This is more a style/redesign question than a how to ask. We are in the procedure of having our windows changed in our house. First off, we have 10 - 46" rectangle windows in our house. We initially placed the transaction for dual set up windows for all of them. However, we were informed nowadays, after putting this purchase about 4 several weeks ago, that we can not have this dimension screen in our rooms, which are all on the second floor of our house and that we have to have slider because of the control. If we don't substitute those with sliders, because of control, we'd have to have a bigger screen, which would need a bigger starting being designed for each of the three rooms.
The sliders can be grandfathered in because that's what's in there now. So, we can't have a design modify without splitting code controls. We'd still really like to have the dual set up windows set up on our primary ground, but seeing we are needed to keep the design we have upper level as the slider, we'll just have to do what we have to do.
My doubt is this: Style vs. design, how typical is it for people to have two different designs of windows in their homes? Or getting services from a American Choice a good one.
Significance dual hung on one ground and sliders on the other floor. I seriously do NOT want sliders throughout my whole house, but will believe the fact that protection first when it comes to the rooms. I don't think it would look bad or unusual, but that's just my viewpoint.
Rey, I would consult with window manufacturers in your area. I don't know the company American Choice, but I would suggest you put the project on hold until you can get a few more "professional" opinions. Make sure these other companies are manufacturers, though, and not just salesmen.
You may also want to look at Google Images and houzz.com to see various styles that reflect your own home. I don't know what your house looks like, so I cannot comment on style. You may want 2 double hung windows in the place of one window (?) to get the effect you want.
Research and talk to people.
Hope this helps.
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