Lowes Garage Windows
When it comes to your home, the last place you may think to put windows is in your garage. However, garage windows can give the area a great source of natural light. They can also help you create more curb appeal on the outside of your home.
If you have a garage that extends two stories, putting a window on the second story (above the garage door) can give visitors the illusion of a cozy loft. Or, by adding windows to your actual garage doors, you can create a carriage-style vibe. Garage windows also help to make your garage look less like a garage and more like another room, which can help catch buyers’ eyes if you ever decide to sell your home. You can even make your garage look cozier by adding shudders or flower boxes.
Garage windows are great if you use the area as a work area. Whether it’s working on cars, building furniture, painting, or another crafty hobby, natural light can make the room brighter and livelier. If you opt for windows that open, they can also help with ventilation. In addition, garage windows can transform an enclosed space to make it less confined and secluded. If you don’t have room for garage windows, you can even consider turning your garage door into one big frosted window.
While you can incorporate virtually any style of window into your garage, our window experts suggest picture windows, awning windows, or hopper windows. These windows are some of the safest designs and are difficult to break into, which can be important if your garage connects to your home. Awning and hopper windows are also easy to use and require little maintenance.
If you’re thinking about Lowes garage windows, turn to the local windows specialists at P.J. Fitzpatrick instead. We’ve helped homeowners all over the Delaware Valley choose garage windows that are both affordable and fit their taste.