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WHICH WINDOW STYLES SHOULD YOU BUY FOR YOUR PROPERTY?
Many homeowners will consider changing the windows at their property, especially if they’re not working as efficiently as they used to or if they no longer look aesthetically pleasing. When browsing the market, you will notice that there is such a vast selection of window types to choose from nowadays. From traditional sliding sash windows to modern casement windows, it can be undeniably difficult to choose which will be best for your property. Of course, not only do you have the option of these types of windows, but you also have a range of styles to choose from too. Whether you’re wanting Georgian bars or circle top designs, you have the ability to purchase windows that will perfectly suit your home. Understandably, it can be difficult to decide on all elements of your new windows and to help all homeowners who are interested in purchasing replacements, our team here at Brackenwood have put together a list of things to think about when choosing the window for your home.
The location of your property
Many don’t realise that it is important to consider the location of your property when wanting to replace your windows. This is essential if you live in a conservation area and you may find that your options are limited when choosing which windows to install. Often, in areas of special architectural or historic interest where the character of properties is considered worthy of preservation, new windows need to look as close to the original design as possible
The style of your property
It is fair to say that when you’re choosing new windows for your home, you should ensure that you’re thinking about the overall style of your property as well. For example, there is no denying that gothic style castle windows won’t suit a contemporary property. Ideally, you should ensure that the new windows you install perfectly compliment the rest of your home and that they don’t stand out for all of the wrong reasons.
The other properties in your area
Sometimes, it can be beneficial to look at the other properties in your area, especially your next-door neighbours, when choosing the style of your new windows. Even if you don't live in a conservation area, you may want to ensure that your property fits in with the rest of the street. Of course, there is nothing wrong with being unique and you can choose any style of windows that you like, but this is often worthwhile considering.
The placement of the windows
You may find that you don’t want to install the same style of window throughout the whole of your property. For example, you could have a big bay window at the front of the property and then smaller casement windows elsewhere. So, take some time to think about the different styles you’re interested in and whether they’re going to work well together. You may want to consider a way to tie all of these different windows together too.
Purchasing new windows for your property
Hopefully, by taking the time to think about everything mentioned above, you should find it slightly easier to choose which window style will be best for your property. It goes without saying that the type, style, material and colour option you choose will make such a huge difference to the look of your property, both internally and externally, so it is undeniably important to make the right decision. For this reason, don’t be afraid to take your time when choosing. When wanting to replace the windows in your property, be sure to visit the Brackenwood website today. We specialised in high-quality double glazed windows and will gladly help you to choose the perfect style for your home. No matter whether you’re looking for timber vertical sliding sash windows or uPVC top hung casement windows, we will be able to help. When you turn to our team, you will be able to choose everything from the finish and the furnishings to the glass designs, so you will never have to worry about your new windows not suiting your home.