You might not think so, but choosing the right windows for your kitchen is a difficult and complex process. There are so many factors to consider. You want to match your home’s architectural style, but you also need to think about ventilation, letting in or blocking out sunshine, and complementing the interior style of your home.
Installing the right replacement windows in San Diego will make your kitchen feel and look bigger. It will also make the space more functional and beautiful. With virtually endless possibilities, you can enhance your kitchen in ways you might not have considered. Here are a few options to consider.
These windows hinge on one side and usually open outwards with the use of a hand crank. Some can also be manually pushed open. These windows are versatile and practical. You can group them in one long plane to give your kitchen a clean, bright, contemporary look.
Bay or Garden Window
Want a better view of your expansive back yard? The bay window creates a small nook where you can peek out and see everything. You can put a fixed window in the middle with double-hung or casement windows on either side to allow for proper ventilation. There would also be plenty of room if you wanted to grow kitchen herbs in the window.
While not the most popular style, there are many defining qualities that make these windows unique and great for the kitchen. They open and close vertically and don’t protrude. As such they work well for rooms like kitchens that might be directly connected to terraces, decks, or patios. They are also good for smaller spaces, like over the sink and between cabinets because both sashes slide and you can get optimal ventilation.
These are another highly popular kitchen window in San Diego, CA. However, instead of opening vertically, these open horizontally. Because these are often larger than single and double-hung windows, you get a better view and more natural light. They are also easy to operate and allow fresh air into your home.
Radius or Arched Picture Windows
Looking to make a statement? This window will certainly accomplish that. The bottom portion of the window is a rectangle and the top is an arch. Unfortunately, these windows are fixed. This means there are no mechanical parts to maintain, but also no ventilation options.
If you do a lot of outdoor entertaining, these accordion style windows can open up an entire stretch inside the window frame. If the kitchen window opens up onto the back patio or deck, you can install an outdoor bar and create a pass-through to help cater to your guests.
These windows are installed in the ceiling. They let in natural light and are most often used in bedrooms or bathrooms because they still offer privacy. However, using them in the kitchen is a fun divergence from the norm.
Ready to commit to new kitchen windows? Let the professionals at Pelican Replacement Windows help you. We will make sure you get the best style for your home, needs, and budget. Call 760-598-6422 or visit us at 2210 La Mirada Dr, Vista, CA 92081.