If you are fortunate enough to have a beautiful exterior picture from one of your home’s common living areas – perhaps you should FRAME IT. THAT is the whole idea of a picture window: just like the name suggests.
Unrivaled for their innate feature of bringing the most possible light into a room, sliding glass doors can add a great deal of beauty and ambiance to your home.
Basement levels or floors situated below the exterior grade can be tricky when your goal is to increase natural light and improve natural ventilation. In many homes, Hopper Windows can be the unique answer to some of these types of challenges.
When you are considering an upgrade or remodel that involves your egress to an outdoor deck or patio, one very popular option is a hinged patio door. These configurations are also commonly called “Atrium Doors”.
Perhaps you want to create a sun-drenched passageway connecting your multi-level backyard deck to your family room. Or, you would like more exterior exposure for both light and air between your kitchen and your garden. French doors could be just the solution you are looking for to bring the fresh outdoors a bit closer.
Awning windows are versatile in their use and can be integrated into design combinations that can add a measure of unique character to your home. We have used them in multiple arrays to accent larger windows – or, as a versatile replacement for a picture window.
When we replace a residential entry door, we are reminded of that old TV commercial that said “You never get a second chance to make a first impression!” Now, that may have applied to marketing a shower soap or deodorant, but we think it applies to that first impression your home’s entryway can make on guests and visitors.
Often installed over sinks, countertops, appliances – or, hard to reach areas, casement windows are actually an ideal style window for many living rooms, kitchens, studies, and bedrooms. Many homeowners choose them throughout their home for their clean, modern and contemporary style.
If you value wide-open and unobstructed vistas of the outdoors, sliding windows would be a great option for at least some of the rooms in your home. Due to their size and design, they allow a maximum amount of daylight to enter the room.
With the start of spring a closer and closer reality, the home improvement season gets underway in full swing. Now is a great time to start to assess if there’s any winter damage to your home.