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Select this option if you need multiple types or assistance in determining the best type for your project.

SKYLIGHTS
Allow natural light into top floor rooms such as attics that may not have walls for windows.

AWNING WINDOWS
Like casement windows, they crank out, but the sash opens upward instead of sideways.

STORM WINDOWS Protect older windows against energy inefficiency and are an economical option.

SLIDER/GLIDER
These windows feature a sliding track allowing the sashes to move left and right.

SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS Only the bottom sash opens. The top half of the window is stationary.

DOUBLE HUNG
Both sashes move up and down. Generally both sashes will pop in for easy cleaning.

BAY/BOW WINDOWS Generally protrude out from the exterior wall of a home, creating a wide view and wide window sill inside.

CASEMENT WINDOWS These windows crank out and allow maximum air flow in and out of a home.

BASEMENT EGRESS These maximize light in a basement and are also used for safety.

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Greenbelt Replacement Windows

Greenbelt replacement windows are an amazing way to freshen up your Bowie home. Throughout the state, MD residents are turning to vinyl for their Bowie window replacement materials. Vinyl is an amazing material that is highly energy efficient, durable, and easy to maintain. Compared to the options you will see that it may be the best option for your Maryland home windows. Some alternatives to vinyl are wood and aluminum. No matter what material you prefer, Greenbelt replacement windows can help you successfully and affordably remodel your home window fixtures.

Alternative Materials

The most common alternative material for Greenbelt replacement windows is wood. Wooden fixtures are probably what you already have in your Maryland home if it is over twenty years old. Wood is a great material that is aesthetically very hard to match. Wood fixtures are popular because Greenbelt residents love the organic feel and traditional beauty of wood. Wood can also be painted or stained to almost any desired color. And wood is also great because most homes are already wooden structure so it seems to mesh naturally into the home décor. And if you have wood furniture or cabinets in your home then wooden windows will match very well. For these reason wood is still the most popular choice for replacement windows.

But, there are some drawbacks to wood. Wood requires regular maintenance. It most be treated and stained to prevent exterior damage. The exteriors of your Greenbelt replacement windows will be exposed to the elements. If you do not take care of replacement wood fixtures they can become damaged by water and other elements. Wood is also subject to infestation by termites and rodents. Wood can also expand and contract due to changes in moisture and temperature. This can lead to problems after several years, especially if you do not properly take care of your replacement fixtures.

Wood is easy to patch and repair and can be very secure. Locking mechanisms and fasteners can easily be securely attached to wooden fixtures, keeping your home safe from intruders. But, as mentioned, wood's greatest appeal is the way it looks. Wooden Maryland window replacement fixtures can be milled and designed to match many different styles. If you have a theme or look that you are hoping to achieve in your Greenbelt house, wood may be your best bet. In older homes, wood looks and feels more natural then vinyl or aluminum. If you feel that you can properly maintain your wooden windows you may enjoy them more then any other options and you should not be discouraged.

Aluminum Frames

Aluminum is also popular in Greenbelt replacement windows. Aluminum is light and energy efficient. It also stands up well to moisture. It does not rust as easily as other metals. Aluminum is also great because it can provide your home with a more modern look. Many office and industrial buildings use aluminum because it is an affordable and stylish metal. But aluminum is also less practical for Greenbelt homes because it is not as affordable as vinyl. It is also not available in as many colors or textures. Aluminum cannot be fabricated as extensively as vinyl.

Vinyl Fixtures

There are many reasons why vinyl is the most popular choice for Greenbelt replacement windows. It is the most energy efficient of the three options. It does not transfer heat as quickly as aluminum, so your home will not be as affected by the outside temperature. And if you can reduce the affect of the elements on your home, you can reduce your heating bill during the cold Greenbelt winters and your air conditioning bills during the hot Greenbelt summers. More energy efficiency essentially means a decrease in your monthly utility bills. For this reason, many MD residents see vinyl replacement windows as an investment rather than an expense.

Vinyl is also becoming more popular for Greenbelt replacement windows because it is available in a large variety of styles, colors, grades, and textures. Many homeowners choose a higher grade, which essentially means thicker, vinyl to combat the extremes of the seasons. Vinyl windows are also available as double pane storm fixtures. But there are also stylistic reasons for choosing vinyl. It is increasingly available in styles, colors, and textures that were previously unavailable. Faux wood finishes are popular and many people are finding colors that match and coordinate with the existing décor of their Greenbelt homes.

All in all, Greenbelt replacement windows are a great way to beautify you homes, reduce your monthly bills, and increase the curb appeal of your home. And since it is an affordable remodel, many Bowie residents are finding options that fit perfectly into their budgets. You should get your Greenbelt replacement windows installed as soon as possible so all your neighbors can envy your home.

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