A person’s indoor space is a reflection of their individuality, interests and style. Everybody their own certain vision or “look” that they envision when they are moving in to a new house or remodeling, however big or small the changes may be. Picturing yourself in a space can be one of the most effective ways to determine that perfect “look” of the room and one of the most important features of a room’s aesthetic comes from its windows. Replacement windows give you the chance to alter the whole feel of a room, and one approach to do that is by considering wood.
Wood windows have the ability to revamp your house. They can bring warmth to rooms that appear cold or dark, but they can also allow anything from a traditional to a contemporary style, depending on your style. The best part about wood windows is that there are so many options on how to utilize them in your space. Don’t forget—our experts can provide staining and painting of wood replacement windows, too, to finish them nicely and highlight each grain of the wood.
In addition to beauty, wood windows provide excellent energy efficiency and can help you save money on your monthly energy bills. Wood is a natural insulator, and can be an ideal addition to other energy efficient products in your home.
Some of our consumers have asked us about concerns that wood isn’t as durable as other window materials. Our Low-Maintenance Aluminum-Clad Exteriors, Pella EnduraClad®, deliver a long lasting durable finish for wood exteriors.
If you’re still not convinced about the benefits of wood window replacement, just take a trip to our showroom in Traverse City or schedule a free in-home consultation for our professionals to help you meet your home’s needs and highlight its style. The elegance of wood windows is not something to overlook when researching window replacement and our experts at Pella Windows and Doors want to make certain that your space reflects your character in the best way possible. You can call us at 231-538-2175 and we’ll find the best match for your budget and style.