Custom Windows For Your Home

Your home should reflect your style and personality, which is why custom windows allow you to make unique architectural statements. They can also reduce outside noise and help save energy, especially during hurricane season with impact and cyclic pressure rated windows.

Shaped windows include curved, arched and oval styles as well as trapezoids, hexagons and eyebrow shaped accent windows. All are available in a variety of colors to complement your exterior home products and add character.

Impact Windows

Protect your home and family from the elements with impact windows. These durable windows can withstand debris that might be kicked up by high-velocity winds, making them ideal for Florida homes in the hurricane zone. They can also block harmful UV rays, saving you money on energy costs over the summer. Plus, they eliminate the need for unsightly storm shutters, allowing you to enjoy your beautiful view.

These windows are designed with laminated glass and a sturdy interlayer, which means they’re extremely strong. They’re an excellent choice for homeowners who want the best in protection and security without sacrificing style. They’re available in a wide range of styles, colors and finishes to match any décor.

Whether you’re building a new house or remodeling your existing one, impact windows are the way to go. They’re also available in custom sizes, which can be a great solution for oddly sized or shaped window openings.

Wood Windows

Wood windows are an elegant addition to any home. They offer the classic look of traditional window frames and can be stained or painted to match any interior design. Wood frames are also more insulating than vinyl, helping to maintain even temperatures and reduce utility bills.

They are also more resistant to moisture damage and insect infestation, and can last a lifetime if properly maintained. Wooden frames can be crafted from softwood or hardwood. Softwood is made from fast-growing coniferous trees such as pine or spruce, while hardwood is sourced from deciduous trees like oak or mahogany. Wooden frames also do not rust, which is an important consideration for areas with high humidity levels.

Large Expanse Doors

Large expanse doors are the newest and most popular design trend in today’s market. They seamlessly combine interior living space with the beauty and tranquility of Florida’s natural environment. Window Classics offers several large multi-slide and lift and slide door systems with floor to ceiling openings and minimal sight lines.

All of these products are designed and tested for impact protection, cyclic pressure, and energy efficiency. They come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to meet any style requirements.

Hardware finishes are also available to coordinate with other components of your home. Choose rectangular escutcheon plates paired with Ashley Norton’s streamlined Apollo level for a modern look or Baldwin’s Kensington handle set for a traditional feel. Retractable screens are built into the windows and doors so they quietly tuck away in the frame when not in use, leaving you with all that fresh Florida sea air without any pests. They are the perfect solution for allowing you to enjoy all the benefits of Florida living.

Retractable Screens

Retractable screens disappear into a housing attached to the frame of your doors or windows. They’re the ideal solution for French doors, patios or porches where you want to be able to enjoy the fresh breeze without the bugs and debris.

The screens keep out the bugs, rodents and pests that can carry germs or disease into your home. They can also help to save on your energy bill by blocking out the sun’s rays and keeping it cooler inside.

The best part is, they’re nearly invisible when not in use. Unlike traditional screens that can easily get dusty, these screens retract into the housing when not in use. This creates a beautiful, clean look that doesn’t dimish your curb appeal or require the effort of manually popping screens in and out.