Wood Windows and Doors San Pablo,CA
Single hung windows have a single frame and two sashes, one fixed and one that slides up and down. Although most homeowners prefer double-hung windows with two operating sashes, single hungs are a beautiful, more practical choice for some homes. Single-hung windows are ideal for homeowners who prefer this operating style, because they will enhance the beauty of any home ‒ yet are built to provide decades of thermal efficiency, security, durability, and easy operation. Half screens are available.
Double hung windows have a single frame and two operable sashes which slide up and down vertically to open. Double-hung windows are ideal for homeowners who prefer this operating style, because they will enhance the beauty of any home ‒ yet are built to provide decades of thermal efficiency, security, durability, and easy operation. Half and full screen options are available.
Casement windows are hinged one side of the frame and open using a crank handle to swing the window out from your house. The windows can be made to open either left or right. Awning style casement products open from the bottom. These windows have full screens.
Picture windows have non-operating fixed window products. They have a frame and a fixed sash. Picture windows are often configured in multi-lite units with either Double Hung or Casement flankers.
Bay windows are built into a box that projects outward from the home. Bay windows have a large picture window in the middle and either Casement or Double Hung style flankers. Bow windows are made up of multiple casement window that form a curved bow like shape. There are many bay window configurations available.
Bow windows are built into a box that projects outward from the home. Bay windows have a large picture window in the middle and either Casement or Double Hung style flankers. Bow windows are made up of multiple casement window that form a curved bow like shape. There are many bow window configurations available.
Slider windows are mechanically quite simple, consisting of side-by-side windows that slide horizontally along the top and bottom tracks. In some styles, both windows slide, while in other styles one window is fixed while the other moves side to side. Uses: Slider windows are popular in mid-century modern homes styles (they were popular in new construction during the 1950s and 60s. Sliders are a good choice when you need to constantly open and close windows.
Garden windows add up to twice the natural light to any room in your home creating panoramic views of your yard and garden. Enjoy your favorite plants conveniently at your fingertips. Grow fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers all year long. Expand your kitchen counters and work space.
Awning windows are hinged on top and open outward, enabling ventilation without letting in rain or falling leaves. Screens are on the inside of the window, where they're more protected from the elements. Awning windows are often used for basements because they can be placed high on the wall and easily operate with a turn of the handle. They are a great choice to pair with non-operable windows, such as above or below a picture window, since awning windows are generally smaller in size than double hungs, casements or sliders.
WindowsSpecialty Geometric window are stationary windows that are cut into ovals, octagons, triangles, circles, and many other specialty shapes, all custom built to fit your home’s uniquely shaped openings perfectly. Whether you need a stand-alone shape, or want to use a special shape in combination with another window style, we can design a window that meets your specifications. We offer practically any shape you can imagine, from circle-tops to pentagons to octagons and much more.
Hopper windows are hinged on bottom and open outward, remaining popular today for small spaces such as basement rooms and small bathrooms. Because a hopper window opens completely, unlike a slider or double-hung that only opens half-way, it is able to allow more air ventilation.
Decorative and Stained Glass
Wood Windows and Doors Corp has a supplier who owns an art glass studio where it creates custom classic and modern decorative and stained glass for homes, businesses and places of worship. Our stained glass is used in windows and doors, and designed according to your artistic vision or specifications. If you have traveled through The Bay Area you are sure to have seen one of our stained glass window installations in a church, restaurant, bar, office building or maybe even your own kitchen. Typical decorative and stained glass installations include: foyers, family rooms, finished basements, kitchen cabinets, bars, restaurants, commercial and retail buildings, office complexes and religious institutions.
At Wood Windows and Doors we manufacture Custom High End Quality Wood Windows and Doors.
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