Picture replacement windows in Houston are the ideal choice if you want to create both an artistic and dramatic effect inside your house by having windows that will beautifully frame your view of the scenery outside your house. These windows come in different shapes and sizes. Unlike most windows, picture windows are fixed which means they can’t be opened or closed. Picture windows by Zen are manufactured to meet our industry-leading standards and are one of the most energy efficient windows available in the market today.
The picture you see at the right depicts a picture window mounted between 2 double hung windows. Ganging (call mulling) windows together like this is a great way to open up your view when you have large openings in a wall.
Zen Windows offers a wide array of options that will help you easily blend your new windows with your existing décor. Below are some of the best qualities that make Zen replacement windows the choice for homeowners.
- Colors – We have a collection of standard color choices and finishes that are unmatched in the window industry. If you want it, we can get it for you. We can even do color matching for you if a standard color just won’t work for you.
- Wood Grains – This is an ideal choice to have on your windows if you want to match their interior trim and framing or with your wood furniture or floors inside your rooms.
- Energy Efficiency – Apart from offering window replacements that either meet or exceed industry standards for energy efficiency, we also offer “greener” packages for our windows which include Low-E coating, argon gas and krypton infused panes, insulated sashes, dual and triple glazing, and many others.
- Lifetime Warranty – The picture windows that you’re going to get from us are covered for the life of your home. Plus, the warranty is transferable if you decide to sell.
Zen Windows are made with only the best virgin vinyl as well as other top quality materials. This means that you can be assured that our picture windows won’t rot, corrode, rust, blister, pit, or fade over time. How else can we warranty the windows for life?