Bay windows can make your home more aesthetically appealing, increase its value and provided added ventilation. They can be placed anywhere in your home and can be used as a reading nook, dining space or a sitting area.
Corner windows are usually utilized as a cozy seating area or reading nook. It’s always nice to lounge or read while enjoying a view. However, it can be tricky to add curtains or blinds to these windows.
At Homecraft Inc., our roofers and window installers only use high-quality products from leading providers. Some of our manufacturers use argon gas fills in thermal windows, also known as insulated glass units (IGU). They either have two or three panes of glass with a sealed space in between which is filled with gas.
When you look closely at your windows, there may be small signs of damage that you won’t immediately notice. Spotting them early on can actually help you avoid costly expenses. You can also save your home from additional structural damage.
Finding the right replacement windows can be tricky. Some homeowners look for practical, smoothly operating windows. Others look for those that can fit different designs, and look stylish. At Homecraft® Inc., we want to provide you with the best in terms of performance and appearance with our ProVia® Endure™ Replacement Windows. Discover what makes them so special today.
When you’re shopping around for replacement windows, knowing the different parts can help you make sense of the myriad options available. It also gives you the confidence to choose the exact types of windows your home needs. Here’s our overview of the parts that you will find in just about every window.