Unlike other home areas, the kitchen has more demanding requirements from windows. Considering its great need for daylighting to aid food preparation and cooking tasks and ventilation to prevent excessive humidity, any window wouldn’t do.
In most home styles, windows are architecturally significant. If your window design doesn’t historically match your home, something would look wrong from the street.
While vinyl may be the most popular window material today, it’s a 20th-century solution that no longer applies to 21st-century problems. First developed in the ‘50s, vinyl has never overcome its drawbacks over the years. It is cheap, but it doesn’t give a lot of value for your money.
Not all windows are appropriate for different architectural designs; in fact, there are some window styles that better fit traditional homes than contemporary ones, and vice versa. Picture windows are one of the few exceptions – they boast a design that fits and even complements any architectural design. But its versatility isn’t it’s only strong […]
Windows open grand outdoor views to your living spaces and can actually establish the “illusion of space” that your room is actually bigger than it really is. But what window style can give you maximum views while still providing great airtight sealing? Renewal by Andersen® of Orange County discusses why you should get gliding windows.