“I want to upgrade my windows,” Namaah Hayette said, waving an elegant arm toward the home across the street. “But I don’t want them to look like that!” The brick home featured flimsy aluminum replacement windows, shiny metal frames glinting awkwardly in the sun. “Those stick out like sore thumbs — and they’re not holding up very well! It makes the house look shoddy and cheap.”
If you want to enhance your home’s beauty, today and for years down the road, you need to select the best replacement windows. Bear in mind that the best replacement windows in Massachusetts are those replacement windows that can stand up to snowy, frigid winters, sweltering summers and dynamic, variable falls and springs.
First, consider your home’s style. The current trend is to opt for replacement windows that echo your home’s essential style, reinforcing and working with decorative elements to present a cohesive beautiful vision. If you have a classic New England Colonial, for example, you would want vinyl replacement windows that mimic the original nine-pane look, or, if budget is not an issue, wood replacement windows that duplicate the original look.
Not all homes have a distinctive, overriding style. In that case, it is often best to opt for simplicity and elegance: Alside’s vinyl replacement windows are available in a wide range of styles and finishes that can fit into almost any setting. By presenting a clear image of quality, installing high quality vinyl replacement windows can enhance the look of your home.
Durability and quality of construction are important. Hayette was distressed by the dented, damaged look of her neighbor’s windows. Vinyl replacement window frames can stand up to temperature extremes. Because the color goes right through, minor nicks, dings and damage isn’t as visible — and vinyl replacement windows never need painting, cutting down on the amount of work you need to do to make your home look great!