Choosing Replacement Windows For Your Home

by Eva Taylor Consultant

If you notice a prominent difference in the look and functionality of your home’s windows, replacing them with new windows is the only good choice. There are new types of window materials and styles you can choose from to not only enhance the look of your home but to also to make it energy efficient.

On the other hand, choosing the right type of replacement windows in Dallas, Fort Worth Texas, can be a very overwhelming task. Moreover, installing new windows is a big and long-term investment, so doing good research and being a little picky will definitely benefit you.

If the idea of selecting replacement windows in Dallas, Fort Worth Texas, seems too boring and difficult, we have got you covered. Here, we will discuss what replacement windows actually do/are and the common styles of windows you can choose from.

Replacement Windows

Replacement windows are considered when the frame of your existing window is still in good condition. The installation of these windows goes in a manner that old windows are removed without harming the frame or trims and are substituted with new windows that fit perfectly into the opening.

While replacement windows cost almost the same as completely new windows, they require less labor, so the overall cost is reduced. Such small savings mean a lot, especially when there are budget constraints.

Window Styles

Once you have decided which windows you need, i.e., new or replacement windows in Dallas, Fort Worth Texas, the next step is to choose the style of your windows. Here are four basic and famous types you can consider:

1. Single or Double Hung Windows: These windows are found commonly in a lot of homes, so they happen to be the most common ones. Single or double hung windows include two individual sashes, which slide up and down to open and close.

A window with a single hung will only slide up to be opened from the bottom, whereas a double hung window will allow you to open it from both top and bottom.

Double hung windows provide better ventilation by letting more fresh air in when the top sash is lowered. They are especially beneficial for homes that are small and for family units with kids to prevent small children from climbing out.

2. Casement Windows: Casement windows comprise a large sash that is joint vertically and swings out to open. To open this type of a window, a lever or other device is usually utilized.

3. Awning Windows: Hinged from the top, awning windows are opened by tipping the window out from the bottom. As the name implies, these windows look like an awning or a canopy when opened, and they are more commonly used in bathrooms or in the coastal regions.

4. Slider Windows: Slider window is the perfect choice when there is limited space in your home because it opens side-to-side, taking up lesser space.

Making Your Windows Energy Efficient

When you are making such a big investment, it is in your hands to make the most of it. In case of replacement windows in Dallas, Fort Worth Texas, you can go for Low Emissivity (Low-E) Glass windows when replacing your existing ones. While there are several other types of glass options in the market, a low-E glass will make your home energy efficient and lower down the energy bills by controlling the amount of heat.

If you are still unsure which style will work best for your home or need more information on it, get in touch with the experts at B&K Roofing and Construction today.

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