If a window replacement is in your future, you’re probably thinking about the types of windows that you could install in your Cylon home. You’ll want your window and roofing contractor to install windows that complement your home’s size and architectural style. You can choose from window types such as bay or bow windows, double-hung windows, and casement windows, but you should also set aside some time to consider picture windows.
What Are Picture Windows?
Picture windows are wide, large, and fixed windows that don’t open and close. Their materials, designs, and colors can be customized to suit homeowners’ preferences. Hiring a window and roofing contractor to install picture windows is a good idea if you value energy efficiency and minimal maintenance. These windows are stationary, so they prevent the transfer of heat from the inside to the outside and the outside to the inside of your home, reducing the stress on your heating and cooling system. Picture windows’ immobility also allows for easy cleaning because these windows don’t have any moving components that require maintenance. A disadvantage of the stationary design of picture windows is a lack of ventilation. If you rely heavily on breezes from open windows to cool your home, then picture windows may not be for you.
Your window and roofing contractor may suggest that you purchase picture windows if you need additional lighting. A picture window has a wide opening that allows natural light to enter your home. If you haven’t thought about utilizing natural light instead of artificial light during daylight hours, you should because studies indicate that natural light can improve your sleeping habits and mood. The width of picture windows not only increases the amount of sunlight entering your home but also expands your view of the landscaping surrounding your home. By installing picture windows, you’re able to admire your lawn while remaining indoors.
If you’re intrigued by the thought of adding picture windows to your Cylon home, reach out to a reputable window and roofing contractor like Krumm Exteriors, Inc., and select the material, design, and color of your new picture windows.