If you are renovating your kitchen, there are a lot of pieces that have to come together to make the whole room just what you want it to be. You’ll want to consider Boise, ID replacement windows as one of those important pieces. If you want more natural light, a better view of your yard, and other things from new windows, you may even want to add windows to the space to get more of what you want. Here are a few ideas of where you can add windows to your kitchen as you replace the others that already exist.
Above The Sink
If your kitchen sink is along a wall, you might consider keeping a cabinet out of that space and putting in a window instead. You can get some natural light and ventilation in that space and allow yourself a nice view when you are working at the sink.
At The End Of Cabinets
You don’t want to take away too many storage options in the kitchen, but the cabinets have to end eventually. If you have some space between the cabinets and the next room, stick some windows in there. Whether they’re tall and narrow or slider windows, they can let in natural light and some ventilation to help you get what you need.
Skylights are often a good fit for a kitchen. If you don’t have rooms above the kitchen and have access to the roof, you can put in skylights to get the natural ligt you want without bringing a lot of heat into the space. You can’t always open and close them for ventilation, but you are able to see the sky and get the natural light you need in the space.
It’s a little more unusual, but you could put windows above your cabinets as well. You probably won’t want a kind that opens since it would be hard to get to, but it could give your kitchen some back lighting that brings in just the natural light you want for the space.
These are just a few ideas on where you could place extra windows when you are getting Boise, ID replacement windows for your kitchen renovation. The best idea is to invite the professionals from View Point, Inc. over to your home to inspect your space and the plans you have for renovation. Give us a call at (208) 854-1877 and we can set up a free consultation, talk about your goals, and figure out where windows would best meet your needs. We can go over natural light, ventilation, efficiency, and everything else you want to address. You can also stop by our showroom at 6715 W State St Boise, ID 83714 to see window types and styles so you can start dreaming about what might work in your space. We’re available online if you want to look into details from the comforts of your own home to get started. Find us at Viewpointwindows.com.