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Get Wonderful Replacement Windows With Sunburst Windows | Hawaii

Get Wonderful Replacement Windows With Sunburst Windows | Hawaii

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Many people don’t think about replacing the windows in their home because windows typically last a very long time. However, when you end up needing replacement windows, it can become a big issue. Windows are much more important in homes than many people realize. You want to make sure that you are getting the right windows.

If you live in Hawaii and are interested in replacement windows, there are different businesses that you can call to perform the service for you, one being Sunburst Windows.

Types of Windows

If you are getting windows, it is a good idea to know about all of the different types of windows, so that you can make an informed choice and know what all your options are.

Double-Hung Windows

Double-hung windows have operable lower and upper sashes and give people the classic look that many like. If you lower the upper sash and raise the bottom one, you can allow the warmer air that usually collects near the ceiling to move out through the top of the window. Then, the cooler air can come into your home through the bottom. This is a great idea, especially in a warm area.

There are many double hung windows that have sashes that tilt inward. This will allow you to clean the outsides of the windows when you are inside your home. This is a particularly convenient feature if you have these windows on any floor other than the bottom floor, since otherwise you would have to go outside and clean the outside of the windows with a ladder.

Single-Hung Windows

Single-hung windows have a similar look when compared to double-hung windows, but it is only the lower sash that you can move. Some models of these types of windows will allow you to pivot the sash towards the inside, so that you can clean the outsides of the windows this way as well.

Sliding Windows

Sliding windows come with at least one panel that will move horizontally along both lower and upper tracks. This will allow you to fairly easily open up the window at least half way, to allow ventilation into the building. These can be a good option for some people who are interested in replacement windows.

Accent Windows

You can get accent windows in many different shapes and designs. Typically, these are fixed, and you can’t open them up and allow ventilation. However, they will give you visual variety in terms of the shapes within the window and the overall shape of a window. For example, these windows can come in the shape of an octagon, which many standard sliding and hung windows cannot.

Glass Block Windows

Glass block windows are made from Individual blocks that are sealed together using mortar. The glass is usually very thick and resistant to breakage. It will provide some privacy, since it is not clear. However, it will still allow light into your home. These windows are typically fixed, all those some will have a built-in vent that you will be able to till to open. There are other models that include outlets for dryer vent hoses, such as the ones that are designed for use in a laundry room specifically.

Basement Hopper Windows

Basement hopper windows are typically open from the top and hinged on the bottom. They will typically be located in a basement, providing air flow for the entire area. Usually, they are going to be placed in a low position on an exterior wall. If you want replacement windows in your basement, they will often be basement hopper windows.

Projection Windows

These types of windows actually extend out from your home when you open them up. There are different types of projection windows, including bow windows and bay windows. Bow windows are assemblies of three or more units that are positioned at slight angles, so that they will give the appearance of a slight outward arc. Bay windows will fit together at bigger angles and typically project further from your home. These can be a very attractive option for people who are looking for replacement windows.

Casement Windows

Casement windows are a type of window that are pivot out for ventilation purposes on one end and are hinged on the other end. They will provide a good amount of air flow into your home and are fairly easy for you to open as well. If you are in need of extra ventilation in your home, you might consider this a good option in terms of replacement windows.


These are windows that will mount in the ceiling. They can either be operable or fixed. During the day, they will allow light into the building and play the same role as overhead light fixtures. There are different sizes that skylights can be. The larger traditional ones will need direct connections between the roof in the ceiling in order to be installed. The smaller tubular ones will include a reflective tube that channels natural light and illuminates smaller spaces.

Storm Windows

Storm windows will minimize the flow of air into a house. It will give you an economical way to maximize the energy efficiency of windows with only one pain. There is extra insulation in the space between the existing window and the storm window, which will work very well for keeping heat in the home when it is colder outside. This may be a good choice for people who are in need of replacement windows and also want to cut down on their energy bills.


If you are in need of replacement windows in Hawaii, you should do your research on exactly what type of windows you will need and then contact the right service. Sunburst Windows is an excellent company that will help answer any questions that you might have on replacement windows and give you all of the guidance you need in terms of actually having them installed.


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