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Different Types Of Windows Used For Home Furnishing
Through windows one could get the glimpse of the beautiful world outside. Nature facing windows help one to
admire the trees, greeneries and the colorful butterflies. An east facing window allows one to feel the first ray of
the sun in the morning. Children are often seen sitting by the window to view the far off buildings or to view
activities of the vendors selling goods to the customers. Windows let the breeze and the natural light into the
home making the surroundings more positive and vibrant.
Most modern interior designers give special consideration to windows. As they prove to be the vital source to
invite the natural energy. Windows also help to define the style of traditional or modern house or a building.
They could be customized to suit the changing tastes and needs of the property owner. Although the push-out
windows are the most common type of windows installed in homes, there are several more available options.
Double hung windows: This type of window has two sashes that slide vertically up and down in the frame. They
can open wide from either the top or the bottom, but they remain inside the frame. In a single-hung window,
only the bottom part of the window operates while the top part remains stationary.
Casement windows: These hinged windows operate by a turn of a crank, they can be hinged on the left or the
right to open outward.
Awning windows: Hinged at the top, awning windows open outward to let in air from the left or right and the
bottom. They can be installed above, below or alongside a stationary or operating window.
Picture window: They are large stationary windows that lets in the maximum amount of light and see beautiful
Transom window: A small stationary or operable window mounted above the door or a window to let more light.
Often multi colored glasses are used by these windows
Sliding window: Commonly used house window that has at least one that slides horizontally past the other
window or combination of windows connected using a channel, sliding vertically over or past the other operating
Customizable window: These are custom built stationary windows which could be customized into any corner or
shape of the house.
Most windows have either single or double glazed glass. Single glazed glass is a simple single pane of glass
that could be mounted on a wooden frame. Double glazed windows are a factory sealed unit that have two
panes of glass separated by an air space. Double glazed unit has been sealed so that the air in between the
glass sheet is thoroughly dried and the space is air tight. Double glazed windows provide good energy
efficiency and minimizes the noise. For double glazing window unit installation and replacement, Glaziers
Twickenham - RJM Glass will prove to be an ideal choice.
Large operable windows are the energy source for a residential household that nurtures healthy living. Windows
that are nature facing not only soothes the eye but also allows one to admire the trivial aspect of the wonderful