If you are planning on replacing your windows, seize the moment to ask yourself if your current style of windows are meeting your needs. Are your current windows out of date or not giving you enough ventilation? Do you wish they could operate/vent in a different way? Do you need more light in a room than your current windows allow? You shouldn’t feel stuck with any specific style. At NextWave, we can work with you to change the style of window that is currently in your home, to a style that more closely fits your needs.
At Next Wave Construction, we take pride in enhancing the beauty and efficiency of your home through our expert window replacement services. Whether you want to upgrade your windows for better energy efficiency or need prompt window repair services, our skilled professionals are here to cater to your needs.
Our commitment to quality craftsmanship and top-notch materials ensures your windows look stunning and withstand the test of time. Transform your home’s appearance and energy efficiency with Next Wave Construction today!
Picture windows are unique in the fact that they do not open. Picture windows will typically allow the most light into your home due to the fact there is no hardware to obscure the glass. Because they are stationary, picture windows are usually the most energy efficient as well.
A double hung window consists of two operatable sashes. The top sash can slide down, while the bottom sash can slide up. This gives the homeowner a choice in how they would like to ventilate their room/home.
Slider windows open by sliding horizontally along a track located at the top and bottom of the window. Imagine a double hung window, just turned on its side. Slider windows can either be twin vent, or a 3 lite window with a picture window in the middle.
Casement windows are renowned for their full view. Casement windows have a “crank” style opening which will swing the window outwards. Casement windows typically have the best seal due to their locking mechanism and full seal around the window.
Bay/bow windows are built to project outward from the home. A bay window will have 3 windows with a larger projection, while a bow window will have 4+ windows with a softer projection. A bay/bow window will come with an interior seat and sometimes need their own roof built on top.
Much like a casement window, an awning window has hinges and a “crank” style handle. Unlike a casement window, an awning window will swing outward from the bottom.
Geometric windows come in multitudes of shapes and sizes. Geometric windows are stationary windows that are typically used in accents or are part of a larger window grouping.
An escape window is typically used in finished basements. An escape window looks exactly like a single hung window, only it has a latch on the side. In the event of an emergency, someone can open the latch and the whole window will swing open to allow for an easy escape.
All of our windows not only meet but exceed energy efficient guidelines. This not only will lower your home’s energy costs but will also give you a tax credit on your project as well!
Allow NextWave Construction the opportunity to provide you with the exterior craftsmanship your neighbors will envy.