What to Expect When You’re Ordering a Custom Window

Sometimes, installing generic replacements for your old windows just doesn’t quite fit your specifications or preferences. In cases like this, a more customized approach is necessary. In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Cincinnati discusses the things to expect when you’re shopping for a custom window. 

Custom Window

The Style of the Window Matters

When it comes to replacement windows, style is everything. The style of the window will determine its energy efficiency, ventilation, functionality, and, of course, aesthetic appearance. Our specialty windows can be customized in a range of styles such as double-hung, casement, picture, or bay and bow windows. These come in a range of shapes and configurations that can easily bring out the beauty of your home. When you work with us, we can help you create a custom look for your home that matches your specifications.

Window Placement

The location of your new windows is almost as important as the style. Consider what your top priorities are for your window. Are you looking to enhance a view, or to obtain greater privacy? Do you want more daylighting or less? We can help you zero in on your priorities and advise you on where to place your windows to achieve your goals. Window and Frame Measurements The size that your old window used to occupy is also an important thing to consider for custom window projects. Bay windows, for example, occupy a large space on the wall due to their design. We can come to your home and precisely measure the spaces where your new windows will go, ensuring that your custom replacement units fit perfectly.

At Renewal by Andersen® of Cincinnati, we can provide expert solutions for your custom window replacement project. We’ll help you find the perfect window for your home. Give us a call at (866) 609-5033 for a free estimate on our services. We install windows throughout Mason, Sharonville, and Loveland, OH.

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