Window Styles That Work in Both Traditional and Modern HomesFebruary 14, 2018
When choosing a style for your window replacements, you need to consider the architectural design of your home, as not every window style will look right with every kind of architecture. Fortunately, however, some window styles are versatile enough to complement any architectural design. Read on as [company_name] suggests window styles that work well with both traditional and modern architecture.
Bay windows feature a flexible design that can adapt to any style of home. To gain more glass area and cover large wall openings, ask your window company about bow windows, the curvier version of the bay.
While the casement is one of the oldest windows in existence, it can be modified to suit any style of home. As an added bonus, it’s the best style to meet egress regulations. In bedrooms, casement windows can help bring your home to code.
Massive, fixed windows can boost the beauty of both traditional- and modern-style homes. To avoid deviating from the norm, combine them with double-hung or casement units and use grilles to match them with other windows in your home.
Renewal by Andersen of Eastern New York is the window contractor you can trust with your upcoming window replacement project. We offer high-quality, energy-efficient window replacements in a wide range of styles. All our units are fully customizable, making it easy to find a product that suits your unique needs. We can help you choose the most suitable window styles for your rooms. Call us at [company_phone] to schedule your free, in-home consultation to discuss your project needs and get an estimate.