Tuscany® Series Vinyl Windows
Our top of the line vinyl window with premium features and traditional styling to make a lasting impression.
Elegant design with endless possibilities.
Why Tuscany® Series
Tuscany® Series premium vinyl windows can make a world of difference in your home. Milgard signature vinyl formula offers the performance and energy efficiency you want, coupled with equal sightlines and wider frame profile to mirror the look of a traditional wood window. The result is an elegant style that will beautify your home for years to come.
The award-winning SmartTouch® lock makes it easy to open and know when it is locked. Made for replacement window projects or home remodels.
Benefits of Tuscany® Series
Signature Vinyl Formula
Exterior Frame Colors
Durability & Energy Efficiency
Full Lifetime Warranty
Window Operating Styles
With Single Hung windows, the bottom sash moves up and down to let air flow into the room. They open and close easily. Single hung windows are a popular and classic style.
Horizontal slider windows open and close easily without protruding into exterior walkways. Horizontal sliders are one of the most common window styles seen in homes today.
Casement windows open like a door, being hinged on one side. They swing out wide for maximum ventilation. The low profile, folding nesting handle tucks away for a clean sight line. They open easily by turning the handle, making them a great choice over a kitchen sink. Casement windows open to the exterior of the home with a side hinge, similar to a door.
Awning windows are durable with clean lines and a modern look. This window hinges at the top and opens with a crank handle to ventilate your home without rain or leaves blowing in. Popular option in living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms.
Picture windows are stationary and do not open, helping you enjoy an unobstructed view. They can be used in combination with operable windows so you can take advantage of increased ventilation along with increasing daylight into your home.
Bay and Bow
Bay and Bow Windows are generally shown with one large unit in the center flanked by a smaller unit on either side that opens for ventilation.
Bay windows are three or more windows of varying widths that angle out from the wall and are commonly used for window seats and often have three separate panels.
Bow windows are four or more equal size panels that form a curved shape. Combine them with casements or single hung windows for increased daylight or ventilation.