Window Installation

What Is a Feature Window and What Can It Do for Your Home?

What Is a Feature Window and What Can It Do for Your Home?

Homeowners constantly search for ways to accentuate the aesthetic appeal of their homes, often focusing on major aspects or eye-catching landscaping. However, a less obvious but equally impactful design element is the feature window—a unique architectural detail that can transform the overall look and feel of your home. Read on as Pressure Point Roofing, Inc.…


Which Way Should My Casement Windows Open?

Casement windows have gained in popularity because of their style, versatility and convenient mechanism, which make them perfect for any location in your home. Regardless of where you decide to install them, they can maximize natural lighting and ventilation for the room. 


The Pros and Cons of Installing Skylights

Installing windows is a great way of improving natural indoor lighting, which brightens the mood inside your home and gives the illusion of a larger interior. However, if you want to maximize natural indoor lighting, you might want to consider installing a type of window called a skylight. Compared to regular windows, skylights can let…


What Is Window Mulling and What Are Its Advantages?

Window mulling is a term that isn’t used very often so many homeowners are unfamiliar with what it actually is. To put it simply, window mulling is the process of combining two or more windows together by their frames to create a larger window. Here are its advantages.


Window Replacement: Preparing a Budget

It’s no secret that a window replacement can be a costly, but worthwhile investment. As such, it’s very important for a homeowner to prepare a budget when planning a window replacement. Common mistakes, such as undercutting or overspending, can lead to an underwhelming result for your window project. 


Are You Shopping for New Windows? Consider These Items First

With a wide selection of window styles and materials to choose from, it may be overwhelming to choose the right one that suits your needs and preferences. You’ll need to consider factors, such as added insulation, if you want to save on energy costs for years. Here are a few things you need to consider…