3 Design Considerations for Kitchen Windows
The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in your home. However, the tasks you carry out in it can demand physical effort and tire your muscles, making you want to cool down once in a while. This is why ventilation is important to have in the kitchen area. Fortunately, you can achieve this by installing a beautiful, energy-efficient window replacement.
Kitchen Windows Should Be Easy To Open
Nobody wants a window that’s difficult to open. It’s useful to install the kitchen window above the sink where it can be reached easily, particularly in a cramped kitchen. Most homes use casement windows in their kitchens because they can be cranked open with one hand. You can also consider a sliding window that’s placed directly above the countertop. With one easy glide, you can allow cool, fresh air to come in.
Prioritize Proper Air Circulation
Most often than not, we visit the kitchen to prepare meals, and while cooking or baking we tend to produce steam and smoke. To prevent the smoke detector from going off, you can open the kitchen window to help dissipate any smoke building in the air. In addition, you don’t want to have to endure a hot, sticky atmosphere while performing intensive, time-consuming tasks.
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Allow In Natural Sunlight
Having large windows is particularly beneficial in dark, cramped areas. In addition to the natural sunlight that large windows will bring into your kitchen, the space will also appear larger than it actually is. To save space, you can install a sliding or double-hung window as part of your backsplash.
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