Any home remodeling project gives you a chance to improve your home in many different ways. You can improve the energy efficiency of your home, make your home look better, or increase the resale value.
How about a project that can do all three of these things?
Consider a bay window replacement for an existing flat window. By installing these windows you can freshen up the look of your home, create interesting architectural details, and make rooms seem larger. A new bay replacement made with modern Low-E glass can also help lower your heating and cooling bills. The modern Low-E glass on the new bay window will usually reduce the thermal transmission when compared to the old window.
There are several styles of bay windows to choose from. One of the most common consists of a large center window flanked by two smaller windows. These typically are connected at angles of 30 or 45 degrees. Other window replacement options include windows made of multiple panes instead of just three.
New windows can improve the appearance your home both inside and outside. Inside the new window makes the room look larger by creating a window seat that extends out past the original home floor plan. Outside the protruding bay window breaks up the lines of your home and adds visual interest and curb appeal.
Because of the complexity of installing this particular type of window, many homeowners choose to let a professional Medina contractor do the work instead of trying to do the job themselves. While hiring a pro is never a bad idea, bay window replacement should be within the abilities of an experienced and competent home remodeling expert. If you are confident in your skills, and have the proper tools, you can do the work yourself and save money for other home remodeling jobs.Share