Products of late 18th- to early 19th-Century California architecture, Mission Revival homes were designed to emulate the look of 17th-Century churches in Spain. Homes in the Mission Revival style were generally built with overhanging roofs, stucco facades and adorned with a good number of windows throughout. If you have a Mission Revival style home, consider these styles from residential windows replacement expert, Renewal by Andersen® of Dallas and Fort Worth.
Casement windows are common fixtures in Mission Revival-style homes. They are designed to allow a good amount of natural light into a home, helping open spaces up and reducing the need for artificial lighting too. As they are hinged on the sides, casement windows can help improve ventilation and indoor air quality as well.
Unlike a casement window swings open on a hinge like a door, double hung windows slide open vertically. Renewal by Andersen® of Dallas and Fort Worth does offers double-hung replacement windows that can be opened by moving either the top or lower sections, as you prefer. A series of these windows flanking your entry door can do wonders for your home’s curb appeal.
Use french doors for your porch or patio. Have them custom-built to resemble arched entryways, characteristic of the Mission Revival style. French doors help create a feeling of continuity between your indoor and outdoor spaces, giving your home an open, cheerful ambiance.
Trust Renewal by Andersen® of Dallas and Fort Worth for your custom windows requirements. Our window replacement process has stood the test of time and should prove beneficial in keeping your Mission Revival home looking its best for decades. Give us a call at (877) 605-2922. In-home consultations are free for homeowners located in Dallas, TX.