Picture Windows

A very large fixed window in a wall, typically without glazing bars or glazed with only perfunctory glazing bars near the edge of the window. Picture windows are intended to provide an unimpeded view, as if framing a picture.

Picture windows are frequently combined with other windows that do open, such as sliders, single or double hung, or casement windows located on either or both sides of the picture window.

Standard Window Features

  • Picture windows have one glass panel that does not open, but that is designed for one purpose: to open your home up to the beauty of the outdoors. Picture windows are frequently combined with other windows that do open, such as sliders, single or double hung, or casement windows located on either or both sides of the picture window.
  • Since picture windows are frequently combined with other windows, our picture windows are available in Coronado, Catalina and Monterey styles. The Coronado style has a 3-1/4″ frame depth for maximum energy efficiency and maximum features. Both the Catalina and Monterey styles use a 2-7/8″ deep frame.

If you need some window ideas, we’ve put together a gallery of window inspirations: