Choosing the Perfect Window and Door for Your Home
With Simonton, you’re not only getting the ideal windows for your home, you’re getting the peace of mind that comes from over 65 years of experience. As the industry’s leader in homeowner satisfaction, we know that choosing the right windows and doors for your home can be somewhat of a challenge.
Follow these simple steps below to determine the best replacement window and door choice for your home and your family. The possibilities are endless, and that’s why we’re here to help you cut through the clutter.
1 – What type of improvement project is it?
Simonton offers a wide variety of replacement and new construction windows and patio doors for any project. Determining the type of project first can help your choose the right Simonton product to fit your needs.
- Are you building a new home? Click here to see our line of new construction windows.
- Are you remodeling or upgrading current windows? Click here to see our line of replacement windows.
2 – Choose Your Operating Style
Whether you are looking to add architectural detail to your home or hoping to gain better energy efficiency, there is a Simonton window or door style to fit every lifestyle and budget. Click here to learn more about operating styles.
3 – Learn About and Choose Style Options
All windows and doors have a variety of options to choose from. Be sure you are familiar with all the options to get just the look you want. Choose from a variety of popular exterior colors, interior colors, rich woodgrain laminates and custom hardware finishes, to create a custom style that fits your home décor. Match your new window hardware with your existing faucets; or choose a woodgrain laminate on your window interior that matches your hardwood flooring. Click here to see the many unique styling options.
4 – Choose your Glass and Grid Options
An assortment of energy-efficient glass package options allow you to customize your windows to help you achieve the maximum energy savings, no matter where you live. This can include the number of panes, to the gas that is in-between them. And a wide variety of grid patterns allow you to accentuate the architectural style of your home
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