Gallery description: The pictures in this before and after gallery are generally shown with the before depiction to the left of, or above, the after depiction. When helpful to show how the outside appearance of the building is improved with the renovation, pictures are provided with inside depiction shown on the left and outside on the right, or vice versa.
In most situations the trend for windows is to change from dark to lighter colored trims, and to provide a new energy-efficient structure with double panes and tighter seals. Windows that are opened by sliding the bottom half up, are commonly replacing windows that are opened outward using a lever. Windows can also provide natural light when added to doors and entryways, or to spans of windowless exterior walls, such as in a garage.
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Slide 1: Inside and outside views show a door with small windows in the top portion, replaced with a door with panes taking up more than half the door height
Slide 2: An entryway gets more natural light with a half-circle shaped window in the top portion of the door, and a matching arched window in the door side panel
Slide 3: A front door adopts a regal appearance with a solid black door flanked by side panels with full-height small window panes, all in white trim