Add Replacement Windows and Add Light!

You know from watching home improvement shows that adding light to a room makes it feel and even look bigger. Natural light has a lot of other positive effects as well. If you don’t have the time or money to completely redo a room by bumping out a wall and adding space, you can do a number of things to get the extra light you need. Here are just a few ideas for your Roseville, CA home.

Try Replacement Windows
Instead of changing anything drastic, you can just get replacement windows for your old, worn out windows. Old windows can actually block light, and new windows have smaller frames and larger glass areas. When you have more light in the room, you can also enjoy better energy efficiency and lower electricity bills from the replacement windows.

Get Larger Replacement Windows
If you have decided to get replacement windows in Roseville, CA, it’s a good time to make changes to their style and structure. If you have some small windows in certain rooms, you can make them larger and simply have larger holes cut for larger replacement windows. Adding larger windows will bring in more natural light than you’ve ever had in the home before.

Put in Additional Replacement Windows
If you don't want any larger windows, you can still add windows to your home when you are getting replacement windows. When you have energy efficient options, it won’t add to your energy bills (and, in fact, will reduce them!) Natural lighting is great in a place like Roseville, CA and if you have the chance to add more windows, it’s a good idea to look into it.

Consider The Heat
When you are looking at bringing more natural light into your home, you also need to think about the heat that the sunlight can bring in. There are a number of options you can utilize to combat the heat of the sun.

1. Window Coverings
You might want to consider looking at window coverings with care after you get replacement windows. The right coverings can keep the heat of the sun out, and yet still allow in natural lighting.

2. Low-E Coatings
When you are researching replacement windows, consider the low-e coating option for your new windows. This coating is invisible and allows you an uninterrupted view, but it blocks the sun’s UV rays. You’ll get the light you want without the harmful, hot rays you don’t need. The coating will reflect heat back outside of your house in the summer and reflect the heat inside the home in the winter.

To get the light you want and to meet your other goals, contact California Craftsman at (530) 887-1857 for a free consultation. We are specialists when it comes to replacement windows and we want to make sure you get everything you want and need during the project. You can stop by and see us in our showroom at 4035 Grass Valley Hwy Ste G Auburn, CA 95602!