Popular window styles
Side openers and Top openers (and a mixture of both) Casement windows
This are pretty self explanatory - one opens at the side the other from the top. They open outwards
Tilt n Turn
This windows have a single handle, but have two opening options. The window tilts inwards to allow ventilation through the top of the window, whilst also giving the option of an inward opening window - great if you have limited outside space. This also enables easy cleaning.
These windows can open from the top and bottom - either both panels slide up and down or open panel can be fixed.
Much the same as French Doors this style enables the entire window to be opened with a floating Mullion. So you can have two side opening windows without a divide in the middle - these are particularly useful when ensuring you have an adequate means of escape.
Sidelights normally found either one side or both sides of a door and a top light can be above. This can be fixed or have openers (or a combination of both)
The same principle as a set of patio doors but in a smaller form
Comes out from the main walls of the building with brickwork down to the floor
Same as Bay but without the brickwork to the floor