When it comes time to replace windows, many Dayton home owners focus on the glass. But while it's important to put some thought into your glass options, you don't want to overlook your window frame material. There are several different window frame materials to choose from, the most common of which are aluminum, vinyl, wood, and wood composite materials like Fibrex®. To help you choose the best material for your needs, here's a quick comparison of your options.
Replacement windows can transform the look of any room, but there are special considerations to keep in mind when adding windows to your Dayton kitchen. Any area where food is prepared needs ventilation. Additionally, food particles and other debris can dirty your windows, making ease of cleaning a priority.
One option is casement windows, which are attached to their frame by hinges at the side. These easy-to-open windows are the perfect solution if you want to add some openness and plenty of natural light to your kitchen space.