Universal Windows Direct proudly offers 6 different interior window options for replacement windows in the Twin Cities. So if you are looking to replace your windows you can choose the colors that will be best for you in your home.
White vinyl windows can make a home look fresh and new. Some people love them. Most new construction, in fact, starts with white windows. But some homeowners fear white windows. They fear that. stark WHITE that screams out “HI! I AM A WHITE VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOW!!” That fear that the windows will “scream” actually is a reason some homeowners give as to why they don’t want to replace their windows. We get it.
Your replacement windows don’t have to be WHITE. They can be tan if that will soften it up. They can be dark chocolate brown (mmm, like a truffle) if that matches the style of your home. They can even come in wood grains to match the older style of the home, the
existing wood windows, or the surrounding trim work, cabinetry or wood floors. Would a light honey oak match well? Would a medium oak color be better? How about a deeper cherry? Perhaps a vintage pecan is a better match... No problem! We offer all of those colors.
Do all your windows have to be the same color? Nope! So if you have thought about white replacement windows in the basement to brighten things up down there but you would prefer a wood grain window on the main level; we can do that. Because all of our windows are custom made for your home we can choose the style and options of window that will work best for you, in your budget, in your home.
Call us today to get started with a free consultation. We will bring a window into your home in the color you are thinking of, and bring color samples of other options as well. We can’t wait to work with you to replace those old windows and improve the look of your home. Join homeowners across the Twin Cities who have improved the look and the value of their home with replacement windows. 612-866-2888
Author: Melissa Brager
Operations Manager, Universal Windows Direct, MN
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