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Expansive Floor to Ceiling Windows

posted on August 23, 2021 in Los Angeles

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Homeowners living in Los Angeles are at the center of all the hustle and bustle. Plus with the ocean not too far away, there are plenty of views that are not to be missed. Installing expansive glass panes in your home is a great way to increase the natural light while creating a focal point for you and your family to enjoy. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows are not only beautiful but desirable to take in the scenery around LA, Santa Barbara, Orange County and Ventura County. In recent years, floor-to-ceiling windows have become more popular especially in Mid-Century Modern and Contemporary style homes. They work to expand an open floor plan design and dramatically transform your space.

Benefits to Floor to Ceiling Windows

There are many benefits of floor-to-ceiling windows. Creating a wall of windows makes a room feel bright and airy by letting in the maximum natural light possible. With the abundance of natural light during the day, there won’t be a need for artificial light so there’s a chance of energy savings as well.

Floor-to-ceiling windows fit the definition of creating an indoor-outdoor connection. The wall of windows can appear open to the outside, resulting in a beautiful focal point of the landscape or ocean that’s just beyond your windows. Even a cityscape or skyline is beautiful through the expanses of a window wall.

Your windows can be just what you want them to be. From a large single panel window to a  combination of fixed windows paired with awning or casement windows, window walls can add character to your space. With the addition of large windows, a smaller space opens up to look bigger and brighter.

Lastly, floor-to-ceiling windows can help enhance your curb appeal. Expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows are inviting and just truly beautiful to look at.

Considerations of Floor to Ceiling Windows

While it’s hard not to love floor-to-ceiling windows, there are some considerations to give some thought to before installing these windows into your home. 

For starters, there is a lack of privacy. When floor-to-ceiling windows are installed in your house the more open things are and the easier it is for people to see in. If you live in a more private area, this may not be something you have to worry about. To combat this, the installation of curtains may help add some privacy and security for peace of mind.

Upkeep and caring for your large windows need to be considered, too. If you have small children or pets, these windows may need to be cleaned more frequently to maintain their clear appearance. Many times these windows are so large an outside vendor may need to be hired to help clean.

Living in LA, homeowners are no stranger to warm and even very hot weather. Curtains may provide a benefit more than just added privacy by way of keeping out too much heat. An excess of natural light could damage furniture and other personal belongings. Pella Windows & Doors of Los Angeles offers a variety of glass options to help mitigate some of these concerns as well.

Customize Your Floor to Ceiling Windows

There are many different design considerations to make your window dreams a reality. As mentioned, many modern and contemporary homes opt for a large expansive fixed window with minimal trim. If you’re looking to add more character to your home, specialty arched windows are a great way to add interest. Grilles are an option to add definition and enhance curb appeal, especially if you have a traditional coastal-style home.

Our team at Pella Windows & Doors of Los Angeles is here to help you with any of your needs for your windows and doors. We’re knowledgeable about the popular styles and materials that work best for homes in our area. Stop by your local showroom or browse our website to view various options.

*Based on a 2020 survey of leading window brands among homeowners.