This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Integrity Windows and Doors for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Lately, I’ve been dreaming about what I’d do in our home if it wasn’t a rental. I have thought a lot about a couple walls I would remove to give it an open floor plan, rearrange the kitchen layout and replace the windows and doors in our living room especially. Our house is an amazing rental but there are a few things that would definitely satisfy my personal taste in this home.
Windows and doors are a huge part of how a room feels. A room with small or too few windows can feel dark and crowded. I’m a big fan of lots of big windows in a room. My home was built in the 1940s and the windows are kind of placed in strange places. My living room has 5 large windows that let in a ton of light but they are different heights which drives me bonkers. Not to mention, they’re pretty old and basically the opposite of energy efficient. When it is below 40 degrees for 6-8 months out of the year, you need good windows to keep the heat in and the cold out!
I’ve recently been made aware of a product by Integrity Windows that uses new technology called Ultrex Fiberglass Windows and Doors that are incredibly energy efficient and don’t bend, break, or crack over time. Definitely a must have for an old home like mine.
It’s also great that they’re so durable for safety reasons. Any precautions to keep my little dudes safe is a plus in my book!
If you’ve read our blog for more than like 2 seconds, you know that a huge part of a room is the design. My favorite windows are the Bay windows from Integrity Windows and Doors. It would be SO awesome to have the Bay Window in my little reading nook in my living room and replace this large one. It really is the perfect spot for a Bay Window. I would also give more space to access the coat closet to the left of the television.
The rest of the windows and even the front door allow for a ton of light but they could use some major improvement from an energy efficient stand point. I really love the light but the function needs a little help.