The 2 panel slider window is the most common type of sliding window It has two panels, one or both of which slide left and right to allow ventilation into the room.


The price is moderate.

Easy to install.

Low maintenance.

Suitable for narrow external space.

Complement classic and modern architecture.

High efficiency and energy saving.



This type of sliding window is wider than the 2 panel slider, so it provides a more panoramic view of the exterior The three panel slider secures the middle panel, while the other two side panels slide into the middle to open and close the window.

Merits and Demerits:

In addition to more spacious space, it also has the same advantages and disadvantages as the 2-panel slider, such as low maintenance cost, durability and moderate price.

Tilt And Turn Window

The hopper window is a single casement window that can be opened by tilting the house vertically inward,It is also called the tilt window, The hopper is usually a horizontal rectangle hinged at the bottom, which allows the tilt of the window to open from the top.


Easy to access and operate.

High efficiency and energy saving.

Excellent insulation

Because it opens inward, it is very suitable for narrow external space.

Easy and low maintenance.


Tends to restrict room space (open inward).

Possibility of water ingress.

Limit privacy.


A top hung window is also known as awning window which is used for ventilation, and usually used in kitchens to increase the brightness by letting the light in and it also acts as a barrier against dust and pollution due to the double sealing with TPV gaskets for enhanced thermal and sound insulation


Save energy.

Provide good insulation.

Prevent snow and rain from entering the room.


Difficult to clean the outside of the window glass


A casement window is, in essence, a window that has a single panel or sash. That panel is attached to an external frame with the help of one or more hinges on one side. Such a window can open either inwards or outwards. These windows offer a clear and unobstructed view of the outside world when opened. Casement windows can be availed in a number of designs such as side hung and top hung


Good ventilation.

Easy and low maintenance.

Good insulation quality.

There are various designs, sizes and materials.


Single hung window is a classic and very common design It operates with the bottom window frame manipulated Since this type of window does not open outwards, it is an ideal choice for small spaces such as windows facing paths, streets, and other narrow spaces.


Simple installation

Very suitable for narrow external space


Easily match any home design

Energy saving (less heat loss)


Since only the lower lockers are available, such windows require you to clean them from the outside.

Can limit ventilation


Because of its practicability and function, double hung window type has become the most common window type in residential houses.


It’s very easy to have, and there are many designs and constructions that match every architectural design.

Easy to maintain because the upper and lower lockers can be manipulated to allow internal ventilation.

Like the single hung window type, it is very suitable for narrow external space.

The price is moderate.

High efficiency and energy saving


Limited ventilation.

Depending on the material and function, this type of window is not as airtight as other window types on the market.


A jalousie window is a window composed of parallel glass, acrylic, or wooden louvres set in a frame. The louvres are joined onto a track so that they may be tilted open and shut in unison to control airflow, usually by turning a crank


Provide proper ventilation

Free design

The sloping design maintains airflow during storms and rainy seasons.

Disadvantage: less secure than other window types


Arched windows are common in Roman architecture, but their eternal beauty provides a unique appearance for modern architecture Despite the small amount of maintenance, it can improve the containment appeal of your house’s exterior.

Provide unique architectural interests

Easy maintenance

Multifunctional design


No ventilation

Not ideal escape route in case of emergency