Windows by H3R Contracting
Windows are rarely talked about, but they are a vital component of every home. Some of the things windows do for your home include:
With years of experience serving homeowners in the area, H3R Contracting understands the importance of quality window repair, selection, placement and installation more than anyone else in the field. Our team of seasoned contractors have excellent buyer relationships with the most professional window distributors in the area, ensuring that only the most highly esteemed windows will be installed in your family’s home. Call today to have your windows installed.
Common Types of Residential Window Installation
H3R Contracting is known for our efficient and quick window installations. Some of the most common types of windows our contractors are known for installing or repairing are the following:
Awning windows are a beautiful choice for every home that maximize light and air-flow in any home. Usually installed in bedrooms and other rooms where both privacy and comfort are preferred. Awning windows can be installed in columns, next to other windows, or above patio doors.
We’ve all seen casement windows even if we don’t know them by name. This easy to operate window opens outward, allowing much light and air into their home. When closed, casement windows create a tight seal. This seal is great for its energy efficiency and in turn reduces electricity and heating costs. They are most perfect and practical above kitchen counters.
Double-Hung and Single-Hung Windows
Double hung windows may be appealing but be warned: these windows are one of the least energy efficient windows on the market today. Double hung windows as you have probably noticed can only be opened halfway, which winds up majorly restricting airflow. They are appealing to some homeowners because they are easy to clean, easy to repair and ideal for areas in your home like hallways where you might not want an open window to get in someone’s way.
Bay windows are excellent windows for any homeowner. They allow light to enter at different angles, and their large lateral panels can be opened to enable an unmatched airflow. Mainly, bay windows are installed in kitchens and family rooms. They typically do not come with screens, but still add so much beauty to your home.