Bathrooms have unique requirements when it comes to windows. You need a bathroom window that can provide ample ventilation to compensate for the high moisture levels in the space, but without sacrificing privacy.
In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Seattle, your local window and door replacement contractor, shares the features you should look for in a bathroom window.
Privacy is always a top concern when it comes to bathroom remodeling. To safeguard your privacy, it’s best to install windows high up on the wall. If that’s not possible, choose a textured glass package, or invest in window treatments. We can help you design a window that will deliver the level of privacy you need.
Daylighting and Ventilation
Daylighting and ventilation are also important factors to consider when choosing a window for your bathroom. Like gliding patio doors, the window must have enough glass to let natural light into the private space. Sunlight doesn’t just provide warmth; it also helps the space look more open and inviting.
Because the bathroom is one of the top sources of indoor moisture, controlling humidity is necessary for this part of the home, which is why your window should be operable. Consider window styles like casements, double-hung and sliding for best results.
The style of your bathroom window style is also important. Our customizable windows come in an array of colors and finishes, as well as additions such as grilles, to give your new unit the exact look you want.
Turn to Renewal by Andersen of Seattle for your window needs. We also offer sliding and hinged patio doors. Call us at (206) 777-0954 to get started. You may also fill out our contact form for a free, in-home consultation. We serve residents living in and around Seattle.