINDOWS

Awning windows are hinged at the top and swing outward from the bottom in an easy turn of the handle. ​ Choose Storm King's awning windows for better energy performance, simpler multi-lite configurations, installation flexibility and superior air and water tightness for increased comfort and longevity.

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CASEMENT WINDOWS

Hinged at the side, casement windows swing outward with the easy turn of a handle placed near the bottom center of the window. ​Choose Storm King's casement windows for better energy performance, simpler multi-lite configurations, installation flexibility and superior air and water tightness for increased comfort and longevity.

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TILT-TURN WINDOWS

In the tilt position, the window opens at the top with hinges at the bottom. In the turn position, the hinges are on the side and opens by swinging inward.​ Choose Storm King's casement windows for better energy performance, simpler multi-lite configurations, installation flexibility and superior air and water tightness for increased comfort and longevity.

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SLIDING WINDOWS

Sashes are side-by-side with one sash sliding open horizontally while the other remains stationary. ​ Choose Storm King's slider windows for better energy performance, simpler multi-lite configurations, installation flexibility and superior air and water tightness for increased comfort and longevity. 

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PICTURE/ FIXED WINDOWS

Picture or fixed windows are non-operational, featuring a sealed unit glazed directly into a low profile frame. This style is ideal for areas where maximized glass surface and an unobstructed view are desired. They can be customized to match adjacent operational windows. 

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