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Windows are one of the most important components in your home. Our wide selection of standard and custom designed products are sure to give you the freedom to express your distinct vision with quality, craftsmanship and style. Our windows and patio doors are available in a wide selection of shapes, sizes and finishes. Each combines unforgettable quality and craftsmanship with all the latest options and energy conserving features. New construction or replacement, wood or vinyl, classic or contemporary, McCabe Lumber has them all.

Combination Doors or Windows
Combination doors or windows used over regular openings. They provide winter insulation and summer protection and often have self-storing or removable glass and screen inserts. This eliminates the need for handling a different unit each season.

Window Types
Bay Window: a window or series of windows projecting outward from the main wall forming a bay or alcove I na room within, especially one having its own foundation.

Bow Window: same as a bay window, except that the projection is circular.

Clerestory: a portion of an interior rising above adjacent rooftops and having windows admitting daylight to the interior.

Dormer: vertical window projecitng from a roof;

Fanlight: semicircular or semielloptical window over a doorway or another window.

Picture Window: A large, usually fixed single-pane window, placed to frame an attractive exterior view.

Sidelight: a window at the side of a door or another window.

Transom Window: window above the transom of a doorway. Transom is a crosspiece separating a doorway from a window or fanlight above it.


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