5 Must-Have Window Designs For Your Home

5 Must-Have Window Designs For Your Home

5 Must-Have Window Designs For Your Home

A modern window can have a huge impact on your existing home design, whether you are working on a new build or replacing older, worn-out profiles. Modern windows let more light into your home, creating a brighter and more welcoming environment. Here at Ecostar, we offer a range of modern and high-performing window designs for you to choose from.

All our windows are crafted using premium materials to ensure they perform as well as they look. As well as improving the energy efficiency, security and weatherproofing of a home, they add kerb appeal to any property in your local area. We use our years of experience in the double glazing industry to help you update your home with our premium window designs.

Here are 5 must-have window designs for your home improvement project.

Casement Windows

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Casement windows are one of the most popular window designs for home improvement projects and for a good reason. They are easy to clean, deliver excellent natural light and can be customised to suit any home.

Casement windows are long and wide, making them ideal for installations in warm climates. These designs can be opened inwards and angled to steer the natural breeze into your property.

Casement windows are low maintenance and energy efficient. The fixed pane feature will help boost the energy efficiency of your home. These windows are installed with weather-resistant double glazing to help protect your home all year round.

Awning Windows

Awning windows are similar to casement windows, except these designs have hinges on the top. They open outward, providing improved ventilation and flooding a space with natural light. This style of window works well in confined spaces, such as in a bathroom or kitchen.

By opening from the top, awning windows will help you improve your building’s ventilation whilst also protecting the space from the rain. These windows will act as a barrier between your home and the outside world, keeping water, winds and dust outside.

These designs are versatile and make the perfect replacement windows because they are combined with other types that look fantastic in your home.

Bow and Bay Windows

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If you want to make a small room feel larger, bow and bay windows are the ideal investment. Bow and bay windows look similar but they have major shape and length differences.

Bay windows are comprised of three windows of varying sizes, which together create a rounded appearance from the outside. A bow window comprises three to six windows of equal size and shape, for a cleaner and elegant look.

When installed ahead of the exterior wall of a home, they will expand a room. By extruding from the property, you will benefit from enhanced panoramic views and create a new space for storage or seating.

Double Hung Windows

Double hung windows have two movable sashes that move up and down, unlike single hung designs which have a stationary top sash. Both sashes can also be tilted in to improve ventilation and make them easier to look after.

Double hung windows have a distinctive vertical sliding action which makes them a practical addition to any property. They have a traditional appearance but are crafted using modern uPVC and are fitted with state-of-the-art security features.

 If you have outdated and underperforming timber profiles, this style will make the ideal investment for you. They will never bow, warp, peel or chip, even after frequent exposure to adverse weather conditions.

Tilt and Turn Windows

Tilt and turn windows are one of the most practical and versatile window styles available in the market. They have a unique functionality to them, making them stand out in the double glazing industry. These designs are designed to tilt inwards, making it easier to clean them.

The tilt and turn function will also increase ventilation in your home without compromising on security. They are commonly fitted into apartment buildings or upper stories, due to the fact you can clean them from inside the building.

We ensure our tilt and turn windows are fabricated using high-grade uPVC to ensure they can handle the elements and offer increased weather protection for your peace of mind. Our range of tilt and turn windows can easily be matched with a casement window or another uPVC window design, they can even be incorporated into a bay window.

All these designs make stylish and welcome additions to your home. Whichever you prefer, we can help. So, if you’d like to know more, why not contact us or request a quote today? We can’t wait to hear from you.

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