Apart from giving you a view and providing natural light, your windows can also be utilized as a means of added ventilation. Today’s post from Renewal by Andersen® of Quad Cities highlights the features of three operable window types that can contribute to your home’s ventilation.
Casement windows are the primary style choice for tight and inaccessible places, such as bathrooms and kitchens. They can be opened outwards using only one hand. Bathrooms and kitchens, in particular, tend to get stuffy due to the activities performed in these areas. Casement windows provide much-needed ventilation to these high-traffic and high-activity areas in your home.
The use of casement windows isn’t limited to just your kitchen and bathroom. Feel free to use them in the living and dining rooms as well. Regularly check the cranks and hinges to keep your casement windows functioning optimally.
It’s not difficult to see why double-hung windows remain one of the most popular window options in the U.S. Double-hung windows marry form and function by providing a timeless design coupled with easy operation. There’s not a room in your home that will not benefit from the stylishness and functionality of double-hung windows.
Bow windows usually feature between three to six window panels that form a gentle arch extending outward. Bow windows can be composed exclusively of operable windows like casement or double-hung windows. As with bay windows, you can also utilize the extended space created by the gentle arch of bow windows either as a reading area or additional storage space. Since they have a large glass area, they can greatly improve the ventilation in whichever area you choose to install them.
You don’t need to worry about chilly drafts and shoddy workmanship when you choose Renewal by Andersen of San Diego replacement windows. Our products are of the highest quality and will provide added ventilation only when you want it. Call us today at (844) 366-7784 for a free consultation. We serve Rock Island, IL.