There are times when the tried-and-true choice is the best one. The same principle applies if you’re after a style that blends in with the neighborhood, whether you’re doing it for aesthetics or simple conformity. It helps to choose window styles that are also tried-and-true. Here are the top windows in Omaha that we recommend for your home:
Double-hung windows may be an obvious choice, but in a good way. They can fit in just about any kind of architecture while the sliding mechanism is unobtrusive, practical, and traditional. Despite the singular design, it can be personalized depending on the choice of grilles. In addition to the typical six-over-six design, you can choose as many as 12-over-12 for Federal or Georgian architecture, or something as simple as Prairie grilles if you wish to frame a view.
Our double-hung Omaha windows boast modern features. Unlike traditional double hung windows, you can tilt the sashes for easy cleaning. The frames are made of Fibrex® material, a composite of reclaimed wood fibers and polymer, that combines the strength and stability of wood with the low maintenance benefits of vinyl. It can keep its shape even when exposed to extreme temperatures. This ensures that you won’t experience stuck or hard to operate sashes.
Casement windows are another great all-rounder, with so many practical uses in addition to their stylistic flexibility. A crank allows one-handed operation, which is perfect for people with accessibility issues. Casement windows have the best sealing mechanism because unlike most windows, the seal meets the frame head-on.
Bay or Bow Windows
If you want to add visual and physical space to your home without taking up additional floor space, then bay or bow windows are exactly what you need. For the unfamiliar, bay windows have three or four sides forming a trapezoid-shaped bay, while bow windows have five or more sides of equal size forming a more graceful bow shape. The seats formed by the bay or bow shape can be purposed into seats or additional storage.