Garden windows are designed with similar concept as that of greenhouse glass designs. This makes the shelf-space they provide ideal for growing plants and flowers inside the home. It is common to find a garden window installed in the kitchen of many homes where herbs can be conveniently grown and plucked out for cooking. However, it can also be installed practically in any part of the house, even in your bathroom or any other part of the house where light is very much appreaciated. With a garden window, you can have your mini-garden indoors and at the same time, you have a clear view of your outdoor setting. For ventilation, you can easily turn a handle to let the cool breeze inside your home.

  • 7/8” insulated glass

  • Intercept spacer system

  • Fusion welded frames and sashes

  • All windows double strength glass

  • Full 3 ¼” frame thickness

  • Electrostatic coated fiber glass screens

  • Ultra & Solar Ultra Low E glass with Argon gas

  • Triple Pane w/Dbl Low-E coats

  • Self Cleaning Glass

  • Foam Filled Sashes

  • Wood Grain Laminates (on certain models)

  • Full screen

  • Grids-contoured and flat

  • Obscure glass

  • Tempered glass

  • Tinting (limited factory tint available)


To take full advantage of your garden window, it is best to have one made of vinyl. Not only will the material work well with all types of homes, whether classic or modern, it is also very durable and will last for a very long time. In addition, vinyl is energy efficient and can help you reduce your heating and cooling bills. Plus, it is low on maintenance. With our wide array of styles, colors, and other options, you will surely get the garden window that best fits your home.



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