When installing replacement windows, there are things you always need to consider, such as compatible trim, grille patterns and muntin style. A modern plate-glass window will be out of place in a symmetrical antique facade. You also have to consider that every room in the house has specific requirements.
If you’re in the market for new windows, you will most likely want energy-efficient windows. Apart from getting the best ones that you can afford, you should also work with the right contractor for your replacement project.
When it comes to replacement windows for your home, few have that timeless appeal of wood. As the window material that’s been in use since ancient times, wood has enjoyed a lofty place among homeowners as the first choice for their windows.
Wood replacement windows are still popular for many homeowners because their timeless appeal is noticeably absent from newer window options. In this post, Stittsville Windows and Doors discusses the typical anatomy of a wood window. The Window Frame The window frame is the largest part of the window and is made from wood. Typically, most wooden frames these days are leagues beyond their predecessors, boasting high-performance treatments that allow them… Continue Reading