With so many styles, materials and manufacturers to choose from, selecting the right replacement windows for your home can feel overwhelming. The dedicated staff of Larsen Construction can walk you through the process. With 25 years of experience installing windows, Larsen staff can explain your options and answer all of your questions.
Our Hayward showroom, one of the largest in Northern California, can provide inspiration. Once you have selected the right windows, Larsen’s factory-trained installers will do the job efficiently.
Typically, the size and location of your window will help determine what style is best. Do you want to highlight the view? Do you want added ventilation? Are you looking to maximize space within your home? Would a window that swings open interfere with people’s ability to walk by outside?
Let Larsen help you select the window that fits your needs and budget. All of Larsen’s products are covered by manufacturer’s warranties.
Bay windows help maximize indoor space while opening up the view. This style allows natural light to flood your room and can provide space for seating and storage. A bay window features a large center section flanked by two smaller windows placed at an angle.
Like the bay window, the bow window is a lovely piece of architecture, providing extra space, grander views and additional indoor space for seating or storage. The bow window is comprised of three to six same-sized windows to form a more gradual curve than the angular bay window.
A traditional favorite, casement windows are hinged on one side and open outward to provide ventilation. Casement windows blend with a variety of architectural styles, are easy to clean and maintain, and because they offer a better seal than some other styles, they are energy efficient.
The traditional double-hung window has an upper and lower sash or window frame. Each sash can slide up or down to provide ventilation. These windows are easy to clean and come in a variety of energy-efficient options.
Garden windows are primarily used in kitchens and some bath rooms, providing space for plants and herbs. Side vents provide ventilation. Because the window extends beyond the house, you won’t want to put a garden window in a place where it would interfere with sidewalks or patios.
A picture window frames the scenery outside, giving you an unobstructed view and plenty of natural light. Picture windows are often found in homes with high or vaulted ceilings.
An excellent option if you are looking for a more conventional window, single-hung windows slide vertically. The top window is stationary while the bottom can be opened. Available for replacement or new construction.