Our Bubble window well covers are fabricated of the same high quality polycarbonate that we use on our custom window well covers! Call us for a full range of sizes. High Quality Bubble Window Well Covers. Bubble Domes are commonly the first style of cover most people think of when they think of the phrase “window well covers”.
We have basement windows that can be used for new construction or replacements and are Energy Star rated. The sash and screen are inside the frame for one step installation. The great advantage to In-Swing Windows is that they swing into the home, so they cannot be impeded by any obstruction in your window well, like ice and snow.
A bay window has three openings, available in angled projections. A bow window usually has four or five. A bay window's overall structure consists of a picture window with two other windows, usually smaller, on either side. A bow window's structure is curved, creating a rounded appearance on the outside of the home.
Casement Window. Virtually maintenance-free aluminum exterior to resist water and stand up to the elements; Made to order in virtually any shape or size, in nearly any color, interior wood species or finish; Offers the latest in window technology, including VeriLock® wireless security sensors; Standard sizes up to 3' wide and 6' high.
Basement Window Replacement Options. Several homeowners will find quite a few varieties and options for basement replacement windows. Slider Windows. The slider windows operate in both sides and it is the choice of the homeowner to decide which side he/she needs to operate. Advantages: Slider windows are energy efficient.
Projection windows extend out from the house. A bow window is an assembly of three or more individual units positioned at slight angles — 10 degrees, for example — giving the appearance of a gentle outward arc. Bay windows are similar, but fit together at greater angles — 30 or 45 degrees, for example — and project further from the house.
Double-hung windows have two operating sash that move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both. Single-hung windows have only a lower operating sash for ventilation. In either case because the sash do not open outward they are an excellent choice for rooms that face walkways, porches or decks.