New window installation can complement and enhance any style of home from traditional to contemporary. With a wide selection of styles and options to choose from, from various manufactures the options are endless. A few simple changes can completely modify the interior and exterior accents of your home giving a fresh new look to any project.
Many homeowners look into replacing their windows to improve energy efficiency since heating and cooling your home can be a large expense. New and replacement window installation can provide UV protection and insulation to better maintain the climate inside your home.
We can ensure a weather tight seal and we are able to offer extended warranties from the manufacture to our clients. Our extensive knowledge of exteriors allows us to deliver a quality product that will withstand the harshest elements and last for years to come.
Common Window Styles
Casement windows open from the side, they leak less air than traditional double-hung windows, and the casement sash compresses on the frame when closed. Casement windows open outward, so they let in more air.
Slim profiles and new, larger sizes offer options to open the home to wider views. Their sleek and versatile design can add maximum ventilation or bring light and air to out-of-the-way spaces.
Double hung windows are divided into two main sections. Both sections can slide up and down past the other one. Double hung windows can be opened without consuming exterior space, and offer some with a tilt-in version so you never have to go outside to wash windows again. Instead, the windows come in toward you. The top sash can be opened for ventilation, providing an extra measure of safety in rooms with children.
Bay windows are combinations of three or more windows projecting outward from a room. Bow windows are a variation of bay windows, made up of four or more window units joined at equal angles to form a curve. Bay and bow windows add architectural interest, plenty of light and real spaciousness to a home. The wider view creates a spacious sense of the outdoors.
Transom windows are the small hinged windows found near the ceiling above doors or other windows. Transoms add visual interest, daylight, ventilation opportunity, and great thermal performance. Transom windows can be easily combined with other windows to add ventilation. A transom window above or below a picture window will expand the view and increase fresh air flow.
Architectural windows can give your home a unique look, no matter what the style. From colonial to contemporary and everything in between, architectural windows are the perfect way to add beauty on the inside and out.