4 Replacement Window Styles for a Better New YearDecember 04, 2014
You may want to begin the coming year with a set of resolutions or cross out some activities from your bucket list. 2015 may be a great year for you to do the things that you’ve been putting off for quite some time. You may also consider improving your home to bring in some good vibes.
To brighten up your living space, think about getting new windows in Milwaukee WI. Options available today may enhance your home’s ambiance and curb appeal. They may also help improve the energy efficiency of your house. To help you, we at Renewal by Andersen of Milwaukee listed the topfour window styles you can consider:
Bow & Bay Windows: Each of these window styles can give a room additional space, as they protrude outside the wall. You can use the extra space as a reading or breakfast nook by having a bench or day bed constructed beside it.
Picture Window: This type of stationary window can bring the scenic view of the outdoors into your home. With its expansive glass surface, it lets in greater amount of natural light, which can help you save on lighting costs.
Casement Window: This window offers aclear view and lets natural light into a room. With a hinge on its right or left side, a casement window operates outward. Its broad extension provides exceptional ventilation when opened. Moreover, the weatherstripping keeps wind, water, and dust out.
Specialty Windows: These are non-operational windows that are available in various shapes, such as circle, half and quarter rounds, arch, hexagon, octagon, triangle, pentagon, gothic, trapezoid, and diamond. This type of window makes an eye-catching addition to any room and is better combined with operational windows.
All of these windows’ frames are made from Fibrex®, a durable frame material that doesn’t rot, allowing you to enjoy beautiful windows for years. They also come with High-Performance™ Low-E4® panes that help control heat transfer both in cool and hot climates. Any of these window styles can help you save on energy costs.
To help you choose replacement windows for the coming year, contact a professional windows contractor in Milwaukee, such as Renewal by Andersen of Milwaukee. We are the exclusive provider of Renewal by Andersen windows in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, including surrounding areas such as Waukesha, Kenosha, and Racine. Call us today and we’ll be glad to help you achieve a better home with our replacement windows this coming New Year.