FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Standard Windows & Doors LLC Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer financing?
Yes! We offer financing through Sunlight Financial to alleviate the pressure of your window replacement and installation. Give us a call today for more information on our financing options.
What are bay windows?
Typically, bay windows are installed as a three-panel frame with a picture window assorted in the middle. The two side panels are not stationary and allow you to open them if the airflow is your priority. At Standard Windows and Doors, we know what configurations and styles will best match the architectural design of your home. This is important since bay windows can come in a vast variety of designs. Contact us today to get started finding the best window for your needs!
What are picture windows?
Picture windows are stationary windows, which means they do not open or provide airflow. Think of a picture frame, hence where this unique style got its name. While they’re not the best option if you’re looking to contribute to the flow of fresh air in your home, they’re something to keep in mind if you’re looking to improve the amount of natural light in certain rooms. There is a variety of window styles that are best suited for your home. Give us a call today for more information.
What are casement windows?
Casement windows are a fantastic way to improve the curb appeal of your home. Like picture windows, they provide an unobstructed view of the outdoors and a tremendous amount of natural light to whatever room they’re in. However, they possess the incredibly useful ability to crank open to allow airflow into your home. For a crank window to accurately be called a casement window, the window must be hinged at the sides and open outward, almost like a door with a cranking mechanism. This allows airflow into your home and is ultimately easier to clean and maintain, mostly due to the fact that these windows don’t have sashes that you’d need to worry about. Awning windows are very similar in style but they are hinged at the top. Give us a call to learn more about these two window styles and their differences.
What are double-hung windows?
What classifies a window as double-hung is its unique ability to open both the bottom and top sash. The sashes, or the panes on your window that actively move when you open your windows, can also be tilted for ease of cleaning. You can move both sashes up and down as you wish, giving you various options to optimize air-flow efficiency. If you think double-hung windows are right for you, give us a call to get started on the window replacement you will love!