Fuse elegance with energy efficiency, in styles that beautifully complement your home. Window Traditions of Georgia brings you innovative and classic designs that open up worlds of possibilities.
Depending on your preferences, you can enjoy the warmth of wood combined with low- maintenance aluminum, vinyl and fiberglass exteriors. It all adds up to exceptional satisfaction and value.
Double hung windows offer the flexibility of two sashes that slide vertically, as well as the option of placing a screen on the exterior of the window frame. Ventilation is controlled from an opening equal to half the total glass dimension. Most of these windows tilt in for easy cleaning.
Casement windows feature a side hinge design that projects outward, providing better ventilation than sliding windows of similar size. Benefits of casement windows include: lower air leakage rates, a sash that closes by pressing against the frame, and interior screen placement.
Awning windows feature a top hinge and open outwards. Generally, this style of window provides for lower rates of air leakage because the sash closes by pressing against the window frame. Screens are placed on the inside of the frame.
Fixed windows are the most basic of styles. This term typically applies to windows that are inoperable or non-venting.
Bay windows are typically comprised of three or more windows. Uniquely, they feature side units that project from the exterior at 30-, 45- or 90- degree angles. Individual windows may remain stationary or operational. If desired, the center window may be stationary, and the side units operational.
Sliding windows permit both sashes to slide horizontally, while single-sliding windows permit only one sash to move. The ventilation area can be manipulated, and screens can be placed on the exterior of the unit.