Openable Windows have their shutters hinged & can be operated both horizontally & vertically
They are designed in the same way as double-hung windows, but the sashes are installed horizontally instead of vertically. The two saches slide left and right.
Casement windows are the most popular type which use hinges. In this setup, the sash (or sashes, if there are two) is hinged on the side and swings open, like a door.
Combination window is a combination of casement, sliding & amp, fixed window or two windows of the same or different types. It is available in different size and designs.
It is a movable structure used to close off an entrance, typically consisting of a panel that swings on hinges. The casement doors work on inwards and outward opening mechanism.
It is a type of door which opens horizontally by sliding, usually parallel to a wall. Sliding doors can be mounted either on top of a track below or be suspended from a track.
Two adjoining doors that have glass panes from top to bottom and are hinged at opposite sides of a doorway so that they open in the middle.
Sliding & Folding
This unique system joins multiple door panels with a sliding and folding mechanism and delivers tremendous flexibility for large scale openings.
Tilt & Turn Windows
Tilt Turn window is a European-style window with two distinct functions: swing it in like door or tilt the top of the sash into your room for ventilation.
Usually operated with a handle at the bottom, top hung windows is the best choice for places in connection with a high knee wall.
It can be ducted horizontally, vertically, or even in-line with an available adapter.