If you have a non-standard window shape in your home, specialty window replacement might be the right solution. Renewal by Andersen in New Jersey and the New York Metro area produces specialty windows in a range of shapes, including round, oval, and arched. This selection helps homeowners find the right size for their home. In addition, specialty windows are made from Fibrex, which is 2 times stronger than vinyl and performs better under extreme temperatures.
Specialty windows from Renewal by Andersen feature unique design features and operate differently from standard windows. For more information, consult a representative at your local Pella distributor. This representative will measure your current windows and recommend specialty windows that match your design preferences. For example, if you want a window that looks more like an old-fashioned house, consider getting a wood specialty. If you want a window that matches the style of a new home, ask the consultant to help you select a window with a similar grille pattern.
If you want to enjoy a great view, picture windows are the perfect option. They bring a beautiful light into any room. And, because they cannot be opened, they are energy-efficient. They are ideal for places that can't be reached by standard windows. In addition to enhancing your view, specialty windows also make your home look great and reduce your daily electrical lighting requirements. Moreover, studies have shown that natural light has positive health benefits, particularly when it comes to regular sleep cycles.
When choosing specialty window replacement, the location of the windows also matters. Most windows are standard sizes for bedroom, bathroom, and foyer windows. Decorative and specialty windows can add to your window replacement budget. The right choice for your home can make the difference between an expensive and an efficient home. A professional window installer can help you choose the best type of window replacement for your home. It's always best to check the local regulations before choosing a window replacement company.
The price of specialty window replacement depends on the type of window you have. A single hung window can cost around $200 to $400 while a double-hung window will cost up to several thousand dollars. A complicated installation can cost up to $1200. A standard window replacement job can take between an hour and six hours, while a complex project can cost up to eight or more. You can save money by getting a free estimate from a window installer.
New construction windows are typically made of a nail-fin frame and are designed for new construction homes. This installation method is more comprehensive, however, and is the best choice for homes with exterior wood deterioration. It allows window installers to access wall voids and maximize glass space. In addition, new construction windows can be installed on existing homes. However, they may cost more than insert windows. In this case, the full-frame window may be the best option.