Can You Mix Window Styles in a Home?
You’ve already made the toughest decision by opting to replace your home’s old and inefficient windows. Now, you need to choose the window styles. Contrary to what many homeowners believe, it’s not necessary for all your windows to be the same style. In fact, you’ll probably want to have different types of windows throughout your home to fit the usage needs of each space.
How to Choose the Correct Window Style for Your Home
You might be wondering if you should mix and match window styles, especially since many new homes come with the same style of windows throughout—often popular options like casement or double-hung. That could mean that whoever built the home didn’t take the time to match the windows with their intended purpose. For example, if you’re installing a window in a bathroom or over the kitchen sink, where ventilation is crucial, you may want to choose an awning window that opens outward, so it can stay open during a light rain. If you have a large window space in your living room overlooking outdoor scenery, a picture window will provide unobstructed views of the surroundings. And, if you want to make a bold architectural statement, bay or bow windows can add to any home’s curb appeal.
NEWPRO MAX Series Windows Make It Easy to Mix Window Styles
If you want high-performance replacement windows that are specifically engineered to stay beautiful year after year in the local climate, look to NEWPRO. We offer three distinct lines of replacement windows, each of which come in popular styles like double-hung, casement, awning, slider, and more. We’ll help you choose the ideal windows for each room in your home and ensure they are installed with precision. We’ll also give you added peace of mind with industry-best warranty protection.
If you’d like additional information about the windows styles we offer for New England homes, contact NEWPRO today.