Different windows work in different ways. If you’ve never replaced windows in your home or business before, the options may seem overwhelming. At Goverla Windows and Doors, our team will help you find the right fit for your space by selecting from these style options. For more personalized recommendations, call us today to discuss your new window needs.
Double-hung windows offer versatility that makes them a top choice for homeowners. Both top and bottom sashes are moveable, providing options for air ventilation.
With the turn of a crank, casement windows let in lots of air and light without being obstructed by your blinds or curtains. They have a sleek look and modern lines.
With horizontal operation, sliding windows are a low-maintenance avenue to bring fresh air inside. You can customize how many panels are moveable depending on the room and space.
As a window material, vinyl takes the prize! It is strong, chip-resistant, energy-efficient, and mainly maintenance-free. These benefits signify why vinyl is a popular option.
Wood windows level up your home with classic and natural elegance but can require more maintenance over the years. Wood is seen as a good insulator against weather, drafts, and sound.
Frame up your property’s prettiest view with a new picture window. While they do not have moving or opening components, they function as the best view in the house.
With awning windows, you will not have to worry as much about rainy days finding their way inside your home. This option is a functional and safe way to add ventilation without the worry of soggy floors and carpets.
Your basement windows are an important piece of your home’s “foundation” as they need to be sealed up tight to prevent leaks and well insulated to keep out drafts.
Arched windows can add a touch of elegance to any home. They can let in more light and can make a small space feel more open and airy.
Bay windows are a great way to add natural light and ventilation to your home. They are composed of three window panels, with the two outer panels angled inward and the middle panel remaining parallel to the wall.
Installing bow windows in your home can add grace and charm to both your interior and exterior. Unlike bay windows, bow windows are typically made up of four to five window panels that are joined together to form a curved shape.
At Goverla Windows and Doors, our team of installation experts is ready to help you select and install the best windows for your needs and budget. Reach out to us today by phone or online to get started.
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