Windows and doors allow the flow of natural light into the interior spaces your home. However, opening up your windows and doors can mean unwittingly allowing a whole host of unwanted things into your home – insects, organic materials carried in by the wind, and even the unwanted gaze of neighbours.
Natural light doesn’t just cut down on the cost of electricity; it’s the most powerful light you can bring into your the home, as it’s a healthy and natural way to enjoy the indoors. Natural light also brings with it warmth and vitamin D, helping to make rooms comfortable and cozy, even in the dead of winter. Another benefit of natural light that often goes ignored is its ability to freshen the air in a room. We’ve all had an experience of a dark, musty-smelling room that doesn’t get much natural light. These rooms are never comfortable to spend any length of time in. Natural light is one of the best ways to clear odor out of a space.
Versatile and stylish, awning and casement windows can enhance virtually any home’s design. Letting in lots of light, improving airflow and providing unobstructed views of the landscape, they have many advantages. But, whether you’re looking to replace your current windows, you have existing casement windows in your home or you recently moved into a newly built apartment which has awning windows, the question of correctly screening them can seem a challenge.
Window furnishings, where do we start? Selecting the right windows coverings for your home is one of the most important decisions you will make when renovating. If you choose correctly this one item will do more than just look good. The right window furnishing can be hard at work providing privacy, light control, insulation and possibly security.