Something Old & Something New for Your Midland Home

Windows that fit a classic or traditional styleReplacing the windows in your Midland-area home can dramatically improve the comfort, convenience, and energy efficiency of your new home. It can also have a significant impact on the way your home looks from both the inside and the outside. But what if you don’t want to alter the classic look of your home? Or what if you’re building a new home built in a classic style? If you install new windows, does that automatically mean sacrificing a classic look that you love?

It doesn’t have to! That was exactly the challenge that homeowners in Castine, Maine faced. In this case, a Maine family had a cottage designed that would celebrate their family’s coastal heritage. They also wanted something that would complement the area’s natural surroundings. Windows that looked too modern would simply look out of place.

Design New England highlighted the notable exterior finishes of the cottage that included Marvin windows trimmed in an appropriate cobalt blue. You can read more about the project at Boston.com.

You can enjoy something old and something new in your Midland home. Choosing windows that fit a classic or traditional style doesn’t have to mean foregoing the comfort and energy efficiency of new windows. That’s true whether you’re building remodeling an historic Maine-style cottage on the East Coast, or selecting new windows for a Victorian or ranch-style home in Midland. You can get the look, style, comfort, convenience, and durability you want.

One of the best ways to do that is to view the options for yourself. That’s why we invite you to take a look inside our Bay City showroom, or come by 3605 S. Huron Road in Bay City, MI, where you can see a wide range of options for your home. We’d love to help you find the perfect windows that will provide years of reliable, comfortable, and convenient operation. If you want to preserve the look and feel of your older home without sacrificing comfort, you may want to try something new!