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Victorian-Style Homes

The Perfect Window Replacements that Match Your Style


Victorian Double Hung Windows
In Durham, Cary, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Apex, NC, and the Surrounding Areas

Double Hung Windows by Architectural Style: New Windows for Victorian-Style Homes

Victorian homes are often popular with many homeowners because of their asymmetrical design, large wrap-around porches, as well as the features of dormers, turrets, and even towers. These are multistory homes that are distinctive as you drive around Durham, Cary, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Apex, NC, and the surrounding areas.

When it comes to making these homes more energy efficient while maintaining the Victorian look, contact HomeCraft Windows. We have been helping homeowners with replacement windows for their Victorian homes for nearly 20 years. Contact us today to learn more about replacement windows.

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What are the Features of a Victorian-Style Home?

Victorian-Style house

Victorian-Style Windows

There are many aspects to a Victorian style window, and part of that depends on where in the house the window is. The main windows that you see are tall, typically double hung windows. The upper sash of the window often has grids in it, mullions, or other decorative features while the bottom sash is usually plain in order to see out of the window. Sometimes these windows can be casement windows with a diamond pattern grid that evokes the past where glass was expensive and was not made in large sheets.

Other times you will find round or half-round windows that may appear on upper levels or in other locations in the home where natural light is desired but isn’t necessarily used to see out of. Garden windows were also popular during this time which provided space where plants could reside to get the sunshine they needed during the colder months of the year.


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Replacement Windows

Getting the right replacement windows is important, and this is especially true when you want to maintain the look of your Victorian home while also enhancing the energy efficiency of the windows.

Opting for Victorian double hung windows means that you can move each sash, even having tilt in options, while increasing the energy efficiency of the windows and maintaining the Victorian look with added grids to the top or both sashes. The same can be done with the odd sizes of windows throughout your home.

Victorian homes aren’t being built any longer, and those who own this style of home in Durham, Cary, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Apex, NC, and the surrounding areas want to keep the right look for the home. They also want to add better windows that will limit the loss of their conditioned air, and that’s why they contact us at HomeCraft Windows.

We will help them to keep the Victorian look while updating the windows with modern materials and craftsmanship.

Ready to update your windows for modern energy efficiency benefits with a classic look to match the style of your home?

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