Choosing the right windows and doors for your home can transform your space and change the way that you view it. Installing windows and doors that complement your home are core design elements and features that enhance your living environment. You can also use them as inspiration for your interior design ideas and choose décor that suits your windows and doors. We have put together a guide to help you choose and give you some ideas for your own home.
First and foremost, you need to choose windows and doors that are high quality and durable. This type of infrastructure is a sound investment that needs to provide you with value for money and long-lasting quality. Windows and doors that are made from robust materials such as PVCu, Aluminium and Timber are proven to be hard-wearing, cost-effective and excellent quality. Choosing a company that employs experienced and talented tradesmen to hand craft windows and doors, means that your bespoke requirements can be realised and implemented.
Before you buy your new windows and doors, what do you want to achieve? You might want to have a seamless connection between your garden and home. If this is the case then Warmcore bi-fold doors offer the perfect opportunity to merge your interior and exterior spaces together. It’s a folding door system that delivers a thermal performance framing solution and a way of breaking down the boundaries between garden and home. Aluminium bi-fold doors also allow you to open them easily and create an integrated interior and exterior space. They can allow you to have an easily accessible patio and garden area all year round.
Bi-fold doors enable you to move easily between your garden and home and the modern glasswork and aesthetics let you view your garden in a new light. They merge the practicality of a sliding door system, with the visually appealing benefits that large windows bring. You can mix and match colour options to create a dual-colour finish and personalise your bi-fold door, so that it complements the rest of your house and your other windows and doors.
Style of Home
It’s important to take a step back and look at the type of house you live in; what materials is it built with, what period was it built in and what style of house is it? All of these factors can influence the types of windows and doors you might choose and what will complement your house best.
If you live in a traditional home, such as a townhouse, cottage or farmhouse with period features, then replacing windows and doors can be a sensitive job. If you want to stay true to the era and original fittings then sliding sash windows can provide simplistic, attractive design that do not distract. On the other end of the scale, with a modern bungalow you might want to adopt a modern, contemporary look so PVCu casement windows are ideal for making your home light and airy.
Whatever you choose, taking a look at the bigger picture and how your door and window choices will fit in with the rest of your aesthetics is a good way to maintain your perspective and create something attractive and high-quality.