Replacement Window Styles for Every Room

There are no two rooms in your house that are exactly alike. Perhaps you have them painted differently or at least decorated differently. You use them in different ways and for different reasons. So why should your Pompano Beach, FL home have all of the same replacement windows? It shouldn’t! There are different styles that are right for different rooms of the house. Since no two rooms are alike, it might make sense to vary the windows based on the room. Keep in mind that no two homes are identical. What works for you may not work for someone else. That said, here are some ideas for the most popular window styles for replacement windows in specific rooms.

The Living Room: Picture Windows

If you’re going to have a picture window, the living room is often where you place it. The living room is often one of the largest rooms in the house and it can sometimes flow right into the kitchen. You do a lot of gathering and relaxing in that room so it makes sense to put in replacement windows that give you a large view and a lot of light.

The Patio: Sliding Windows

If you want to have a view of your outdoor living area (and Pompano Beach is the perfect place to have a great outdoor living space!) gliding or sliding windows are perfect. They give you function, but they also don’t hang out over the patio, causing a hazard. They let fresh air and sunshine into your house and make the space look more open. Plus, if you have guests on the patio, you can see what’s going on at all times, even if you have to run inside for more food.

The Kitchen: Casement Windows

There are a variety of windows that work well in the kitchen, but if you have space above your sink and want replacement windows, casement windows are the easiest to open since they crank out. They also let in a lot of ventilation quickly since the whole pane opens and can catch the breeze and let it into the room.

The Bedrooms: Double-Hung

Double-hung windows are a nice, low maintenance, safe style for the bedrooms. They open from the top or the bottom. In a child’s room, you can open the top portion, for example, get the ventilation you want, and keep things safe for the child. You can also tilt both portions of the window into the room to clean the outside glass. That’s especially handy for second floor bedrooms.

If you need help deciding which Pompano Beach, FL replacement windows go in which rooms, the professionals at High End Impact Windows & Doors can help. The combinations are endless, but we won’t stop until everything is settled just as you want it. Give us a call at 954-782-7100 for a free consultation or stop by our showroom at 1472 S Dixie Hwy E, Pompano Beach, FL 33060. We’re here to help you find the perfect replacement windows for every room!

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