Replacement windows come in many different types from many manufacturers. Our goal is to find the right type of window and manufacturer to suit your specific needs.
If your windows are hard to open, difficult to clean and letting in drafts the time is right to explore replacement windows for your Cleveland or Columbus home. With replacement double hung windows you'll not only enjoy energy efficient sashes to save heating and cooling costs, but can get windows which tilt in for easy cleaning - with designs to ramp up the curb appeal of your home.
In this page learn the benefits of two-sash windows, products options and how Cleveland Window and Clear Choice Window and Door (in Columbus) can professionally install your project (and give you the peace of mind of a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977. And if you have questions about this project - check out the frequently asked questions about double hung windows section.
Are you looking to replace your large wood or metal picture window because it leaks and causes too much heat gain on a sunny day? If so you'll want to read about vinyl picture windows from Cleveland Window and Clear Choice Window and Door (of Columbus).
In this page you'll learn about types of pictures windows, glass packages to save on heating costs and how to combine your big front window with double hung or casement windows to get uninteruppted views and air flow in any room of your house.
And if you have questions about fixed view windows - check out the frequently asked questions section. Finally - learn why Cleveland Window and Clear Choice are a sound choice. You'll get the peace of mind of a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977.
Why put up with sliding or gliding windows which are hard to open, don't seal well or rattle from side to side? New vinyl slider windows not only give you the large unobstructed views , but are also more energy efficient and water-tight than old aluminum, wood or steel units in most homes today.
In this page learn the benefits of 2 (or 3) sash horizontal sliding windows and product options add style to your home. Cleveland Window and Clear Choice Window & Door (in Columbus) can professionally install your project (and give you the peace of mind from a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977). And if you have questions , read the Frequently Asked Questions section of this page.
Why should you continue to be frustrated with a casement window which is hard to open and close, has a stripped crank, is impossible to clean from the inside or is fogged and doesn't seal well? With new vinyl casement windows you can enjoy easy-to-operate cranks, increase airflow, natural light and save money on heating and cooling.
In this page learn the benefits of a crank out casement window, products options and the answers to your frequently asked questions. In addition, learn how Cleveland Window and Clear Choice Window and Door (in Columbus) can professionally install your project (and give you the peace of mind from a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977).
If you're looking for a window with privacy, high energy efficient and can even give you ventilation when it's raining outside you owe it to yourself to research an awning window for your Cleveland or Columbus Ohio home.
You see awning windows - which are hinged at the top and open out - are a smart choice for kitchen, bathroom, basements and living rooms.
In this page you'll learn about the benefits, uses, options and frequently asked questions about awning windows. And when you choose them from Cleveland Window and Clear Choice Window and Door (of Columbus) you can't go wrong because you'll get the peace of mind of working with a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977.
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Benefits of an Awning Window
An awning window provides the following benefits:
Offers full ventilation. The entire sash of an awning window opens from the top to maximize airflow.
Privacy - since the awning window opens from the top, with obscure glass you can get air in a bathroom, while maintaining privacy.
Can be left open in the rain. Because an awning window opens outward, it prevents rain from entering. A crank at the bottom of the window allows it to be opened wide or only a few inches.
Increases light transmission. Unlike a horizontal or vertical sliding window, an awning window has a full sash without any bars through the middle to cut down light or views to the outside.
Works well in small spaces. A small awning window can be combined with other windows or placed above a sliding glass door. The smaller size of an awning window makes it perfect for use in bedrooms, dormers, kitchens, basements, showers and baths.
Reduces air and drafts. The sash compresses against the frame to provide a better seal than a sliding window.
Can provide shading from the sun. If you opt for tinted glass or internal blinds, an awning window can actually serve as a canopy window.
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Awning Window Product Features
Here are some popular features of awning windows from Cleveland Window and Clear Choice Window and Door of Columbus:
- Vinyl frames and sashes that won’t crack, chip, or peel
- Fusion-welded frames and main structures for strength and rigidity (available on most models)
- Heavy-duty hinges provide easy operation from inside the home
- Beveled exterior sash design gives the appearance of a larger glass area with an attractive “slim line” look
- Dual-point locking system provides a tight fit and adds security
- Insulated glass and warm edge spacer system
- Multi-chamber sash and mainframes for improved energy efficiency
- Sloped sills force water to drain to the outside
- Can be manufactured in a wide range of sizes
Where to Use An Awning Window
These windows work well in bedrooms, kitchens, and living rooms as single windows or in a group as transom windows. Awning windows also can be installed above sliding doors, in dormer applications (using a remote control operation), or in basements.An obscure glass awning window is also smart in a bathroom to allow for ventilation, yet maintain privacy.
Awning Window Design Options
Add style and reduce energy costs with these options (note: options will vary by product lines):/p>
Decorative window grids and grilles. Grids placed inside insulated glass keep window cleaning simple. Various grid options include Colonial, Diamond, Prairie, and Double Prairie.
Internal tilt mini blinds. Blinds placed inside the window never need to be cleaned and provide shade from the sun.
Wood grain interior veneer finishes. We offer a wide range of interior wood grain looks to complement any décor. Options vary per window type and include light, medium, and dark oak, cherry, and foxwood.
Exterior vinyl frame colors. Choose colors to match or contrast with your home’s exterior. We offer many trim options to accent the curb appeal of your home, including tan, brick red, green, white, brown, black, beige, bronze, clay, and gray.
Upgraded glass packages. Lower your home heating and cooling costs by upgrading to premium glass for increased energy efficiency.
Self-cleaning glass. This technology prevents the adhesion of dirt and debris to the glass, while rain or light water spray rinses it away.
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Has your existing bay or bow window seen it's better days? The wood has deteriorated. The cranks don't work. The windows are fogged up. The window seat is warped. Bay and bow windows can be tthe most interesting feature of your room, but they need to be well built, easy to maintain, energy efficient and stylish.
In this page learn the differences in bay and bow windows (and where to use both). Get details about options and frequently asked questions.
Finally learn why you can't go wrong choosing Cleveland Window or Clear Choice Window and Door (of Columbus) because you'll get the peace of mind working with a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977.
Create a special architectural feature and watch your plants grow above a kitchen sink (or in a master bedroom or bathroom) by installing a garden window. This unique four-sided window extends from the house to increase light and airflow and to provide multiple-sided views to the outside.