When you’re talking to a window contractor, it’s common for them to say that your windows don’t actually have to match one another. While this is true, what some fail to realize is that they need to take into consideration the individual rooms around their house when picking a window style. This is because different areas in your home have their own specific window requirements.
Renewal by Andersen® of Wyoming, the leading provider of windows and sliding patio doors in the area, shares how you can properly mix and match windows with every room in your house.
- Picture Windows for the Living Room – As the living room is often the largest area in the house, it’s only fitting to choose the largest window style for it. Floor-to-ceiling picture windows are your best choice. They provide an unobstructed view of the outdoors, all while allowing an abundant amount of daylight to enter your room.
- Casement Windows for the Bedroom – With their simple and traditional design, casement windows are most ideal for the bedroom. Just like patio doors, they open easily and offer ample ventilation through their large panes. What makes them special, though, is they require minimal maintenance to perform and look great.
- Double-Hung Windows for the Kitchen – Want to let a little air into the room while you’re preparing meals, without opening the panes all the way? Then double-hung windows should be installed in your kitchen. The best thing about them, aside from their moveable upper and lower sashes, is the fact that they have that classic touch to create a charming, timeless look for your kitchen area.
Installing replacement windows requires a great deal of thought, and it’s a task we’re more than willing to help you with. If you need expert advice on which window style to install, you can always reach out to our design specialists. We offer a wide range of window styles that can spruce up the beauty and performance of your rooms.
To schedule a FREE consultation, call us at (307) 472-2199 today. We provide service to homeowners in Laramie, Cheyenne, and other nearby WY communities.