Southeast Michigan homeowners who have Andersen windows are proud to tell their guests all about it.
“Yes! Those are Andersen windows. Don’t they make this house look amazing?”
DeYonker Window & Door of Rochester, Michigan is proud to be an Andersen window dealer and installer, and we have been making homeowners happy for more than 25 years.
Although choosing the brand is clearly easy, deciding on styles, designs, and functionality is tougher. We welcome local homeowners to visit our showroom to explore Andersen window styles, and we can help answer any questions you may have.
The 8 Basic Andersen Window Styles
Interior and exterior windows are commonly available in eight styles: awning, bay/bow, casement, gliding, pass-through, picture, specialty shapes, and single- and double-hung.
Awning windows are hinged on the top and open outward from the bottom, so they are perfect if you need ventilation on a rainy day. They are often placed on walls as a design element along with other windows.
Bow or Bay Windows
Three or more windows are combined to create bay windows, which angle out beyond the wall for a decorative appeal. The design adds space, particularly if you include a large window ledge, and it creates more light in your home.
Casement windows are hinged on the side and open outward to the left or right. They are common above kitchen sinks.
Gliding windows slide left or right to allow for full top to bottom ventilation. They are ideal for rooms that lead to walkways or decks. ]
Pass-through windows function differently depending on where they are located in your home and how you plan to use them. Gliding, lift-slide, and folding pass-through windows are among the possibilities. Pass-through windows are ideal for entertaining, such as for home bar settings and between kitchens and patios.
Picture windows add light to your home but do not open, which means they can be much larger than other windows. They are ideal for picturesque views of your property and to create a spacious, welcoming appeal to your southeast Michigan home.
Single-Hung and Double-Hung Windows
Single-hung and double-hung windows are among the most common windows in southeast Michigan homes. Single-hung windows open by lifting a lower sash, and double-hung windows slide up or down from the top or bottom.
See Styles of Windows in our Rochester Showroom
Andersen windows are among the most desirable due to their beauty, durability, energy-efficiency, and design possibilities.
Explore the window styles and see how they function by visiting our showroom. Call (248) 717-1451 today to make an appointment or to speak with one of our window installation professionals.