The brightest days of the year are upon us and there is no time like the present to improve the natural lighting in your home. Windows are your home’s primary medium through which the sun’s rays shine on your interior and making the most of them can be the difference between a vibrant and dreary room. With this in mind, eieihome.com spoke with window expert Randy Sibbald of Brock Windows to learn more about the window replacement process and popular spring window trends.
There are certain technicalities that need to be considered before going ahead with a window replacement. “Replacing windows in a home is often a daunting prospect for most people. Brock Windows ensures precision measurements are taken to guarantee a painless installation process”. Once you know you are working with reputable industry professionals, the real fun begins.
Choosing your new windows
Choosing the right windows for your home is your opportunity to really customize the look and feel, but it might not be as straightforward as you think. “It can be overwhelming for people to choose the best variety of window for their home due to the great number of options available on the market” Sibbald says. In order to help you get started with this process, eieihome.com asked Brock Window’s to share some insight into some of their most trendy window options.
Knowing Your Options
“Brock Windows offers super vinyl window replacements that are strong, durable and nearly maintenance-free “ Sibbald reminds me. They will also help you decide the best fit for your home among their many popular choices:
Double and Single Hung: Among the most common selections because they fit well with almost any home design and are also both energy efficient and easy to maintain.
Sliders: Slide along horizontal tracks and have glass panels which allow for excellent light entry and a great outdoor view.
Picture: Glass panels that do not open. They are come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be installed in almost all spaces.
Bay and Bow: Classic design selections which add high aesthetic value to your home. Bay windows curve outward, creating space inside your home while Bow windows curve inwards and do not take up any outdoor space.
Contact the pros
If you are thinking of replacing the windows in your home and want to rely on 26 years of experience, impeccable attention to detail and a trophy shelf full of industry awards, contact Brock Windows via their listings here on eieihome.com