If You’ve Seen One Window . . . Choosing the Right Windows for Your Midland Home

Sometimes when homeowners think about windows for their homes they tend to lump them together. After all, isn’t a window basically just a frame with glass in it that allows you to look outside if you want? If you’ve seen one window, you’ve seen them all, right?

The truth is, there are a lot of different styles (and qualities) of windows out there that fulfill a variety of functions. They look different and operate differently. So if you’re thinking of windows for your Midland home, how do you choose the right kind of window?
Here’s a quick overview of the different kinds of windows from which you can choose.

Double Hung windows like the ones you see here feature two window sashes that both open for multiple ventilation options and easy window use.

 

 

 

 

Single Hung windows combine state-of-the-art window design with a clean, classic style. These windows are great for bedrooms and allow excellent ventilation when you want it.

 

 

 

Casement windows feature window sashes attached to the frame by one or more hinges. Casement-style windows are hinged on the side and can either swing inward or outward, depending on the desired style, and feature our patented exclusive wash mode, making them great for kitchen areas.

 

Awning windows feature window sash attached to the frame by one or more hinges. Awning-style windows are hinged on the top of the frame and swing outward. They add a unique sense of style and look great in homes with a more modern design.

 

 

Glider windows combine state-of-the-art window design with a clean, classic style. These windows are a great addition to a kitchen or other area where you want windows that slide side-to-side.

 

 

 

Bay and Bow windows add another dimension to your windows. Many homeowners like to install built-in seating on the inside of these windows. In addition to adding an element of interest to the outside of the home, bay and bow windows add a sense of extra space to the interior as well.

 

 

Specialty windows are a great way to let your imagination loose if you want to create a space that’s unconventional and fun. Who says windows have to have four square corners?

 

 

 

Round Top windows can add an element of elegance to a dining room or a sitting room. In the dining room you see here, the windows even pick up the arch shape of the doorway between the kitchen and dining room—giving this open plan look an added touch of grace.  

 

 

Tilt Turn and Hopper windows offer clean, classic design with dual opening capability. Open windows wide when you want lots of air or tilt them when you just want to let in a little.

 

 

 

All of these windows combine state-of-the-art window design with a clean, classic style. Advanced engineering and the highest quality construction make these windows incredibly durable, versatile, and easy to use.

One of the best ways to choose the right windows for your Midland home is to see them for yourself and get a hands-on feel for what these windows can add to your home. You can check out a wide array of replacement windows for your Midland home by visiting us. Take a look inside our Bay City showroom—or come by 3605 S. Huron Road Bay City, MI 48706