Understanding Your Replacement Home Window Options

When you are looking for replacement windows, there are a number of styles and home window options available on the market and it can be challenging to choose the right one for your home. The replacement window brands we offer like Sierra Pacific Windows & Doors, Marvin Infinity, Jeld-Wen, Showcase Windows & Doors, Milgard, Don Young, Windsor Windows & Doors (to name a few) offers a complete line of windows to fit your needs and budget.

Casement Windows

When you want to have an unobstructed view from top to bottom, a casement window makes good sense. This option is hinged on one side to give you wide-open ventilation. Cleaning is very easy as well, since the sash swings outward to open. Its clean lines make it a very popular option.

Double or Single Hung Windows

This traditional style is probably the most popular window. It can be open from either the top or the bottom. Newer models are designed so that the sash tilts open for easy cleaning.

Awning Windows

Awning windows are a versatile choice. They can be used alone but may be stacked or grouped. This option is often placed under a large picture window to provide ventilation.Since it opens from the bottom, it allows you to get some fresh air into your home even on rainy days.

Horizontal Sliding Windows

This look is a great fit for contemporary homes. Their clean lines make them a good choice for spaces where a homeowner wants to avoid the look of an awning obstructing the area. These slider windows are a fuss-free choice for anywhere in your home where you want to keep the look plain and simple.

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows are designed to make your room appear larger. They have several panes and will bring the outdoors into your interior space. The bay window is made up of a large fixed window in between two casement or double hung windows. A bow window is made up of several casement or double hung windows placed together to create a bow shape or arc.

To find out more about Renaissance Windows & Doors Replacement Windows or any of Our Brands call us or stop by our showroom. We’d be pleased to discuss your options with you.

 

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