Windows for inside the home are not all that common. However, they can be useful to make wall-separated spaces look bigger or as an alternative to open plan. For example, if your child’s playroom is next door to the family room by installing an internal window you can keep an eye on the children without the full noise of an open plan layout.
To minimise accidents in the home all internal windows should be toughened. To keep warmth in the space the windows can also be double glazed like any external window.
Talk to a window specialist about the best option for your home.
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