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Double-Hung Windows: Simple but Stylish for a New Home

Anyone looking to build a new house needs to pay special attention to their windows. Options like double-hung windows contribute to a home’s overall fashion in a multitude of ways. Therefore, individuals building a new home should understand what this option has to offer their home, including the many operational benefits this type of window…

A Clerestory Takes Your Home to the Next Level of Comfort

Designing a new home brings lots of possibilities that you don’t always have when renovating an older home instead. For modern Midwestern homeowners, this situation includes the chance to add energy-reducing features that will lower bills and contribute to a comfortable home for years to come. One method of making your house more energy conscious…

Benefits of More Sunlight in Your Home in the Winter

Winter is almost here. It’s a season of colder weather, shorter days, and less sunlight. However, there is still plenty of sunshine to enjoy if you know how to embrace it and bring it into your home. So fling open those curtains and raise the blinds — there are plenty of benefits of letting sun…

Specialty Windows to Spruce Up Your Home

The traditional square or rectangular window is functional and familiar, and it gets the job done. However, sometimes you want to add a distinct trait to your home that conventional windows simply cannot deliver. Specialty windows deviate from the norm, coming in different shapes and designs to give your home a truly inspired feel. Shaped…

6 Reasons Casement Windows Are Perfect For an Upstairs Apartment

If you rent out an upstairs apartment that is in need of new windows, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is which window style to choose. Double-hung, awning, sliding, and fixed windows have pros and cons — but casement windows have some particular advantages when used on a second-story (or higher) floor.…

Everything You Need to Know About Bay and Bow Windows

Homeowners replace windows for a variety of reasons, including to increase energy efficiency. However, a prime reason is to increase the beauty of their home. If you decide to add a bay or bow window, you can also increase the light and usable space in your house. Basics About Bay Windows A bay window consists…

Use Your Front Door to Boost Your Curb Appeal

If you want to boost curb appeal without spending too much money, direct your focus to your front door. Investing in a new front door is one of the easiest, most cost-effective ways to increase your home’s value. Below, we’ll list some reasons to upgrade your front door, and then we’ll give you some suggestions…

3 Steps to Achieve an Optimal View From Your Windows

The mountains. The trees. The blue sky. Whatever view greets you outside your home, you want to take it all in. Unfortunately, the current view through your windows is less than ideal. Here are a few steps you can take to improve that view. 1. Get the Right Type of Window If you’re considering installing…

5 Window-Related Tactics to Make a Small Room Look Bigger

If your home includes one or more small rooms, you may be constantly looking for tricks to make those spaces feel cozy rather than cramped. While you can use a number of techniques to achieve the illusion of openness, you should start with your windows. Your windows and how you cover them can dramatically change…

Low-Emissivity Storm Windows and Why They May Be Right for Your Home

Increasing a home’s energy efficiency can be a challenge, particularly if the home is older or contains serious preexisting flaws that inhibit energy savings. However, one action that homeowners can take to increase efficiency is installing storm windows. These modern windows are built with low-emissivity (“low-e”) glass, and their low cost means they will pay…

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Arch Design Window and Door Co. is Greater Cincinnati’s replacement window and door specialists. We are the ONLY Authorized Independent Service Provider for Andersen Windows in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Call Us today at (513) 367-0737.