Types of Sunrise Windows for replacement windows ct
By Blue Corona Dev Jan 17, 2014
When people need replacement windows, they usually just order something to match what they had without even considering other options. Why not try something new? Different types of windows are optimized for different locations in your home, light transmission, home style, and room use. Changing the type of windows you have can radically change the feel of the room. See our site and/or rest of our blog for more information, or do your own search once you learn the basics.
If you need replacement windows, consider a different style. Just because you have double hung windows, which are the most common, doesn’t mean that they are the best type. For a kitchen, bay and bow windows in CT can add a lot of natural light, and maybe even some space. Casement windows might be a more practical option for over the sink. Other tips by window type:
- Awning windows CT – This is a good style for skylights! Awning windows also look good near picture windows if you want some fresh air to go along with the natural light.
- Bay windows CT – Great for a window seat or nook. Surrounding one picture window with a casement window on each side lets you enjoy some sunlight and fresh air.
- Bow windows CT – If a corner of your home provides nice views in two directions, wrap around bow windows are great! They are also good for other areas where you want wide windows.
- Picture windows CT – Picture windows can be quite large, and you won’t necessarily want to cover them up with window treatments, so confine them to north or east facing walls to prevent fabrics from fading, or keep the upholstery to a minimum in rooms with large picture windows.
See our portfolio for examples of ct awning windows, ct bay windows, and more from our favorite manufacturer, Sunrise Windows.
If need some expert advice from a replacement window company in CT stop by our Meriden showroom, give us a call, or read our guide for advice for selecting replacement windows.