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Choosing the right windows for your home may seem like an effortless task, but when you find yourself considering the security, energy efficiency, style and aesthetic of your property, it may take a little more time than you think!
As with most household renovations, replacing windows is a necessity that requires many considerations to ensure that you select the right windows for you and your home. Which period is your home from? Do you have single glazed windows? How do you want your windows to look? These are all relevant questions to ask yourself when browsing options for new windows.
If you’re considering purchasing new windows for your home, or replacing your existing windows, have a look at the list of different options for windows below and why they might meet your needs.
UPVC windows are available in a variety of colours and finishes and are certainly the most popular choice for new, modern windows today. With a huge range of styles to choose from combined with a number of modern security features, UPVC windows are the first choice for homeowners seeking an affordable, reliable solution.
Sash and Case Windows
Sash and Case windows are especially suited to period properties, where homeowners can retain the unique, classic style of their home whilst benefiting from a number of modern safety features offered by new windows. Sash windows provide elegance and security for your home.
Double Glazing Windows
Double glazing windows can transform any home into a safe, warm and contemporary property. The two windowpanes combined with a durable frame not only increase security, but insulation too. With the advice and installation of a double glazing specialist, the aesthetic and energy efficiency of your home could be changed overnight.
Double glazing has the ability to transform any property into a more comfortable and energy efficient space. Offering significant heat retention and draft prevention, resulting in significant energy savings for the entire home.
Tilt and Turn Windows
Tilt and turn windows can be fully opened inward or tilted from the bottom so that the top of the window is angled into the room. Ideal for ventilation and increasing security, tilt and turn windows are the perfect solution for homeowners looking for a unique style with added safety features.
Fully reversible windows are becoming increasingly popular in the UK due to their versatile and practical functionality. More commonly used for small rooms where actual square footage is limited, reversible windows are the ultimate space saving solution.
Helpful? I Hope So!
Many people aren’t aware of just how many options are available for new windows, so with a bit of research and speaking to specialists, it’s easier than you think to find and purchase new windows to suit the style of your property, your proposed budget and your personal preferences.
If you are unsure as to which windows might be best suited to your budget and requirements, get in touch with a local window specialist in your area. Most companies are happy to offer friendly, no obligation advice.