Different Types & Styles
At Red River Windows, our mission is always to help you make the right choice for your home, your family and your budget. To that end, we have virtually every style of window available, in any custom size you might need, with many features to choose from.
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Single Hung Windows
Classic, traditional windows. The lower sash slides vertically while the upper sash remains stationary.
Double Hung Windows
Popular in Victorian, Craftsman, and Colonial architecture, both sashes on double hung windows slide up and down vertically.
Open your home and bring the outside in with the addition of a bay window. The dramatic look creates a special nook and adds dimension to any room.
Picture windows are the most energy-efficient style available and are fixed with no moveable sash. A perfect choice to illuminate a room and provide an unobstructed view.
Sliding windows glide horizontally from side to side. Available in a two or three-lite configuration, the three-lite sliders have operable end vents.
Garden windows bring the outdoors in year-round and add much needed space and outdoor light to your kitchen.
A top-hinged window, also called an awning window, swings outward for ventilation. Create a striking look by using multiple awnings in both vertical and horizontal mulled configurations.
Geometric windows enhance any home with contemporary architecture.
These feature windows mulled at 10° angles, creating a rounded, more circular appearance than a bay window.
The casement window features a hinged sash that opens outward and provides optimum ventilation and a wide-open view. Casements are the second most energy-efficient style available for your home.
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We have answers on our frequently asked questions page.