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Custom Windows

Our custom windows are designed and engineered with the latest energy-efficient materials to ensure customers get the features, performances, and designs they want. We offer windows available in all sizes, styles, and designs that meet the Southern California windows and protect homes and businesses from the Californian weather conditions.

Our Types of Windows

Sliding Vinyl Repalcement Windows

One sash remains stable and other sash moves horizontally to the left or right along a track. Horizontal sliding windows are commonly designed with equal-sized sashes, but they can also have a larger fixed sash with a smaller movable sash.

The main advantage of horizontal sliding windows is their ease of operation. They provide a simple and convenient way to let fresh air into a room by sliding the movable sash open. They are also known for their wide and unobstructed views when the window is fully open. Sliding windows are often used in bedrooms, living rooms, offices, and other areas where a wider view and easy operation are desired.

Single Hung Windows

Single hung windows feature two vertically arranged sashes, top fixed sash, which does not move and movable bottom sash.

One of the key advantages of single hung windows is their simplicity and durability. They have fewer moving parts compared to other window types, such as double hung windows, which can contribute to their longevity and ease of maintenance. 

Single hung windows are also known for their classic and traditional appearance, making them a popular choice for many architectural styles. Additionally, single hung windows may be less expensive. Single hung windows are commonly used in residential homes, commercial buildings, and other structures. They offer a combination of functionality, aesthetics, and cost-effectiveness, making them a popular choice for many window installations.

Double Hung Windows

A double hung window consists of two vertically arranged sashes, or panels, where both the upper and lower sashes are operable or movable. This means that both sashes can be opened and closed independently, offering greater flexibility in terms of ventilation and cleaning.

Double hung windows are versatile and suitable for various architectural styles. They are commonly used in residential homes, commercial buildings, and historic renovations. Their timeless design and functionality make them a popular choice for many homeowners.

Picture Windows

Picture windows are large, fixed windows that are designed to provide expansive views of the surrounding environment. Unlike operable windows, picture windows do not open or close; they are stationary and remain fixed in place. They are often used as architectural focal points, allowing natural light to flood into a space and framing picturesque landscapes.

The defining feature of picture windows is their generous size and uninterrupted glass panels. These windows are typically larger than standard windows, spanning from floor to ceiling or covering a significant portion of a wall. The expansive glass area creates a seamless connection between the indoors and outdoors, bringing the beauty of nature into the living or working space.

Due to their fixed nature, picture windows offer excellent energy efficiency and insulation when properly installed and sealed. They are designed to minimize air leakage and enhance thermal performance, contributing to improved energy efficiency and reduced heating or cooling costs.

Casement Windows

Casement windows are a type of window that are hinged on the side and open outward like a door. This design allows for maximum ventilation and unobstructed views, as the entire window sash can be opened. Casement windows can be opened partially for controlled airflow or fully for easy cleaning and emergency egress.

The advantages of casement windows include excellent ventilation, enhanced energy efficiency, and a high level of security. When fully open, casement windows catch passing breezes effectively, creating a cross-ventilation effect that helps cool the room. When closed and locked, they form a tight seal against the frame, minimizing air leakage and reducing drafts. This contributes to improved energy efficiency and potential energy savings.