Specialty windows are available exclusively for the exterior of your home or can work in combination with your existing windows. Pella's specialty windows are available with different options and features, including EnduraClad aluminum cladding for low-maintenance windows and Seacoast EnduraClad for coastal projects. Specialty windows are durable and offer a wide variety of colors and grille styles. Each type comes with a special warranty to protect your investment.
There are seven common types of specialty windows. Each has its own appearance and operation style. Seven of these types of windows are popular in Europe and other countries, but are less common in the U.S., which makes them perfect for adding a unique touch to your home. The first type, the push-out casement, is operated by a handle instead of hinge cranks. This style is best suited for homes with narrow ceilings and limited space.
The specialty window comes in many shapes, such as diamond, rectangle, hexagon, or square. Whether you choose a traditional shaped or square specialty window, it will add style and flair to any home. While they do not open like picture windows, they can be joined to other styles of windows for a unique display. The best thing about specialty windows is that they can be customized to fit any room. You can even order custom window shapes.
Specialty windows combine a high standard of design and cutting-edge engineering. They create well-lit, spacious living areas, and create a connection between indoor and outdoor living. With hundreds of shapes and materials to choose from, specialty windows can add a personal touch to your home. It's important to understand the material used for specialty windows before making the final decision. It is also important to understand that these windows are made to last for decades, so be sure to choose one that will stand up to the test of time.
Another specialty window series you can choose from is the Andersen 850 series. These windows feature a wood interior and are protected by a vinyl, fiberglass, or Fibrex(r) exterior. The 850 series is the most versatile, with more than 50 different color combinations. Moreover, the interior is stainable and the exterior features clean corners. The Andersen 850 series is also available in many different shapes and sizes, so you can choose a window according to your preference.
Renewal by Andersen specialty windows have different types of glass, including Low-E4 glass, SmartSun glass, and more. In addition, specialty windows can come in various sizes and can be combined with other windows. They are crafted from a high-quality material that is sturdy enough to hold a heavy glass. They are also energy-efficient and protect the interior decor from fading. The Renewal by Andersen Fibrex window frame material is also designed to hold the heavy glass.
Another specialty window option is a picture specialty window. These aren't square or rectangular, but instead come in hundreds of geometric shapes. The design possibilities are virtually endless. While most custom-built picture specialty shape windows are stationary, some are combined with operating sashes. Marvin offers operating sashes in different shapes, including trapezoids, circles, and triangles. These windows invite expansive views and a high level of natural light.
The E-Series is another option. This type of specialty window is made with an aluminum exterior and wood interior. It is cost-effective and durable, and it offers options with low-E4 glass to control energy costs. Majesty Wood specialty windows have a wood interior. The E-Series and Majesty Wood specialty windows are wood interiors. You can also choose the type of glass you prefer. They come in many colors and materials.
Casement windows open with a turn of a handle or a gentle push. They are a classic choice with a classic look and easy-to-use hardware. They can be designed to blend in with any style of home. A casement window with a wide wood sash frame will complement narrower windows. However, if you are looking for an old-fashioned look for your home, a French casement window is the perfect choice.