Upper Sandusky Traditional
The previous windows on this immaculately-kept 1976 split-level home in Upper Sandusky, OH were replaced with new, energy-efficient bays, double hungs, and picture windows. The Cashmere exterior finish and between-the-glass grilles compliment the look of the traditional style of this home.
Bay windows open up the view to the outdoors and create cozy nooks inside this home; they also add interest to the exterior architecture. Bay windows are typically created by flanking a large window with smaller windows. The bays in this home feature a larger picture flanked by double-hung windows, as are used throughout the rest of the home.
The homeowner combined beautiful detail with easy cleaning by choosing Infinity from Marvin double hung windows that include a standard tilt feature, and grilles between the glass (also called "GBGs").