It's here. It's spring in Cleveland. Sure we may be due for one more snow storm but the first day of spring is around the corner, and not to elicit any panic, but kids around Cleveland have less than three more months before school is out and the busy summer months are upon us. For many reasons spring is a season that homeowners, businesses and landlords around the Cleveland area start thinking about that home improvements list. Before things get too busy, this could be the ideal time to consider replacement windows and doors, so we put together Cleveland area window trends for 2019.
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Trend #1: Wood Windows for Historic Homes & New Construction
In almost every suburb of Cleveland there are pockets of beautiful historic homes - from Lakewood and Rocky River to Westlake and N. Olmsted there are thousands of homes built over 100 years ago. And then there are the historic areas in Cleveland undergoing revivals like Tremont, Gordon Square and Ohio City. Recent trends have been to restore these older homes with wooden windows to keep the architectural integrity of the century homes original design and our line of Pella wooden replacement windows are the best. With an exterior aluminum cladding these wooden windows are as gorgeous as the original wood windows from the 1800s with the protection from wood rot and weathering that the impermeable metal surface can provide.
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Best Windows in Lakewood, Westlake and Historic Homes Through Cleveland
Our gorgeous Pella wood replacement window series will replicate the look and feel of traditional wooden windows while providing the energy efficiency and low-maintenance features that are built into modern, premium-quality products. From front sitting room bay windows to double hung and sliding windows and sliding doors, our Pella products provide not only the look to preserve the beauty of your older home but also the superior performance and elegance sought after in high-end new construction in Bay Village, Westlake, Lakewood and up-and-coming areas of Cleveland including Ohio City, Tremont and Detroit Shoreway.