It is our experience that many people are unaware of the existence of window trends within the realm of the replacement window industry; nonetheless, these trends are most certainly present. This holds true for any project that you wish to undertake in the realm of home improvement, whether it pertains to the sort of insulations that are most commonly being put or the windows that people are selecting for their homes.
If you are interested in learning more about window replacements, check out the three most prevalent types of replacement windows, and then call Progressive Insulation & Windows at (800) 500-6200.
Windows that are effective in saving energy
It has been a number of years since energy-efficient windows have been one of the most popular types of windows to purchase. When asked about their priorities, people who are in the market for new windows typically rank increased energy efficiency either first or second on the list. It is quite unlikely that this tendency will abate any time soon.
People not only want to lessen the negative effects of climate change, but they also want to cut down on the amount they spend on their monthly power bills. Both of these objectives may be assisted by installing windows that are energy efficient.
Windows that are resistant to impact
It used to be that only homes in hurricane-prone locations such as Florida and some other southern states would invest in impact-resistant windows, but these windows are becoming increasingly popular across the country.
For instance, if a house is situated next to a golf course, the windows may be designed to withstand impact from a golf ball rather than shattering. They are also less prone to break as a result of children playing with them, and they even add an additional layer of security because it is more difficult to get into them. This development is one that we anticipate continuing for a good number of years to come.
Windows with colored casings
White window frames used to be the default option, but now there are plenty of other colors available. It is likely that it will continue to be the most popular hue for a very long time; but, we are seeing a lot more people choose black frames than we did in the past.
It, like the color white, can be paired with virtually any other color. It blends well with both bright and dark colors, and it offers the same degree of contrast that white does, despite the fact that it is a distinct possibility. Even while we do not know how long black will continue to be in style, we do believe that it is a versatile enough option that it will probably not seem antiquated anytime in the near future.
We are able to assist you in locating the windows that will serve your needs most effectively
No matter how you look at it, there simply aren’t any windows that are going to be a great fit for every single person. What we can say at Progressive Insulation & Windows is that we are pleased to discuss our alternatives with you no matter what kind of windows you want or how much money you have to spend. This is true regardless of the budget that you have.
If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at (800) 500-6200, and if you’d like to see the different alternatives in person, feel free to stop by.