We at On the Ball Bathrooms believe bathroom windows need to serve three important functions
- Reducing the amount of moisture involved in a bathroom area.
- Allowing for natural light.
- The final but most important; Stopping the world from seeing me naked.
So the third important function might not be so important for you but the other two are really the key points to selecting the right bathroom window for you. So often for most of our renovations, we do two types of windows in our bathrooms Sliding or Awning.
Below we will cover some basics on why you should pick one or the other
Aluminium sliding windows are also useful in areas with limited space that cannot accommodate a window sash protruding inside or out – such as your bathroom. The negative about sliding windows are if they are too narrow in height-wise they can look very chunky with too much trim. Below are some variations of sliding windows we have used in our bathrooms over the years.
The basic description of an awning window is hinged at or near the top of the frame and swings out from the bottom to open. The design of awning windows makes it ideal for ventilation in wet weather with the sash acting as a canopy to keep the rain out. You can also control the amount of air coming in by adjusting the angle of the window. This though can be a negative as they have less ventilation due to how much the window can open. One other negative of the window is the limited fly screen security options and being unsuitable for tight external spaces. It would be the most popular window we do for all our bathroom renovations in Perth.
If you have come to this page for the purpose of selecting your bathroom window for your next bathroom renovation from us we are glad you are here. Below is a more detailed description of the window specifics we are providing you from the Carinya company which we believe are the best in Australia for bathrooms. Just click the PDF Link
As you can tell from a ton of images you can get a huge range of window colours and finishes. Below is the list of finishes we are able to get for you – Click The Underlined Link Below – The three below that are the most popular window finishes we do.
Black Satin (Black – Matches Black Tapware)
Pearl White (White – Matches Any White Tile)
Clear Anodised (Grey Metal-Look – Matches Chrome and Brushed Nickel Tapware)
We are always open to getting any window type you are after for your renovation such as timber windows, uPVC windows even glass block windows all you need to do is ask and we shall provide. Looking for added protection to your window? We can even install Invisi-Gard for that added protection to your window we at OTB bathrooms are looking to get the most out of your space by providing as many quality products as possible.
Sometimes changing a window is not in your budget but you can’t stand the glass that’s currently occupying the space. By changing just the glass might open the whole vibe of the bathroom like this Canning Vale bathroom tomorrow which has switched the glass to a white frost which makes it look so modern.
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It’s important to note that all our advice is general in nature and all bathrooms are unique so always speak to your local qualified tradesman for the best advice. At on the ball bathrooms we love feedback so let us know what you think with a comment below or if you are looking for a bathroom renovation quote and live in Perth, Western Australia contact us on 0419964678 or email us at email@example.com.
This article was written by James Mc, one of the founders of On the Ball Bathrooms with over 15 years of bathroom renovation experience combined with knowledge of over a 2000+ completed renovation projects. We hope that we have helped you in any way with some helpful renovations tips or just at least some pretty renovation pictures to look at 🙂