Window styles are important when it comes to choosing windows for your home and can be the difference in making the windows an attractive architectural feature or not.
This section is designed to equip you with the basic information you need to make an informed decision.
New windows can provide convenient ventilation, ease of use, superior natural light and cleaning convenience not found in older windows.
Today, windows come in many shapes and sizes—rectangles, triangles, squares, octagons and even round. The more unique shaped windows usually don't open, but can provide a stylish design element and let light into the home.
Windows that open and allow ventilation come in these basic styles:
• Double or Single Hung windows
• Sliding windows
• Casement windows
• Awning windows
The window styles that are most appropriate for your project can depend on a number of factors and which are most important.
• How you operate the window—slide them up or down, left or right, or manually crank them out
• How much ventilation is needed
• What room are they being used in
• Which look best from the outside
• The location of the window and the amount of wall space available
• When code requires windows to be large enough for Egress
Ideally, the style of window should complement the design of your home whether you are remodeling or building new. If you are remodeling and have a home with double-hung windows, look for a
to blend with your existing architecture.
If you live in a contemporary home with casement windows, then stick with the same style when remodeling. If you plan to remodel in phases, select the style that works best when the project is finally completed.
Green Energy Windows typical window styles are available in
styles. A full custom made service is also available so you are only limited by your imagination.
One thing that you can be assured of is that Green Energy Windows only supply
double glazed or double pane windows
to help give maximum energy efficiency. All with a
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