Types of Windows

MIWD Awning Window Fixed Win­dows
Fixed win­dows are just what one might assume – fixed in place. They do not open, but still pro­vide unique char­ac­ter to any home.  These win­dows come in a vari­ety of shapes and grids can be added for fur­ther cus­tomiza­tion. 
MIWD Awning Window Awning Win­dows
These strong win­dows will improve any home’s appear­ance.  Awning win­dows cre­ate ven­ti­la­tion in any type of weath­er, as the win­dow tilts open at the bot­tom.  The stur­dy met­al roto gear cre­ates easy open­ing and clos­ing.
MIWD - Basement Window Bow/Bay Win­dows
Bow/Bay win­dows cap­ture the world out­side your home, as they expand the view from any liv­ing or din­ing room.  These beau­ti­ful win­dows will bring plen­ty of light into a room, bright­en­ing up your home.
MIWD Casement Windows Case­ment Win­dows
Case­ment win­dows have a met­al gear that opens the win­dows com­plete­ly out­ward, allow­ing com­plete ven­ti­la­tion.  This is a great win­dow for catch­ing breezes.  Mul­ti­ple grid and col­or options are avail­able to improve your home’s appear­ance.
MIWD Double Hung Dou­ble Hung Win­dow
A type of win­dow that has an upper (out­side) sash that slides down and a low­er (inside) sash that slides up.  It is a ver­ti­cal oper­at­ing win­dow.
MIWD - Single Hung Window Sin­gle Hung Win­dow
The sin­gle hung win­dow fea­tures a sta­tion­ary top and a mov­able bot­tom half.  One or more lock­ing devices are fur­nished to secure the sash in the closed posi­tion.
MIWD - Sliding Windows Slid­ing Win­dows
Slid­ing win­dows open hor­i­zon­tal­ly and they are latched at the mid­dle of the two win­dows, cre­at­ing a tighter seal for the win­dow.  Mul­ti­ple glass and grid options are avail­able.