Double Glazing: the glass panes themselves. Double glazed windows have two panes of glass with a space in between, which is usually filled with Argon or Krypton for superior efficiency.
Geometric windows: windows with panes that are cut into various shapes such as octagon, triangle, or trapezoid.
Glazing bead: a removable strip, made of plastic or wood, which is placed around the perimeter of each pane to hold the pane in place.
Greenhouse window: a window that projects outward from an exterior wall, with glazing on top and all sides, the bottom serving as a shelf. It can also include additional shelves.
Grille: a divider that allows one to remove the window panes for cleaning.
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