Many Window Styles to Choose
Bow window installation isn’t your only option with Victory. Our window experts also install and replace double-hung, single-hung, sliding, bay, and casement windows.
Double hung is the most popular residential window style in the U.S. These windows have top and bottom sashes that move up and down on their own and can be angled inward for easy cleaning.
The single-hung configuration looks just like double-hung but has only one operable sash. Single-hung windows are cheaper but not as easy to clean and so are generally reserved for the first level of a home.
Sliding windows or sliders are horizontal windows that are installed on a track so that you can slide them open and closed. These windows are easy to use, don’t require much space, and let in a lot of air.
Bay windows extend out from the home and are typically made up of three smaller windows. There are many design possibilities, but a picture window bookended by casement or hung windows is common.
A casement window is a hinged window that cranks open like a door to either the left or right depending on the orientation of the hinge. This window style is a great choice to maximize natural ventilation.
Victory installs all manner of residential windows, including those that are custom-made for a particular home. Other options include awning, garden, geometric, hopper, and picture windows.