Awning windows pivot at the top and may have outward or inward-swinging sash; the most common is the outward-swinging sash. Awning windows are usually operated with a roto-gear or push-out lever so that the window can be adjusted to keep out rain but let in fresh air. This window type provides up to 50% ventilation area, as the hardware does not allow them to be fully opened.
Casement windows swing outward on side hinges. These windows can be hinged left or hinged right (as viewed from the outside) and are operated with a roto- gear and crank. Casement windows provide almost 100% ventilation area, because they can be fully opened and the out-swinging sash can direct plenty of air into the building.
Picture windows are fixed windows that do not open. They are used to let in a lot of light and to take advantage of a view. Picture windows are often used in combination with operating windows.
SINGLE TILT SLIDER
These windows have sash that slide horizontally. Single sliders have one fixed sash, while double sliders have two movable sash. Most horizontal sliders have at least one removable sash.
DOUBLE TILT SLIDER
These windows have sash that slide horizontally. Double sliders have two movable sash.
SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS
A single hung window is a vertical slider in which the top pane of glass is fixed and the bottom sash moves. In some designs, the sash tilts in for ease of cleaning.
DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS
Double hung windows are similar to single hung windows, except that both sash move and are controlled by a balancing mechanism so the sash do not fall down when raised.
Bays windows projects outward from a building wall. A bay window has a fixed centre window parallel to the wall flanked by two operating windows (casement or double hung windows) attached at an angle (usually 45°).
Bow windows have more than three sections set at gentle angles (usually 10°) that give the window a curved appearance (like a bow).
Arched windows have rounded tops that add an architectural design to any home. The average cost for arched window installation is around $325 to $500 per window. Most arched windows do not open or close and are often installed above standard windows that provide ventilation. Some arched windows can open the same way a casement window does.
There are many shapes of windows now in use, including circles, half rounds, octagons, fans, and many other geometric shapes. These geometric shapes can be used alone or in combination with other windows. Custom windows can give a curved appearance to a building or can simply add charm and character to a room.
Garden windows look a bit like bay windows and the two are often mixed up as a result. The most obvious difference is how people use them. Garden windows are often furnished with plants, herbs, and flowers. But there is an aesthetic difference. Garden windows take on a different shape to their bay window cousins. Garden windows angle at 90-degrees to make a box-like shape. Garden windows aren’t usually as large as bay windows. Whereas bay windows can be large enough to sit in, garden windows have space only for plants and flowers.
Welda Super Saver Windows
1 3/8 TRIPLE GLAZE
Welda has once again raised the bar with our re-engineered 1 3/8 Triple Glaze Window, the highest standard in triple glaze windows. The Cardinal sealed unit can achieve an industry record of R-9.4 R-Value. The 1 3/8 Triple Glaze Window is built for any climate keeping your home warm in the harshest of winters and cool in the hottest of summers. the 1 3/8 Triple Glaze Window’s frame is specifically engineered to handle the extra weight load of triple glaze sealed unit by having load bearing areas reinforced with thicker profile walls and fiberglass inserts.
Premium Vinyl Construction
Welda’s Super Saver Series is constructed from the highest: quality, un-plasticized, lead-free PVC, expertly compounded and extruded directly from a 100% pure powder. Impact tested constantly, these windows set the new standard. They are UV resistant and will not fade, discolour, warp, crack or peel. Welda ensures chat virtually 100% of waste material used in fabrication is recycled for use in non-window products.
CARDINAL I.G. (Insulated Glass)
The desiccant filled warm edge spacer has patented infrared applied white polyester interface for the greatest thermal efficiency. Dual sealed with PIB and high modulus silicone. The most reliable sealed unit in the world.
Acrylic Glazing Technology
This new standard ASTM approved acrylic system is found only in higher quality windows. With no unattractive rubber strips all over the window, advanced technology securely bonds the Cardinal I.G. sealed unit to the sash. Aside from a far more attractive look inside and out, common glass slippage and sash pull-off problems with regular vinyl windows are a thing of the past. With no rubber strips exposed to the sun’s destructive UV rays, leak proof performance is guaranteed for life. The new and highest standard in glazing technology.
Truth™ "Maxim" Heavy Duty Hardware
Welda’s Super Saver Series casements use 100% Truth quality hardware components completely backed by an industry leading Non-pro-rated Lifetime Warranty. Featured above is the Fold-in operator.
Specially engineered fiberglass reinforcement enhances the window’s thermal efficiency and over all structural integrity. Manufactured through the use of a Pultrusion Process the fiberglass inserts are lighter and stronger than steel as well as non-corrosive and non-thermally conductive insuring very long lasting product performance.
Multiple-Chamber Frames & Sashes
Welda’s Super Saver Series feature multiple-chamber frames and sashes, which ensure greater thermal efficiency keeping homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer and with excellent sound proofing for a more peaceful environment.
Fusion Welded Corners
The insure increased overall strength, all frame and sash corners are fusion welded throughout the full profile. These windows uniquely leave no vulnerable rubber seals exposed.