A bathroom remodel should make function a factor just as much as visuals. It’s very much possible to achieve the best of both worlds. One way to do this is by incorporating a bathroom window.
Why Add a Window for a Bathroom?
Most residential bathrooms lack a window. Or, they have a petite one that barely lets light shine through. A typical size window boosts natural sun rays and makes the confined space feel airier and more spacious. This is especially so when the light bounces off the vanity mirror.
A window also means scaling back on electricity since you won’t need to switch the light on during the daytime.
In addition, a window is a huge opening, a major benefit since the bathroom is the room most susceptible to moisture. The opened window acts as ventilation; it’s an eco-friendly alternative to using the exhaust fan.
On the visual side, installing a window adds an endless range of décor possibilities. Add your preferred style of curtains or valences. From the exterior, a window will match quite nicely with the siding wall.
Top Window Options for the Bathroom
We suggest either a sliding glass or double-hung window. Vinyl windows in double pane glass are a terrific selection because they minimize heat loss. They also lessen heat transfer that occurs through the frames.
Low-emissivity glass is another trendy option. This lets the light through while blocking out the majority of the heat. This glass style also traps heat when temperatures are higher inside, thus keeping the bathroom mildly comfortable.
We’ll Install a Functional Bathroom Window for Your Deer Park Home
Arranging a bathroom renovation? Contact Exteriors Unlimited to add a new window or replace an outdated one. Our gallery showcases a few of the living room and bathroom windows we’ve installed for homeowners all over Deer Park.
Bathroom Window Installation in Deer Park
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