Designing a Rental Home: Why Your Facade Matters

Designing a Rental Home: Why Your Facade Matters

When designing a rental home, you may think the interior is the only part you should focus on. And while it’s true the look, design, and ergonomics of your interiors are vital, you shouldn’t skip the exterior.

Designing a Rental Home: Why Your Facade Matters

Renewal by Andersen® of Cincinnati discusses why your facade matters when designing a rental home.

Windows And Exterior Appeal

Your rental home’s windows are arguably the most noticeable part of your frontage, acting as focal points for the entire property. It’s no secret an attractive facade is going to attract potential tenants, so choose your windows carefully. Casement windows remain the most popular design as they are versatile enough to fit any home. These windows also boast better airtight sealing compared to other windows.

Windows And Interior Space

Windows don’t just improve your rental home’s curb appeal. As an integral part of your interior spaces for ventilation and lighting, your windows also serve as focal pieces. This is especially true for rental homes with relatively small interior spaces.

Apart from the classic casement design, we also recommend installing double hung windows on your rental home. Because they don’t swing in or out, they conserve room space. Their design also blends well with both traditional and modern homes and they have a weathertight seal that rivals casement windows.

At Renewal by Andersen of Cincinnati, we frame all our windows with our exclusive Fibrex® composite material, which gives them greater strength and elemental resilience. The Low-E4® glass package we supply is similarly energy-efficient and can help reduce your energy costs.

Count on us for professional window installation. Give us a call at (866) 609-5033 for a free estimate on our services. We offer double-hung and casement windows throughout Cincinnati, West Chester, and other parts of Ohio.


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