Garden Windows

Garden replacement vinyl windows in Austin TX are designed with four separate windows that are joined together to form a beautiful design. Because of the way they’re designed, these replacement windows allow lots of natural light in which is needed to nourish plants GardenOutsideand flowers that are grown inside the house. This is the main reason why they’re called garden windows.

Garden replacement windows are designed to slightly outward from the wall of a house so that more sunlight can go in. Garden windows were designed to have a similar structure to that of bay windows. They are however, smaller in size. To be a garden window, a replacement window needs to consist of glass on all its sides except for the one situated at the bottom where houseplants are going to be placed.

Aside from having a similar look and design to that of bay windows, garden windows also have the same concept as that of greenhouse glass designs. A greenhouse is primarily intended to capture energy from the sun using glass or other types of products. Garden windows are designed to let people bring home the same type of technology that’s used in greenhouses. Even though you can grow houseplants on almost any type of window, garden windows are the best choice for the job because they have more room where you can place a good number of houseplants.

To properly preserve garden windows for a long time, it’s advisable that you only clean them using a warm soapy water solution instead of harsh chemicals or abrasive materials.



  • 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



  • Triple Pane
  • Self Cleaning Glass
  • Wood Grain Laminates (on certain models)
  • Full screen
  • Grids-contoured and flat
  • Obscure glass
  • Tempered glass
  • Tinting (limited factory tint available)
Color and Laminate Option from Zen Windows



Take a closer look at the color,
woodgrain and grid options for
replacement windows here.