Customize your new windows by combining styles and materials that create a unique look for your home. Mixing and matching between different materials and manufacturers will help you get the exact replacement windows that you want. Read on for some ideas on how to combine window types and materials:
- Wood and Vinyl
Your kitchen and family room will look amazing from both the inside and outside with a combination of wood and vinyl window frames. Andersen’s wood windows will add a touch of elegance to the interior, while providing an increased R-value. Match them on the exterior with Anlin’s vinyl windows, which require very little maintenance and can be easily molded to create the replacement window shape you want.
- Wood and Fiberglass
Choose a beautiful wood window from Marvin for your living room or office. With wood choices like pine, cherry, oak, mahogany, and fir, you can create a modern décor. Pair them with fiberglass exterior windows from Milgard. Fiberglass will give you better insulation, the best R-values of any window material, and great durability. Ask your window company for more information about fiberglass windows.
- Fiberglass and Vinyl
If you want to combine window materials that will last for years with almost no maintenance, then go for fiberglass and vinyl. Milgard fiberglass combined with Anlin vinyl windows will make a great addition to any room. Since neither material is negatively affected by moisture, you can use this custom look in the bathroom to fill it with more natural light.
Ask the window experts at Custom Exteriors, Inc. for help choosing the perfect window combination for each room of your house. As the best window and door company in the Bay Area, we can help you find your ideal new doors and windows. For more information, call (888) 957-7800.