When your home needs new windows, the search for a type, style, color, casement, and size of window to fit your home and lifestyle can be overwhelming. Not only do the windows differ in appearance, number of panes, and slide type, they can differ in price by thousands of dollars. If you know what you want before you begin your search, the battle to find just what you need in a window replacement can be much easier. To help you win the battle here is some information about the three most popular types of window replacements available.
One of the two most popular types of windows among homeowners, the casement windows are as beautiful as they are popular. Modern structures allow ease of access, and the hinges on either side of the window treatment permit users to rotate the handle to open the window outward with ease. Homeowners love this type of window because it catches the breeze and moves the air inside for improved ventilation.
Double Hung Windows
The double hung windows are found in most modern homes and are considered to have no equal in their beauty and style. Double hung refers to the two glass units hung one above the other, with only the lower section sliding up to allow air in. Paired with a screen, they are used in every type of climate because they have many different casement materials to pair with the temperature of the area.
Awning style windows have been around for a long time and are currently used in homes, schools, and commercial structures. The windows are large and hinged above the center frame, allowing the glass to swing either inwards or move outwards from the hinge. Most have a rotating handle for ease of opening and closing.
Replacing windows doesn’t have to be a trial effort when you know what you are looking for before you talk to a window installation company. Grab your window’s measurements and find the perfect fit today.