Which types of window are best for you?
Most homes have the same basic boring square windows. Depending on the types of windows you choose for your home you can turn a drab home into one with style and sophistication. In order to do so you’ll need to know the right language to speak when talking to a professional.
With our easy online form and free consultation Quality First Home Improvement can help you select the best types of windows for your home and give it the look you desire.
These types of windows are typically placed in higher areas because they do not open. They are usually inexpensive and easy to maintain.
Double hung windows are probably the most common and suitable types of windows for period homes. These types of windows are made of two sashes that move up and down, with only half the window opening at a time.
Similar to double hung and also very common types of windows casement windows swing out in the same manner as a door on a vertical hinge. They are typically operated with a crank in order to open and close.
These types of windows, similar to casement, swing out as well but on horizontal hinges. These types of windows are often related to European architecture.
These mid century types of windows are made of horizontally placed narrow strips of glass lowered by a crank. They are not as popular today but can still be found in homes reflecting mid century architecture.
These inexpensive types of windows move on racks located on both their top and bottom. They are very common and are often used as doors as well.
Consisting of a group of three windows with an arch over the center, these types of windows add visual impact and have recently become very popular among homeowners.
Most popular in ranch style homes these types of windows consist of a large fixed window in the center with either a double hung or casement window on either side.
Most commonly used in craftsman style homes these types of windows are made of small strips of horizontal panes, usually set on a high wall. They are typically a fixed window and add a stunning visual effect.
Elliptical and Arched Windows
These types of windows are used for aesthetic purposes and to add visual effect to the home. Typically a fixed window, it is placed above a double hung or a fixed window.
Choosing the right types of windows for your home can be challenging. It can also be very rewarding for the overall look of your home. Take the stress and guess work out and contact the experienced professionals at Quality First Home Improvement to help you with your window selections. We have the talent and know how to guide you through the process from selection to installation. So don’t hesitate, log on now and fill out our online form to get your free consultation today!