What are the Most Common Types of Replacement Windows?
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What are the Most Common Types of Replacement Windows?

When you’re looking for ways to update your home, replacement windows offer a high return on investment for what you put in. When you’re in the process of choosing new windows for your home, the space and function of your new windows will inform your decision. At Budget Exteriors in Minnesota, we offer a wide range of replacement windows from Soft-Lite®. In this post, we’ll talk about the replacement window options available from Soft-Lite® and their various uses to take the guesswork out of window replacement. Give us a call to order your new replacement windows or get a free quote on window installation.

Vinyl Windows from Soft-Lite®

Vinyl windows are one of the most common types of replacement windows for modern homes due to their high performance and durability. Modern vinyl windows capture the look of traditional wood grain but they look and function better longer. Vinyl windows can withstand weather and wind to a greater degree than traditional wood and won’t swell, warp, or rot. They’re also resistant to mildew and mold, which can cause health problems for occupants of a home.

These are the most common types of replacement windows:

1.    Double-Hung Windows

Double-hung windows are classic window designs that are typically installed in most homes. A double-hung window has both an upper and lower sash that slide both up and down vertically. They’re also highly energy-efficient windows that can help to reduce your energy costs.

2.    Casement Windows

Casement windows are windows that work well in kitchens and other hard-to-reach spaces. Casement windows can be easily opened through the use of a simple folding crank and swing outward by a hinge.

3.    Sliding Windows

Sliding windows offer a contemporary appeal for modern homes and glide open from side to side to allow plenty of ventilation into a home. They’re also easy to clean and use. Sliding windows from Soft-Lite offer effortless operating with tandem brass rollers and easy-to-clean sashes.

Call our Minnesota Window Installers

In addition to casement, sliding, and double-hung windows, we also offer bay windows, bow windows, awning windows, egress windows, and garden windows. Once you’ve decided what type of window you wish to install in your home, you’ll need to decide on a style. Soft-Lite windows are available in Bainbridge, Barrington, Imperial Elite, Pro, Barcelona, Elements, and Classic Plus style.

To connect with our Budget Exteriors window installers, give us a call at 952.887.1613 or contact us online and get your free quote. We look forward to installing beautiful windows in your home.

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