Windows are a crucial part of any home. They provide light, ventilation, and a view of the outdoors. However, there are many different window types to choose from making it difficult to decide which one is best for your home.
Single-hung windows are by far one of the most common window types. They consist of two sashes that move up and down in a vertical direction and are usually constructed from vinyl or wood frames. This type of window is cost-effective and easy to install, making it a popular choice among homeowners.
Double Hung Windows
Another type of window that is becoming increasingly popular is the double-hung window. Unlike single-hung windows, double-hung windows have two sashes that move up and down, allowing you to open both sections at once. Double-hung windows also come with a tilt-in feature which makes them easier to clean from inside your home.
Casement windows are hinged on one side and open outward like a door when opened fully. This type of window offers great ventilation because it can be opened wide enough to allow more air into your home than other types of windows do.
Awning windows are similar to casement windows in that they open outwards from the bottom rather than from the side. Awning windows are great for bathrooms since they allow you to open them while keeping your privacy intact since they only open partly when opened fully. Awning windows also have locking mechanisms like casement windows that provide added security and ventilation to your home.
Single-hung, double-hung, casement, and awning all offer unique features that can help improve your quality of life at home while providing plenty of natural light and improved energy efficiency too! If you’re looking for new ways to increase comfort and efficiency in your home, then give the professionals at Windowsville a call! In addition to being ENERGY STAR® certified, our windows are eligible for a government rebate through the Canada Greener Homes Grant program. Energy-efficient windows can help you save money on your monthly energy bills and protect the environment at the same time. Our service area includes Toronto and the GTA. Contact us today or call us at (905) 790-0909 to see how we can make a difference in your home’s ecosystem.