The Builders FirstSource commitment to product expertise is second to none. We know the importance of accuracy and knowledge, especially when it comes to a product line as intricate as windows. The window specialists at Builders FirstSource are highly experienced and trained individuals. Residential, commercial, new construction or remodel – you can be assured that your Builders FirstSource representative will be with you throughout your project from start to finish.
All Builders FirstSource locations offer an experienced and resourceful sales team with product displays and samples. Several of our Oregon locations also feature window showrooms as a resource for our contractors and their homeowner clients.
Builders FirstSource offers a wide range of innovative, energy efficient and beautiful windows and patio doors for every budget and style. Whether you’re building a new home, remodeling, or replacing, you can trust we’ve chosen the brands that are built to perform in the Pacific Northwest climate, brands you can trust like PlyGem and Milgard.
Aluminum, vinyl, fiberglass, all wood, wood clad – you name it, we have it at Builders FirstSource. With so many product options available it can be difficult to choose the product that best fits your architecture, budget and performance needs. Our experienced Window Specialists provide meticulous attention to the details, helping you choose the product that fits the budget, function and style of your project.
Horizontal Sliding Windows
Horizontal sliding windows are a common style that is very easy to use. The sash slides either to the left or right, depending on where you wish to direct the air flow in the room. If you are considering larger window sizes, sliders are a good option.
Single Hung Windows
For single hung windows, the bottom sash slides up and down to open and close the window. The top sash stays in place and allows light to enter the home, but not air flow. Because they open vertically, they save space when the house exterior faces a patio or walking path.
Double Hung Windows
With double hung windows, both the top and bottom sash operate. They offer the same space saving convenience of a single hung window. They have an added bonus of being easy to clean because the sashes tilt inward. This can be helpful if the window is on a second story.
Casement windows offer an unobstructed view because there is no rail in the center. They have a hinge on one side and open outward with a crank style handle.
Awning windows have a sash that is hinged at the top and swings upward. Awning windows are typically smaller horizontal windows.
Picture windows provide an unobstructed view and plenty of natural light. However, they are fixed and do not open or close so they do not provide airflow into the home.