Have a door that goes to nowhere? A door that you never use anymore or one that has never been used because of its inconvenient location?
Stop letting that door have a free ride and replace it with something that you are actually going to use, like a window.
Window Construction Convenience
Because there is already a hole in the wall you don’t have to worry about cutting one for your new window. You will, however, have to replace part of the wall that the window does not cover. Now you could try to do this yourself, but it is really best if you hire a professional that can do the whole project for you.
More Natural Light From a Window
By removing an unused door and replacing it with a window, you create a natural source of light for your room that you didn’t get from the door. There are two reasons why creating this new natural source of light is good for you.
First, natural light is good for your mood. Natural light makes you feel happy, and it can also help you sleep better at night. Second, by being able to use natural light to light up a room instead of a light, you will save money on your electric bill.
More Use From a Window
A door that is not being used might as well be a wall. A window, however, allows you safe viewing to the outside world without worrying about which way the door swings open or potential hazards that may be on the outside of the door. There’s a reason you stopped using that door, right?
So in addition to avoiding whatever reason you stopped using the door for, a window can be used to let in the natural light where a solid door can’t. It can also let fresh air into a room to cool an area down or to decrease the chance of getting sick in the winter.
In addition to getting more use out of a window, a window also looks better as part of the décor in a room than a door that is poorly hidden behind a desk or a couch.
For more information out how you can change an unwanted door into a window, contact us today.