When you get replacement windows in San Dallas, TX, it’s up to you as the homeowner to make all of the decisions necessary for the project. You get to decide what material you want, what style the window will be, and even what hardware will be put on the windows. One of the important aesthetic decisions pertains to the frame’s color. What are the best options on the market today? Here are a few to consider:
White used to be the only option in vinyl windows. While that’s not at all the case today, it is still the most popular color. White is a classic color that never goes out of style, which makes it very high in demand. It’s also a good choice because it will look good with any color you have on your home now. And any color you might choose to paint the home in the future. You don’t have to worry about selling the home, either, because anyone can handle white window frames without a second thought.
While there’s nothing wrong with white, some people just would rather not go with the standard favorite. The second most popular option that has taken the market by storm in recent years is black. Black, similar to white, goes with most colors. Any light—colored house can take black frames so as long as you paint your house in another light color in the future, they’ll still look great. Black gives the home a nice contrast and makes the new windows really stand out in a good way.
The Blended Look
Some homeowners just want their windows to look like a cohesive part of their house. In those cases, they get the same color for their window frames as the siding on their house. The windows are streamlined and just go from frame right to the home color. This can be a stunning look, but homeowners will need to keep their house that color or another color that complements the frames.
The Blended Contrast
If you like the color tone of your home, you could get color in that same line, but in a darker or lighter shade so you can get a contrast without leaving that color completely. This works well on brown houses that don’t always mesh well with black, but a darker brown tone can really stand out.
These are just a few of the most popular color options for replacement windows in San Dallas, TX. As the homeowner, of course, you can get whatever you please. Talk to the professionals at Foster Exteriors Window Company about the options and get opinions from us and other members of your family. We want you to be happy about every aspect of your new windows, even the color on the frames. Call us at (214) 319-8400 and start putting the details of your project together. You can also visit our showroom to look at examples at 1350 N Buckner Blvd #216 Dallas, TX 75218.