Garden windows are three-dimensional, glass-topped windows that extend out from the exterior wall of the home. Functional, unique, and beautiful, garden windows are often used as tiny greenhouses, the ideal place for a potted herb garden. Kitchen garden windows are the most requested, but these showcase windows can work in almost any room of your home. You can use the sunny space to display anything you like.
Garden windows from Zen Windows Denver can be used to grow or display:
Garden windows are practical and eye-catching. To get a quick, free quote on garden window installation in Denver or Colorado Springs, contact the pros at Zen Windows today! Dial (303) 507-5206 or contact us online!
Like the weather, elevations here in the Denver area of Colorado are different than the rest of the country. So our requirements for windows are different, too. As you ascend higher, air pressure decreases. It becomes less dense. This makes it harder to maintain a strong seal on windows. It also affects the way the gas between the panes expands and contracts with changing temperatures.
Zen Windows Denver glass professionals understand what special requirements should be met for high-altitude casement windows:
When you partner with us for garden window installation, you can be sure your windows are customized for high altitudes and extreme weather. Your beautiful garden windows will be architecturally compatible with your structure and a terrific upgrade to your property.
Garden windows are a great investment. You’ll realize energy savings (and save money) with your high-altitude garden windows installation. It will also increase your property value as well as curb appeal. We can give you a hassle-free quote on your garden windows project before we visit! Call Zen Windows Denver at (303) 507-5206 or contact us to plan your garden window project.
Quality garden windows from Zen Windows Denver are:
We can help you select a garden window that complements the style of your home. If you like, we can also suggest where to place the window, although homeowners often choose the traditional garden window over the kitchen sink. This way, you can reach up and pluck some bay leaves to add flavor to whatever you’re cooking instantly!
Tell us where you want your garden window! Contact Zen Windows Denver today.
Vinyl garden windows from Zen Windows Denver are typically made using four panes of glass, framed with high-quality vinyl, and include energy-efficient features. The bottom of the window is typically not glass, but a solid surface called a seat board. Garden windows may include glass shelves.
Installing standard windows, such as casement windows, on either side of the garden window provides comfortable airflow and frames the garden window nicely. Ask your Zen Windows representative about garden window size, material, and color options—or request a custom window. Whether you desire the classic kitchen garden window above your sink or want your window in another room, we’re ready to help.
When it comes to windows, we have a variety of different styles, colors, and grids to ensure you get the absolute perfect fit for your home. We have three distinct lines of windows that can appeal to every homeowner’s budget and taste.
Contact Zen Windows Denver today to learn more about our various replacement window options.
We sell garden windows that will suit your home perfectly whether you’re adding a brand new window or replacing a garden window. At Zen Windows, we make the selection and installation process smooth and efficient. Our talented team provides top-quality window installation and superior customer service without the annoying sales pitch. We guarantee our window products and installation to ensure your complete satisfaction.
Get your fast, free and accurate quote on new or replacement garden windows. It’s easy, and no home visit is needed for a precise estimate. Simply contact Zen Windows online, or call us at (303) 507-5206 today.
Some of the frequently asked questions we receive about our high-altitude garden windows include:
*Prices based on 2017 estimates also vary by region.