FTC Oury Group is your best window contractor for the various window shapes and designs. Geometric windows are vinyl windows that create a signature look for your home by adding to the unique architectural style of your home. They add attractiveness and appeal to your home. Adding a geometric window to your home, even a small one, makes a lot of difference in the appearance of your home.
A geometric window really integrates your personal touch into the style of your home. Whether you are keeping up the look of your traditional home or adding a special appeal to your modern home, these unique windows will be a perfect match for your style.
A homeowner going for these uniquely shaped windows can choose to have the geometric window as the main focal point or they can pair the window with other window types for a more elegant and unique look.
Do you want your home to stand out from the rest? If you are looking for that unique style to add to your home, then geometric windows may just be the solution you are looking for. They come in over 15 different shapes and styles so you are not limited to only a few boring styles and shapes. Many people may not know this but geometric windows are not only unique in appearance and appeal but they are functional as well. You can have a customized geometric window and still get to enjoy the fresh air.
These windows offer you a distinctive option of convenience and beauty. They give your home a welcoming appeal and at the same time highlight its uniqueness. These windows are designed to not only give you a slim modern appearance but also for superior performance using the latest energy-saving technology as well. Their modern look invites more light into your home and expands your view. Its quality will help increase the resale value of your home.
For people looking to do replacements for their windows, there are two factors to consider in an attempt to save energy and lower your energy bills. They are the U-factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
U-Factor is the standard measurement for the window’s resistance to the transfer of heat through the window. If the number is low, it means the insulation capability of the window is high.
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) is the ability of the window to prevent solar heat from passing through the pane and warming up your home through the greenhouse effect. The lower the number, the greater the windows ability to reject solar heat gain
Are you a homeowner looking to replace your windows and are looking to install geometric windows? You are in the right place. At FTC Oury Group, we will help you install uniquely shaped windows that will save energy and lower your energy bills, at the same time giving your home a distinct architectural design. Call us on (630) 686-7618