Starting afresh and putting up a new house is equally exciting and challenging. You surely want to get everything done quickly, precisely and according to the highest standards. Before you get to the decorating part, there is an important choice affecting not only the looks of both the exterior and the interior but also house efficiency, and general comfort of living.
Buying new windows: your how-to guide
Reasonable windows choice has to include a couple of things. Looks is definitely one of them, but functionality follows it right away. Analysis of some vital parameters makes certain window choices especially popular and worth considering.
Hinged on the side, they open like a door to either left or right. No need for lifting or pulling. Full top-to-bottom ventilation is a crucial feature for every space with limited access and additional need for effortless fresh air flow, such as a kitchen or bathroom. Traditional colour palettes include white, black, brown and grey.
Tilt & Turn windows
Compromises work quite well in terms of interpersonal relationships but they are the most fortunate when your comfort is at stake. Sometimes you just need a bit of the outside air or you don’t want to invite this whole bunch of flies to get on your freshly baked cake. It may also be that you’re planning on saving some space and using it as ergonomically as possible. Tilt & turn windows that can either open completely or just at the top leave all the options open.
There is no solution saving you more room than sliding systems. Up-down opening and closing is a very stylish and a very English concept. What’s great about their practicality is that you don’t have to remove anything from the cill to open up the window and you can be sure that a sudden wind won’t close it blusteringly as it does sometimes to other window types.
You decide which material, colour and glazing type suits your new house best, while we make it happen. At Homeefe you’ll get all types of windows with a chance to personalize them as much as you wish. Do you want to have professional help along the way? Reach out and let us be your guide on the path to choosing windows for a new house.