We specialize in the installation of garden windows.
If you want to add space to a room or the illusion of more space, garden windows may be perfect for your home. And if you enjoying gardening of any type, it should go without saying that garden windows will work well with your lifestyle. Garden windows protrude outwards from a home, creating a glass “box” that extends outwards from where a traditional window would be. This makes them an ideal place for plants, indoor herb gardens, and more.
Window configurations of this sort are popular choices for people who enjoying indoor planting, or who want to make an enclosed room feel a little more spacious. The Men With Tools Home Remodeling specializes in the installation of custom garden windows – and for many homeowners, the advantages are numerous.
Garden Windows Add More Space
Garden windows are like a glass encased “box” that extends from your home, with a much larger sill than usual providing additional space for photos, plants, or just to give your home a little more breathing room. Homeowners are often stunned at how much more open their rooms feel with garden windows!
Garden Windows Are Great For Plants
If you enjoy decorative flowers, indoor herb gardens, like to start your vegetable garden indoors, or enjoy other aspects of gardening, then the aptly-named garden window is probably a good upgrade for your home. The additional space they provide is ideal for growing plants, hence the name, giving them plenty of all-day sunlight while still protecting them from the harsh highs and lows of summer and winter.
Why Choose The Men With Tools For Your Garden Windows?
The Men With Tools Home Remodeling takes the installation of garden windows in Staten Island New York homes seriously. When you hire The Men With Tools, you are partnering with the most talented craftsmen in the region – and we’ll be there to help you every step of the way, from choosing the style and type of garden window to the final installation.
And unlike many other contractors, we refuse to cut corners. Many installers fail to shim behind windows and doors; we do every time. Many use low quality insulation, or even none at all; we use only the best. Many use low quality sealant that may only last a year or two; our OSI Quad sealant is good for 30 years. We use top shelf aluminum capping, are sure to level check all installations (many contractors skip this!), and much more.
If you’d like to schedule an estimate to have garden windows installed into your home, please give us a call or fill out our online contact form. We’ll get back to you right away.