A View Inside Windows For Home Remodeling Projects

In addition to the energy efficient, cost-saving benefits of adding new windows to a refurbished space, updating them throughout a home can bring a new light to any living area. A well-lit room encourages continued use of the space, unlike a dimly-lit counterpart.

Natural light is not only a free bonus when considering a window refresh, but it’s also a gentle, elegant design element that brings warmth and openness to beautifully styled space. Another bonus -- windows bring the outdoors in without the bugs and humidity.

At ProSource Wholesale®, you’ll find only the best products, including windows. There’s sure to be a window style that will make any home remodel shine.

With many options to choose from, ProSource is the source to guide you to the right decision for your remodel. From choosing a window frame type to the style, our experts have you covered.

Window Frames

Wood windows add architectural interest to while still staying energy-efficient. Variations in stain and color bring warmth and elegance to a room.

For a low maintenance, high style option, choose fiberglass window frames. Durable, fiberglass composite can mimic the look of wood window frames while standing up to anything mother nature has to offer.

Vinyl window frames are another easy-care option for a home remodel. They are strong, durable, and long-lasting.

Window Styles

Awning Windows
Awning windows have a hinge at the top and swing outward from the bottom. Often placed underneath existing windows, these windows bring architectural interest and increased natural light to any room of the house.

Casement Windows
Hinged at the side and swinging outward, casement windows open a home to the great outdoors. They are ideally placed in hard-to-reach areas of the home, like behind the kitchen sink.

Double-Hung Windows
Double-hung windows fit well with any style, from classic to contemporary to traditional. They open from the bottom up or the top down, allowing the perfect breeze to cool a home.

Single-Hung Windows
Single-hung windows are a classic or more traditional window style. They raise from the bottom up while the top sash remains in place.

Sliding Windows
Sliding windows open horizontally from one side to the other. The sliding design simplifies access to fresh air while keeping a home sleek and stylish.

Bay Windows
Bay windows add a touch of visual interest to any space while filling the home with natural light. They often have a fixed window in the center with the choice of venting windows on either side.

Bow Windows
Bow windows differ from bay windows in that they consist of four or more windows joined together to create a curved shape. For this option, you may choose either stationary or venting window styles.

Special Shape Windows
Sometimes upgrading windows throughout a home isn’t always cut and dry. To accommodate those half-stories, and interesting nooks and crannies, or even to add another dimension to plain jane windows, special shape windows are a perfect option to further customize the space. Special shapes can include anything from a full-circle to a half-circle, parallelogram, trapezoid, and anything in between.

Custom and Specialty Windows
Have a design concept that requires a little more personal attention? If that’s the case, custom or specialty windows may be the right option for your remodel. From floor to ceiling windows to garage-door style beachfronts, anything is possible!

There are many benefits to updating windows throughout a home. From the savings on utilities to the added style windows bring to both the interior and exterior of any space, a simple refresh can make all the difference in a home remodel.

With the amazing choices available, your vision can be a reality.

ProSource Wholesale is your source throughout the entire journey, assisting you with creating the perfect look, whatever your needs may be.