When it comes time to put in new windows in your home, you have several choices of styles and types of house replacement windows to choose from. Here is some information on some of the more common and popular styles of house replacement windows:
Casement House Replacement Windows
If you want a window that doesn’t obstruct your view, Casement windows are good because they a hinged like a door and crank outward when you open them. They are easy to clean and great for ventilation. They are popular in small, hard to reach areas like over a sink since they are so easy to open.
Single, Double-Hung Windows
Double hung windows are popular choice for house replacement windows because you can open them from either the top or the bottom. Plus, they are easy to clean and full screens can be installed in them too or even an air conditioner.
On the contrary, single hung windows only open from the bottom, and the top part is sealed.
Awning, Hopper Windows
Awning windows are top hinged and open outward or inward. They are more popular in commercial buildings than in private homes. They are made to let in a lot of air and are made from one large piece of glass.
On the contrary, hopper windows have bottom hinges. They do can be opened either inwardly or outwardly.
Single, Double, Triple-pane Windows
You can also get house replacement windows with one, two or three panes of glass. The two and three paned windows have argon or krypton gas in-between the glass to provide more insulation.
These are just a few of the kinds and styles of house replacement windows to choose for your home, and if you live in the Chicago area, call Best Windows at 708-204-2446 to discuss your window replacement needs with a free consultation. You can also connect them on Facebook for more updates.Add to favorites