Have you been searching online and trying to research your options for grid styles for your replacements windows you are about to invest in? Look no further than this post! Window Replacements of Georgia wants to educate you on the grid styles that are available to you through MI Windows and Doors.
Perimeter by Sash
The perimeter grid, sometimes called “Prairie” grid as it gained popularity during the “Prairie School” form used by architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, is a great option in you want to be noticed for your style. While the perimeter by sash pattern is the same pattern as perimeter by window, each sash of the window contains a full 9-lite square. This stunning visual interest will make your home the envy of the neighborhood, whether is adding more hand-crafted touch to a new home or fitting in beautifully to your restored older home.
Perimeter by Window
The perimeter grid, sometimes called “Prairie” grid as it gained popularity during the “Prairie School” form used by architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, is a great option in you want to be noticed for your style. This grid pattern, perimeter by window, adds visual interest to a new home and will also fit in beautifully if you are restoring an older home. This pattern can add a more hand-crafted touch to a newly built home. If you enjoy the look of grids but would like to take advantage of a great view, this is a perfect pattern for your home.
The colonial grid is a classic grid pattern, perfect for nearly any style home. Historically found in early American style buildings, the colonial grid pattern is typically the most recognizable grid pattern and can by styles in a multitude of ways. Choices include as little as 4 panes and go up to as many as 12 panes, depending on the size and style of window. In hung windows, you can also choose to put colonial grids in only the top or bottom sash, depending on the desired look.
Grids Between the Glass
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Grids between the glass is an option that combines beauty and total use of ease. Placing either a flat or sculpted grid between the glass panes of the window’s insulated glass unit, you get the style of a grid pattern combined the ease of being able to clean an unobstructed glass surface.
Simulated Divided Light
Simulated Divided Light is an option that combines classic looks with modern energy efficiency. Historically, windows were made as separate single pieces of glass mounted within a wooden grid frame. Simulated Divided Light are grids placed on the outside of each glass plane of the insulated glass panel. This gives you the classic beauty of a grid pattern with all the energy saving benefits of an insulated glass unit.
With so many options to choose from, you may feel overwhelmed and are not any closer to making a decision. Well, you are in luck because Hal Lipsky, the owner of Window Replacements of Georgia, will assist you in making the right choice of grid style for you home. You can set up this free consultation by contacting us today!