Windows and doors can make your interior brighter and more comfortable. Choosing the right styles can boost your home’s curb appeal and even increase its value. At Renewal by Andersen®, we offer windows and doors in a wide range of sizes, shapes, colors and finishes to complement your home’s architecture. But how do you effectively combine different patio door and window styles?——————————————– CONTINUE READING ——————————————–Hinged French Patio Doors With Double-Hung WindowsThese are two of the most classic door and window styles. While hinged French patio doors and double-hung windows are both simple styles, they have an elegant appeal. One way you can make this combination stand out is by adding seating inside the house, below the double-hung windows. This way, you can enjoy your outdoor view without having to actually go outside. Hinged French Patio Doors With an Arched Transom WindowA transom is a horizontal beam that separates the door from the window above it. Most French doors come with rectangular transom windows. A semi-oval transom window beautifully complements and softens the angular parts of a French door. Arched transom windows should be the same length as your hinged French doors. You can easily achieve this combination by taking the door-to-window ratio into consideration. You can also ask your window replacement contractor for help with the measurements. Sliding Patio Doors With Picture WindowsFixed picture windows paired with operable sliding doors provide a classic look for any home. This combination will provide you with wider outdoor views and more natural light while protecting you from harsh elements and weather. At Renewal by Andersen of Northwest Ohio, we install some of the most energy-efficient replacement windows and doors in the industry. Our windows feature advanced, energy-efficient materials that can help you save on heating and cooling costs. Call us at (419) 931-6970, or fill out our contact form for a free in-home consultation. We work with homeowners in Findlay, OH.
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