In the first part of this blog series, we discussed the importance of curb appeal and talked about general ways to improve it. Now, we explain the customization options of our replacement windows in-depth and explain how they can improve curb appeal. Here are our windows design options:
Exterior Color and Interior Finish
Renewal by Andersen® carefully selected their color and finish options so that they will easily harmonize with existing color schemes. As an expert in replacement windows installation in Orange County, CA, we can help you select the best window colors and finishes for your home. Exterior colors include forest green, dark bronze, cocoa bean, white, canvas, and black. Meanwhile, you can choose from stainable maple, pine, and oak finishes.
These are an important element of your home’s architecture. For instance, windows with a colonial grille pattern work best for traditional architectural styles. You can choose from colonial, farmhouse, prairie, and modified prairie grille patterns for your picture windows in Orange County, CA. In addition, we can work with you to design a custom grille pattern for your home. This is perfect for homeowners who want to revive a pattern or express their own creativity.
Your window hardware is the point of contact between you and your windows. As a specialist in specialty windows in Orange County, CA, we suggest choosing a hardware finish that looks and feels special. Our standard color options include stone, canvas, and white. You can also choose from our Estate™ collection. These finishes include satin nickel, polished chrome, bright brass, antique brass, distressed nickel, oil rubbed bronze, distressed bronze, and brushed chrome.
Renewal by Andersen of Orange County provides beautiful replacement windows that can enhance practically any home style. Our customization options make it easy to express your creativity and match our windows to your home. Call us at (844) 767-1567 to learn more about our window design options. You can also request for a free estimate. If you missed the first part of this blog series, check it out. We talk about the importance of curb appeal and the ways to enhance your home’s appearance.