The type of windows you have in your home can make a big difference. The style of window you invest in can not only change the aesthetics of a room, but also dictate how much light is let into your home. There are various types of windows you can have in your home and in the latest blog post from Williams Windows, we take a look at various types of windows and their qualities.
An arched window will add architectural detail to your space. Often seen in the Roman era, this type of window adds traditional elegance, whilst still complimenting a modern home.
There are various types of arched windows on the market and an advantage of these windows is that they come in a plethora of versatile designs, meaning you can truly customise their appearance to suit our own style.
Bay windows are set away from the walls on the house and typically comprise of a set of three windows. Bay windows are great for opening up a space and providing the feeling of more room. A major advantage of bay windows is that they let in a great deal of light, with the angled windows capturing more light than a standard single window.
A bow window is similar to a bay window but comprises of five windows to give a rounded appearance to the outside of the house.
Casement windows are great for ventilation as they open out at an angle, allowing you to capture the breeze passing the windows. A casement window is hinged at the side on two different window panes.
Here at Williams Windows, we have been supplying and fitting a wide range of windows for many years. What’s more, you can even choose the type of locking mechanism used on your window to match your security requirements.