Looking for replacement windows in Bradenton, FL? At Armored Dade Windows & Shutters we specialize in offering a wide assortment of impact resistant window styles. Here are some of the most popular options we offer:
Single Hung Windows
These traditional windows feature two sashes. One is fixed and the other moves up and down to open the bottom portion. These windows are generally taller than they are wide. They are great for ventilation and can house window mounted A/C units. That said, the seals on these windows often wear down over time and eventually develop air and moisture leaks. Because they do not project outside these windows can work anywhere.
Double Hung Windows
These are much like single hung windows, only with this version both panes move up and down. You can open both the top and bottom for natural air circulation. But again, these styles are more likely to develop leaks. You can install them in any room in the home including bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, and bathrooms.
Another popular style, sliding windows feature a sash that moves horizontally across a fixed pane. Because these windows do not need extra space to open they work well in almost any room in the house. They are also called gliding windows, or horizontal sliders for obvious reasons.
These replacement windows hinge to one side and swing out, opening much like a door. Usually, these windows open with a crank. They are perfect for harder to reach areas like behind a sofa or above the kitchen sink. Also, these windows create an even tighter seal when the wind blows against the glass, which is great for efficiency and security.
These are much like casement windows, only they hinge at the top. So when the window opens the sash creates a small awning over the opening. This keeps the rain out while still allowing fresh air inside. These windows work well in almost any room in the house including bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and second story windows.
Bay or Bow Windows
Both bay and bow windows feature multiple windows installed as a single unit. A bay window features three windows with the flanking windows set on an angle so the installation projects outward. A bow window features four or more windows set on a curve, adding a pocket of space to the room. These work well in living spaces as well as the master bedroom.
These fixed windows do not open or close. They are usually larger panes of glass featuring an unobstructed view of the outside, creating “picture” for the onlooker. Most people choose to install picture windows in living rooms, family rooms, or formal sitting areas.
These are specialty windows that feature an arch at the top, perfect for a more dramatic aesthetic. You can install radius windows above another window installation or door to add some height and more natural light to a room.
For more information about Bradenton, FL replacement windowscall (941) 798-9010. Our design experts can help you navigate the pros, cons, and prices of each window style. And with our top-notch window replacement and installation, we can guarantee complete customer satisfaction. Stop by Armored Dade Windows & Shutters at 8112 Cortez Rd. West, Bradenton, FL. 34210 to check out some of our products today.