March 24, 2021
4 Perks of Picture Windows
It can be tricky choosing the right windows for your home. Fortunately, we’re here to help! At Renewal by Andersen, you can pick from a variety of styles, colors, and grille options. We guarantee long-lasting, energy-efficient windows with an unbeatable warranty.
If you’re looking to replace large windows in your home, we recommend energy-efficient picture windows. With sleek frames and a maximized glass surface, they’re perfect for enjoying the view outside.
Do you need more convincing? Here are four of our favorite picture window perks:
1. They work well with other windows.
If you want to add extra appeal to your home’s exterior, combine window styles. Picture windows pair well with double-hung or casement windows to combine functionality with style. Casement or double-hung windows will increase ventilation while the picture window adds a dramatic look. Picture windows also look especially great when paired with specialty windows in vaulted living rooms. No matter your design goal, we will find a solution for you.
2. Picture windows make your room look bigger.
Ideal for kitchens or living rooms, picture windows give the impression that your room is larger than it actually is. Their stationary design allows for much larger sizes, so they can accommodate any room and bring the beauty of the outdoors in.
3. You’ll enjoy more natural sunlight.
With maximal glass surface, picture windows are perfect for letting in natural light, particularly in rooms with hard to reach spaces such as high walls or vaulted ceilings.
4. They're durable and low maintenance.
Because picture windows are stationary, there are no moveable parts to break, and they require little maintenance. They’re built with our exclusive Fibrex® composite material, which supports the window’s size and weight without issue. Plus, we offer High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass for picture windows, which features an innovative coating that helps reduce water spots by 99% when activated by the sun and blocks 84% of UV rays to help prevent sun fade on your furniture and window treatments.