A home’s windows can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and they can add dimension and character to your home. Specialty-shaped windows are an ideal way to add a unique touch to any room or home.
From triangles and octagons to pentagons and trapezoids, you can find the perfect window for every space. And if you really want to make a statement, you can even choose a quarter round, circle, or eyebrow window. No matter what your style, there’s a specialty-shaped window that will suit your needs.
If you’re looking for a way to add some personality to your home, here are a few reasons why you might want to consider specialty-shaped replacement windows by Marvin.
When it comes to home design, there are few things more eye-catching than geometric window styles. Whether it’s a hexagonal pane in a living room or a circular skylight in a master bathroom, a custom-shaped window can add instant appeal to any space.
Not only are they visually interesting, but geometric windows also let in an abundance of natural light, making them ideal for both dark and cramped rooms. In addition, they can be used to create the illusion of more space in small rooms.
Whether you’re looking to add curb appeal to your home or simply want to create a more inviting space, geometric shapes can be a good choice.
If you’re looking for a way to add some pizzazz to your home, the type of window you choose is an excellent way to add some personality. Most homes have a boring old square or rectangular windows, but you can really make a statement with specialty windows.
These windows can be installed as a single replacement window or can be installed in conjunction with another window, like an eyebrow window that’s placed above a double hung window.
Specialty-shaped windows are a great way to add some personality to your home and really make it stand out from the rest.
Many specialty shape windows are now available as fully operating units. So go ahead and let in some fresh air, no matter what shape your window happens to be.
When it comes to glass, there are all sorts of options available to meet the unique needs of your project. Clear glass is always a popular choice, but if you’re looking for something with a little more personality, you can opt for bronze, gray, or green laminated glazing.
Tinted interlayers add an extra touch of style, and if you’re really looking to make a statement, laminated glazing is also available in a variety of colors. No matter what your project calls for, there’s sure to be a glass option that’s perfect for you.
Marvin’s specialty glass is designed for specific applications such as sound management and high altitudes. Because Marvin offers a wide selection of specialty glass options to choose from, you can find the perfect type of glass for your unique project needs.
It’s no secret that glass is one of the most important aspects of keeping your home energy efficient. The standard glazing for specialty windows is dual pane, which means that there are two panes of glass with Low E coatings that have argon insulating gas between.
This is important for managing the energy efficiency of your home because it helps to regulate the temperature inside your home. The argon gas between the dual pane helps to keep the heat in during the winter and the cool air in during the summer.
The Low E coatings help to reflect UV rays, which can cause damage to your furniture and carpets. We offer variations of this standard glazing to help meet climate and code requirements for your Colorado home.
If you’re looking for a window that will really make a statement, Marvin Specialty Shape windows are the way to go. These unique windows come in hundreds of different shapes, so you can customize your window design to really stand out.
And many of them are also available as operating windows, so you can enjoy fresh air and beautiful views at the same time.
Whether you’re looking for a simple way to add some personality to your home or you’re aiming for a truly one-of-a-kind look, Marvin Signature® Specialty Shape windows are sure to give your home the perfect touch.
Contact us today to learn more about adding these unique and special shape windows to your home.