Wood windows look classy, go well with most interiors and exude a warm, antique feel. Wood windows also happen to be the best insulators and help your utility bills to drastically drop, no matter what time of year. Wood in general lasts longer than any other material that exists, does not give in to rust and so gives you good value for your money.
While there are so many advantages of installing wood windows, you also need to be aware of their downsides. Wood windows come with a high initial cost and need proper, maintenance checks from time to time. You have to paint them to ensure they do not rot, look old and dampen due to moisture. You will also have to keep the windows safe from termites.
You can choose windows that come with a combination of wood and glass. This combination elevates the charm of wood windows to another level. You have plethora of choices in glass styles that you can use with wood. For instance, frosted, stained as well as reflective glass appear quite artistic and at the same time render a warm, contemporary look to your home.
If you are thinking of adding a rustic touch to your surroundings, go in for barn windows. You can also make use of reflective glass, frosted glass or stained glass to amp up the place and make it look different. You can also think about full wood shutters, painting them in a color that blends in with the décor of your house. This helps to give it a customized and personal appeal.
Our professionals at Glendale Window Replacement Experts are well experienced and possess the necessary expertise required to install well placed and adequately styled wood windows. They will also guide you in choosing the right window style depending on your preference, theme of your home and your budget.