By installing residential windows with wide glass areas, you can maximize scenic outdoor views. To help you choose the right windows for your home, Renewal by Andersen® of Dallas and Fort Worth shares some quick window-shopping tips in this post.
Retain Wall Space Between Windows and Install High Windows
Choosing large windows seems like a no brainer if your goal is to capture scenic views. However, some homeowners are reluctant to do so due to privacy reasons. Larger windows give better views, but that might come at the cost of less privacy. Fortunately, you can retain a degree of privacy while maintaining optimal outdoor views by installing high windows.
Here’s a tip: If you’re looking for custom windows with wide glass areas, Fibrex® windows would be a smart choice. Thanks to Fibrex’s exceptional durability, narrow frames made from the wood-and-vinyl composite can support the same amount of glass as a conventional window, giving Fibrex windows a sleek aesthetic and maximizing your home’s outdoor views.
Keep Your Interior Design Consistent
If you’re planning to make any modifications to your walls or interior, make sure the new windows and features complement the rest of your interior. For instance, windows with sashes would be better suited to traditional homes, which tend to favor smaller partitioned windows. Picture and casement windows—which have simple designs—would fit in perfectly in a contemporary home. Remember: when it comes to interior design, consistency is key.
Having trouble choosing a window replacement for your home? Consult a professional window contractor. Renewal by Andersen of Dallas and Fort Worth offers a wide variety of premium windows, including casement and double hung windows. As part of our Signature Service, we customize each window according to our customers’ needs and preferences, essentially guaranteeing your new window will be a great fit for your home. To schedule a free consultation, call us at (972) 301-8660 or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Dallas, TX, as well as the surrounding communities.