Your windows are perhaps the most multi-functional components of your home. They bathe your living space in natural light, give you views of the outdoors, regulate your home’s energy efficiency, and control the amount of harmful UV rays that can penetrate your living space.
Residential windows are not just all about function, though they’re also about form. A well-placed window can serve as a stunning focal point of any room, boosting the beauty of your home. Read on for some tips on how to make your windows serve as focal points:
Making Gables Less Boring
Gables present endless opportunities for design. But without the right-sized window in the gable area, your gables are largely wasted space. We can install custom windows to fill the gable area and make it a focal point of your home, flooding the room with inviting natural light.
Expand a Room With Windows
With the right windows, you can make a room appear significantly larger than it really is. Big double hung windows that continue from one wall to the next (the continuity unbroken by expanses of wall) can achieve this look. Not only does this let more light in, but it also provides excellent ventilation.
Forgo the Dry Wall
If you want more light, replace your dry walls with massive windows. Picture windows and large casement windows can do the trick, and customizing is also an option when you call Renewal by Andersen.
Install Windows by Your French Doors
We manufacture and install absolutely amazing French doors. If you want this part of your home to feature scene-stealing windows, then flank your French doors with full-length windows of a matching design.
If you can think it, we can make and install it for you, including custom windows. Call Renewal by Andersen of Dallas and Fort Worth at (972) 301-8660 or fill out our contact form for a free estimate. We serve homeowners in Dallas, TX, and nearby areas.