What to Look For in Kitchen Windows

A good way to provide sufficient light in the kitchen is by installing windows. However, careful consideration must be done for kitchen windows installation  to determine the style that will best suit your taste and requirements.

Kitchen Windows

If you are inexperienced with kitchen window styles, our professionals at Renewal by Andersen® of Atlanta have several styles to choose from. Each style’s characteristics are also featured to help you decide.

Double-hung Windows

This style is comprised of two moveable panels allowing you to open the window from the top, from the bottom or from both. Much so, it is easy to control the air flow inside and outside the home.  One safety feature of double-hung windows is its limited opening of up to 5 inches. Hence, homeowners with young kids or pets inside the home can feel at ease knowing that their loved ones cannot accidentally slip out of the window when it is open.

Sliding Windows

This consists of a paneled frame wherein the window can be rolled from side to side horizontally.  It can be opened from the right side, from the left side, or from both. Air flow is easier to control than with a double-hung due to its sliding feature.

Casement Windows

The main feature of casement windows is its ability to fully open. The smell that is sometimes produced when cooking can easily be eliminated. If you want more outside air circulating inside the house, then a casement window is the best choice for you. This low-maintenance window is also ideal to install in hard-to-reach places since it only requires one latch to open and close it.  

If you want quality windows for your kitchen, go to the window company you can trust. At Renewal by Andersen® of Atlanta, we are your leading provider of windows and window replacement services. Give us a call at (866) 609-5033 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Atlanta and other nearby areas.

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