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.
Here are some guidelines on matching windows on a room-by-room basis.
The Living Room
Typically the largest room in the house, the living room is the perfect place to have big windows. Large windows, however, are useful only if there’s a view. For instance, they won’t be of much use if the living room faces an alley. Big, south-facing windows can fill the living room with bright, ambient light, though you need to watch out for overheating in summer. Many living rooms also have glass doors leading to a deck or a patio. Integrated windows and doors create openness and bring in the outdoors. They also make a home seem larger.
As your trusted replacement window company, we can supply you with the best windows and patio doors for your living room. Consult our expert team to find out more about the window options that will suit your living room.
The Dining Room
You should consider dining room windows with a great deal of caution. You don’t need a giant window to look through in the evenings when it’s dark outside. More homeowners prefer to put dining spaces in areas with few or no windows at all. They rely on art, a fireplace or more furniture to create more visual interest in the evenings. That being said, our range of wood replacement windows can be good for your dining room.
Casement windows are perhaps the best choice for this area. Casement windows allow for both ventilation and daylighting, and they can seamlessly blend in with any decor.
Looking for a quality replacement window company? Stittsville Windows and Doors is your best bet. You can expect premium products and exceptional service. We serve Stittsville and Kanata, ON. Call us at (613) 706-1922 to get started with a consultation.