If unobstructed views are a must for your new windows, consider going with a seamless window—they’ll ensure that the transition from the indoors to outdoors won’t be an obvious one. Here’s a bit of background information to get you started.
Because seamless windows are a specialty window, their costs vary significantly by region and manufacturer. Check with a local window installer for more specific price estimates—they’ll also be able to help you with tax rebates and incentives.
The durability of seamless windows depends on the materials used.
Like other windows, seamless windows require regular cleaning with soft cloth (or squeegee) and non-abrasive household cleaner.
Seamless windows are several windows in a consecutive line with no visible seams in between them.
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