It’s important to choose the right interior window trims and casings for your home. While they’re available in many different designs, they all offer essentially the same kind of protection and function, helping prevent air leakages. To help you choose the right one for your home, there are a few things you have to consider.
If you’re looking for something utilitarian, then this is a great choice. This type of casing also lays flat against the siding of your home and interior walls. This gives it that finished look that really helps tie the visual appeal of windows together with your home. Plus, like most casings and trims, it can also block hot and cold air from entering your home while keeping the interiors at a comfortable temperature.
This type of casing can either sit as a pediment above the window or surround the entire window. The composite and plastic variants offer the distinct look of carved molding. This type of casing comes highly recommended by some professional window contractors, especially if you want to beef up your windows with a classical or historical style.
This type of casing is pretty simple in design. It’s mostly suited to older homes since it lays flat against the exterior and interior walls. The casing is usually made of a single layer of composite material or wood with a simple stool molding that’s supported by an apron along the bottom side of a window. What you get is a more decorative or a fluted column design, depending on your preference.
Contemporary or modern casing features a cleaner design that usually matches the color of the wood or other material of the rest of the window. If you’re looking to have your home blend in with your neighborhood and not stand out, then we recommend using this type of casing for your home. This is because the glass of your window is the focal point in the design instead of the trim and moldings.
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