As the residential construction boom continues to grow in 2019, auxiliary industries such as windows, doors, roofing, siding and more are bound to see an increase, as well. Home exterior renovation companies are gearing up for the rise in demand particularly in their doors and replacement window products. So what design trends are set to break new grounds this year?
Here are a few window and door styles our remodeling experts at Allstar Construction foresee will make it big within the year.
Frames and Colors
Black has always been a strong contender as far as window frames go. However, modern homes are beginning to expand into a more varied palette of dark hues such as browns, reds and greens. Some new trendsetters are taking a lighter and warmer approach with grays and whites. But darker colors are not showing any signs of slowing down.
Unscrupulous storm damage repair companies are probably the only ones who look forward to more frequent bad weather brought about by global warming. Homeowners, on the other hand, are increasingly choosing products that reduce their environmental impact. High-efficiency glazing, thermally insulated framing and eco-friendly manufacturing processes are top priorities when choosing windows and doors for their home. You can expect to see better and greener products before the year is finished.
Back to the Classics
While half the world is embracing the futuristic post-modern aesthetic, the other half is doubling down on classic design trends. Intricate decorative trims and finishes are making a comeback. Some homeowners are putting their own modern take on the classic American staples such as Victorian, Prairie and Colonial architecture.
Our window replacement experts, siding installation professionals and roofing contractors at Allstar Construction can help you upgrade your home’s curb appeal and increase its value. We are your trusted leading provider of high-quality products and excellent services. Give us a call at (763) 220-3444 or fill out our online contact form to request a free estimate today.