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Windows provide you with a gateway to the outside. They enable you to see the beauty of the changing seasons and everything going on in the world around you. However, if you don't make sure your windows are in optimal condition, they won't be able to do their job adequately. Over time, windows can end up cracking and sagging, allowing air to move freely through them. This can cause your energy bills to soar out of control as well as bring down the aesthetic qualities of your home.

Our team at Green Home Technologies will take the time to address your window remodeling needs promptly and effectively. We are able to install windows for any type of home, producing both aesthetic appeal as well as energy-efficiency. With the help of CaliforniaFIRST, you can take advantage of amazing financing offers that can provide exactly what you are looking for. It has never been as simple as it is now to install energy-efficient windows in your home that look as pleasing as they perform.

If you would like to optimize the design and efficiency of your windows, Green Home Technologies is there for you. We will work with you to come up with a solution aimed at saving you money and improving the aesthetic appeal of your home. To learn more, contact one of our licensed home remodeling specialists today to schedule your consultation. We're here to help make your home as efficient as possible.

Types of Windows and Operating Styles

Awning Windows

With an awning window, the sash is hinged at the top and swings outward. This allows air to flow into the home with side to side ventilation, while helping also to keep the rain out. This style of window tends to be smaller in size and is often wider than it is tall.


Horizontal Sliders

Horizontal sliding windows are a common style and are easy to use. The sash slides either to the left or right, depending on where you wish to direct the air flow in the room. Sliders make a good option for larger window sizes and help control air circulation.


Single Hung Windows

For single hung windows, the bottom sash slides up and down, opening and closing the window. The top sash stays in place and allows light to enter the home, but not air flow. Single hung windows save space when the exterior faces a patio or walking path.


Double Hung Windows

With double hung windows, both the top and bottom sash are operable. They're easy to clean because the sashes tilt inward, which may be important if your window isn't on the first floor. They also offer the space-saving convenience of a single hung window.


Casement Windows

Casement windows have a hinge on one side and open outwardly by rotating a crank-style handle. Because they open like a door, they allow maximum ventilation into the home. They also provide an unobstructed view, very similar to a picture window.


Picture Windows

Picture windows provide an unobstructed view to the outside for maximum daylighting. They remain firmly in place and do not open, making them an ideal option for rooms which are intended to project more natural daylight in the form of various shapes.


Bay Windows

Bay windows are a combination of three windows protruding out from the home for a stylistic touch. Generally one large fixed panel is in the center, flanked by two smaller side lights that open for ventilation. It's common to see a window seat on the inside.


Bow Windows

Bow windows are a combination of four or more windows similar in width, joined at equal angels to create an arched curve. The repetitive shape provides a distinct symmetrical effect which organically adds extra space to the inside of a room.


Radius Windows

Radius windows have an arched top and a rectangular bottom. The curve can be subtle or more rounded like a half-circle. Arch-shaped windows bring softness to a room and juxtapose the straight corners of the windows for a contrasting effect.


Jalousie Windows

Jalousie, or louvre windows, are made of horizontal glass slats that operate much like a blind or a shutter. They open in unison to different angles letting in light or air, but prevent rain from entering the home. This window option is only available in Hawaii.


Garden Windows

Garden windows extend out from the house with a box-like frame and generally have an interior shelf for plants and herbs. Side panels offer interior ventilation. This window model is not intended for areas with sidewalks, patios, or other exterior features.


Beautify your home

Your window selection serves to characterize the style and functionality of your home.There are many types of windows, each with their own structural advantages. Allow Green Home Technologies to help install the perfect windows for your home.