Outdoor living continues to be one of the hottest trends in the residential sector, and that includes remodels. The COVID-19 pandemic has elevated the desire to have private space just beyond your doors. Now, more than ever, with the popularity of year-round outdoor gatherings, indoor-outdoor spaces are a top project.
Builders and homeowners sometimes feel they must choose between new wood windows that look beautiful and replacement windows that can be easily installed. The Siteline® Pocket and Sash Pack product suite make it possible to have both. Installation is easy and the result is a beautiful, clean, finished look.
A view of natural surroundings is guaranteed to make any design project more desirable and successful. In the third of our four-part blog series on wood windows, we explore the design flexibility, aesthetic impact, and durability of using wood windows to enhance the view.
“Build tight, ventilate right” is a mantra among high-performance builders. Their homes are highly insulated and tightly sealed to prevent drafts and include efficient mechanical systems and well-insulated windows to maintain clean, comfortable indoor air. But where does the moisture go?
Explore JELD-WEN’s suite of large window wall systems spanning varying sizes, features, and panel configurations.
Explore four different examples of how builders used newly fabricated windows that were custom-built to meet historical requirements.
The need to differentiate applies to players across the building industry, including building product manufacturers. What really distinguishes one wood window maker from another? To answer that question, let’s take a quick trip to America’s rainiest location — Hilo, Hawaii.
Large expanses of glass continue to be one of the residential construction industry’s hottest trends. The clean lines, broad panes of glass, and elegant simplicity deliver remarkable looks, open sightlines, and a seamless connection from indoors to out.
BIM is an approach to design and construction. It’s built around a digital model of the home and draws on a database that spans costs, engineering specs, and schedules — a one-stop resource.
It’s no secret that homeowners are veering more toward the modern and contemporary in their style choices. And that minimalism includes the window market, where it’s manifesting itself in the form of clean lines, simple shapes, dark colors, and more glass. Beyond looks, homeowners expect high performance in the form of efficiency, functionality, and durability.
Here are seven window trends that are very popular with consumers this year.