We saw a number of Pittsburgh homeowners putting black windows in their home this October, but black windows have been gaining in popularity for more than just this past month. We started seeing an uptick in homeowners wanting black windows back in 2017 (almost 3 years ago at this point!) and they continue to be a popular choice among homeowners of all kinds. If you’re considering replacing with black windows for your home but are concerned it’s just a passing trend, fear not, this trend is here to stay.
Every month, our sales team sees some of the best and newest trends when they’re out spending time with their homeowners and helping them to replace their windows and doors. They’re all throughout our city each and every day both seeing and installing some of the newest, most modern trends. When it comes to modernizing and updating your home, you couldn’t take advice from a better source! Luckily, we’re curating the month’s trends that we’ve noticed, just for you in Pittsburgh, every single month. This month (and for the last two years), our Pittsburgh homeowners are modernizing their homes by replacing with black windows.
Black windows have had such staying power for good reason. They’re versatile in terms of style and material, they are an excellent option for nearly any color of home. For homeowners looking to modernize their home, black windows offer a great way to do so without having to do a major renovation.
Because of their versatility in both window type and material, the cost of black windows can be fitted to the budget of the homeowner. If you are looking for a more budget-friendly black window option, consider vinyl windows. If you're looking for a wood aesthetic on the inside with black cladding on the outside, you can select black aluminum clad wood windows. Or if you're looking for low-maintenance windows that are at more mid-budget price point, consider black fiberglass windows. Regardless of what material you choose, there are also a full range of types of window to chose from as well. Black windows come in every window type from double-hung and awning windows to casement and sliding windows.
Black windows are a great solution for homeowners because they can match nearly any color and style of home. Some of our favorite are black windows in white houses, brick homes, and gray homes. We’ve even seen black windows in beautiful homes with brown stone or brown siding. No matter the color of your home, chances are, there is a black windows option for you.
If you’re thinking of modernizing your home or are curious about how black windows would look in your home, reach out to one of our sales reps to learn more.