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Awning windows are incredibly easy to operate, making them an ideal option for hard-to-reach places like a stairwell or above the kitchen sink.Learn More About Awning Windows
Similar to bay windows, bow windows are designed to let sunlight in from several different angles simultaneously, making the room feel more spacious.
Learn More About Bay Windows
This simple yet effective design offers a number of benefits, including versatility when it comes to ventilation. They can be positioned to catch a breeze at pretty much any angle the wind is blowing.Learn More About Casement Windows
Featuring two moveable sashes, double hung windows provide a full range of operability. They’re easy to use, easy to clean, and built to be highly energy efficient.Learn More About Double Hung Windows
Most commonly seen above kitchen sinks, garden windows can also add much-needed shelf space to kitchens with limited storage and are a great way to add a creative, eye-catching architectural detail to your home.Learn More About Garden Windows
Often used in basements to bring in fresh air and sunlight, hopper windows feature an angled, tilt-in design that helps keep dirt and debris from blowing inside the home.Learn More About Hopper Windows
With no moving parts, picture windows provide an incredibly air-resistant barrier and are the most energy efficient of all window styles.Learn More About Picture Windows
With low-profile frames and wide, unobstructed glass panes, sliding windows offer crisp, clear views and their horizontal operation makes them an ideal choice for rooms with shorter walls.Learn More About Sliding Windows
A strategically placed specialty window is the perfect way to add your own personal touch to your home and make it uniquely yours.Learn More About Specialty Shape Windows
This convenient design allows you to vent where you need it the most.
Pick from custom colors, and grids to make your own stunning views.
Our custom windows create a beautiful focal point for your home while pouring natural light to brighten up the space.
Our casement windows are hinged from the side and open outward 90 degrees using a crank assembly.
Built with two moveable sashes, allowing cool air to enter and hot air escape creating a cross breeze effect in a single window.
Our double hung windows come with custom designs for grids internal or external, making them easy to clean.
Bringing the outdoors inside, garden windows create a chamber surrounded by 3 panes of glass providing sunlight ans well-ventilated spot for plants, usually located in the kitchens.
Hopper windows are hinged at the bottom and open inward, often used in basements to
bring in fresh air and sunlight. They tend to be smaller, being a lower security risk than the standard window.
Add style and substance with abundant light, spacious views and energy savings.
Horizontal slide offer durability, ventilation and easy to use.
Custom built for your space, we offer round, half-round, triangle, oval, arch and trapezoid.
Crafted using the latest developments in UV protection and heat gain reduction, our windows feature 11 microscopic layers of spectrally selective metal coatings that let in the natural light you want while filtering out ultraviolet rays and the heat that comes with them.
When it comes to windows, ENERGY STAR® is the new normal. But here at West Shore Home, we like to stay on the cutting edge. That’s why our windows are engineered to not only meet, but also surpass the most recent ENERGY STAR® requirements.
If you want to reduce your home’s carbon footprint, your windows are a great place to start. Designed and built for the eco-conscious consumer, our windows can lower your home’s CO2 output.
With innovative insulating spacers that regulate the surface temperature of the glass, our windows help your home maintain a constant temperature, which will keep you and your family warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.