THE BEST IN GARDEN WINDOWS
Many times, a garden window is mistaken for a bow or bay window because all three windows have a similar style. Like bow or bay windows, garden windows extend outside of your house and give you a useable “nook” area on the inside. However, garden windows are built with several panes of glass and in the shape of a box. (Bow and bay windows are not.)
Garden windows are perfect for cooks, gardeners, and plant-lovers alike because a garden window that gets a lot of sun can act like a mini-greenhouse. This gives you a great place to grow or showcase plants, herbs, flowers, and more.
WHERE TO USE THEM
As you may have guessed, the most popular place to install a garden window is in the kitchen (usually above the sink), but you can feature a garden window nearly anywhere in your home. Because these windows have tilt-out or crank side panes, they offer ventilation for both your plants and your home. In addition, many manufacturers offer energy-efficient window glass to filter in sunlight but keep the heat out.
With a garden window, you’ll not only be able to grow and exhibit your plants, but you’ll also have convenient access to them right inside your home. If you’re interested in garden windows, give us a call today.
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