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Remodeling a fixer-upper can be extremely rewarding. Whenever I moved into my current home, I certainly didn’t like the way it looked. The flooring was crumbling, the wallpaper was peeling, and the appliances were malfunctioning. So I decided to begin an extensive renovation project. I installed hardwood floors, removed wallpaper, and invested in shiny stainless steel appliances for my kitchen. The results were stunning. Have you recently purchased a fixer-upper? Consider hiring a remodeling contractor to help you transform your new place into the home of your dreams. By working with a reputable remodeling contractor, your renovation will likely be less stressful and more successful. On this blog, I hope you will discover the benefits of hiring a remodeling contractor to complete complex renovation tasks. Enjoy!

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Let Your Light Shine When You Add These Five Fabulous Windows To Your Home

No home would be complete without windows. Windows make a house more attractive, bring in natural light, and give you a view of the outside world while you are warm and cozy indoors. New windows also add curb appeal, and CNBC reports that adding energy efficient window increases the value of your home. Is your home ready for a window upgrade? Make your house something special with these five window types. 

Picture Windows

Big, beautiful picture windows draw your visitors' attention and add a wonderful focal point to any room. Use these windows to showcase a spectacular view, to add lots of natural light to a dark space or simply to create a lovely place for a seating area. 

Picture windows don't open, so they are great for energy efficiency. Let a professional help you choose the right glass for keeping the most air out.

Bow Windows

Small bow windows look sweet in a kitchen or an entryway, and larger bow windows can be stunning in a living area. These pretty windows are typically a combination of three or more frames that extend from your home and create an almost curved shape. 

Bow windows are excellent for growing plants, displaying a valued collection, or showing off a floral arrangement. 

Bay Windows

Bay windows are very similar to bow windows, except that they are larger. They can look amazing on the front or the side of a home, especially one with a Victorian style.

Bay windows are usually used as a seating area. Sometimes the seats are built in, and sometimes the shape of the windows creates the perfect space for a round kitchen table and chairs or two armchairs with a table between them. 

Stained Glass Windows

When you add a stained glass window to your home, you literally add a work of art. A large, stained glass piece can be the focal point of your entire home and draw a great deal of attention both inside and out. Smaller stained glass windows add pretty details and interest to your decor. 

Stained glass looks great on a large second floor window of a two story house.or as a hexagonal accent window in a hallway. Antique stained glass windows are wonderful treasures, but they may need extra glass to make them energy efficient. 

Floor to Ceiling Windows

Windows that run from the floor to the ceiling make a dramatic statement. These windows work best in high rise apartments or homes that overlook a scenic view of the woods or the water. Create a romantic bedroom by installing floor to ceiling windows across an entire wall, or add drama to your living area with evenly spaced rectangular windows. These large windows can also help tie two or more rooms together and add elegance to a dining room or formal living room.

New windows make sense if you are trying to update the look of your home or if you are trying to increase your home's value. When you choose a unique window style like those listed above, you add even more interest. Something like a bay window or a stained glass window will bring you instant curb appeal that is critical when you are trying to sell your house. It also adds an element that makes your house stand out from others that are on the market and gives you more room to negotiate a higher asking price. 

When it comes to getting the most out of your home, windows are a great place to start. Choose a window style that makes sense with your home's architecture and style and that brings a unique flair to your house from the inside out.