If you’re looking for a way to enhance the look of your home, improve indoor comfort, and increase your home’s energy efficiency, consider having your windows replaced. There are many different styles and materials to use for your new replacement windows. Let’s take a look at some of the replacement windows you may consider for different rooms in your home.
Double-hung windows are the perfect standard window for any room in your home. These windows have the classic look of traditional single-hung windows with the added flexibility of being able to move both sashes, which also tilt in for easy cleaning.
If you’re looking for a bolder visual effect, consider a bay or bow window for your home. These windows protrude from the home to provide additional surface area, as well as additional natural lighting. Bay windows are typically made from three different windows, but larger bay windows are also possible.
For extra privacy, consider an awning or casement window for your bathroom or bedroom. These windows tilt outwards instead of sliding up and down for great ventilation without complete exposure to the outdoors.
In addition to picking the perfect window styles for your home, you should also carefully consider different replacement window material.
Aluminum replacement windows are typically low-cost and easy to maintain. However, they might not provide the ideal amount of insulation in harsh climates.
Wood replacement windows are the traditional material of choice because they look great and provide excellent insulation. However, they typically require some maintenance including regular painting or sealing.
Recently popular among homeowners, vinyl replacement windows combine the affordability of aluminum windows with high-quality insulation available from wood windows. They’re also easy to clean and maintain.
For more information on choosing replacement windows for your home, contact the replacement window experts at Home, Door, and Window Products. Call (248) 850-2101 to learn more about our replacement window services.