Once you start making decisions on replacement windows in Los Angeles, CA, you’ll recognize that there are many of them to be made. One important decision goes to the frame color, and another will go to the trim. If you want to enjoy the overall look of your windows, as well as the comforts they bring in their efficiency, you’ll take care in making the right color choices. Here are some replacement windows trim and frame options to consider:
Replacement Window Frame Color
The color of the frame will be one of the earlier color decisions you will make. Once you decide what material to use on the frame, color options will be laid out for you to pick. With wood frames, the color choices are limitless. With vinyl, the manufacturer will set the options, but they are usually plentiful as well. We offer twelve exterior designer colors that are also fade resistant because they reflect UV rays away from the house, thus keeping it more cool and comfortable. Some homeowners like to play it safe with the classic white. White is a great color for window frames since it goes with any other color. If you have one color on your house now but change it later, white will look good with both. Other homeowners like to coordinate their frame color with their current house color, so the frames blend in. And then there’s the option to contrast colors boldly. Black, for example, is very popular on window frames right now, and if you have a house in a light color, it can work well.
Exterior Trim Colors Around Replacement Windows
If necessary, you might have to replace the exterior trim around your windows when you get them replaced. That gives you a good chance to change the color if you want. Some homeowners like the exterior trim to go along with the window frame color, while others want it to match the house or contrast. The trim will make a difference in the home’s overall look, so choose the colors with care.
Interior Trim Color Around Replacement Windows
The frame inside your house is the window’s interior trim and is often the same color as the baseboards in the house, as well as any crown molding if you have any. Matching the trim to those things gives your house a cohesive look. If the trim is in good condition, remove and replace it after the windows go in. But it’s also a good time to change things if you want new trim highlighting the replacement windows. Getting the coloring right on your Los Angeles, CA replacement windows is very important to the project’s overall outcome. You want the windows to look nice inside and out as they give you further energy efficiency and lower bills.
To get the right color combinations, work with the professionals at American Deluxe Windows by calling 1 (818) 561-8191 for a free quote. You can start by booking an in-home estimate, so our window experts can help you get ideas, examine colors, and start to make informed decisions for your home.