Picture Windows Buyers Guide
What are picture windows?
Also known as “fixed” or “direct set” windows, picture windows are inoperable (don’t open and close), and feature a large, unobstructed glass area. From inside the home, your picture window will be like putting a frame around your favorite photograph: your beautiful view! Because picture windows have no moving parts, they are often one of the most energy-efficient window styles. While letting in plenty of light through their large glass area, there is less concern about drafts or air infiltration around picture windows.
benefits of replacement Picture windows
Wide open glass for wide open views
- Unobstructed views create beautiful focal points from inside your home.
- Large glass expanse lets in plenty of light while maintaining energy efficiency.
- No moving parts to maintain.
Improveit’s Performax54 Picture Windows
A beautiful expanse of unobstructed glass is the hallmark of a picture window, and Thermostat glass is the hallmark of Performax54 windows. With the ability to block the sun’s heat in the summer and allowing it to pass during the winter, Performax54 windows help maximize your energy efficiency be reducing your dependency on the furnace and air conditioner. And don’t worry about your carpets, draperies, flooring, and decor. Thermostat glass offers 50% more UV resistance than other replacement windows, so your furnishings won’t be affected by fading.
Design options for replacement picture windows
Performax54 Windows Are Available In These Colors
Our windows can be customized in any Sherwin Williams color on the exterior!
Window Grid Design Options
Looking for Picture Windows that Open?
Picture windows are designed to be fixed and inoperable – they literally act as picture frames for your outdoor views. To get a similar effect of a picture window with the added bonus of ventilation, you have several options! For wider window openings, slider windows are an ideal option. With two sashes, they have the appearance of two smaller picture windows side-by-side. For taller, narrower window openings, try a casement or no-grid double hung window to let in the light without interrupting your views!