“It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity.” This saying can be applied to window damage as well as human discomfort.
Windows take a lot of abuse, both from indoors and outdoors. They are constantly exposed to the elements on one side, while daily human use affects their performance on the other. All these things contribute to gradual wear and tear. Eventually, every window reaches the end of its life span and needs to be replaced.
Maintaining your windows in winter is not very different than in other seasons. During the colder months, heating becomes an essential part of your home. This means you should pay attention to how your windows can help maximize indoor heating and energy efficiency.
Many homeowners have their own preferences when it comes to patio doors. Some look to a modern aesthetic, while others desire a more classic, traditional look. Style alone, however, shouldn’t be your only consideration as far as these fixtures are concerned. Other factors must be taken into account when selecting patio doors, and none is […]
Despite the time and effort you may put into maintaining your windows, these important home components won’t last forever. At some point they must be replaced, especially if you start seeing signs of trouble such as poor indoor comfort and higher energy bills. In today’s blog, Renewal by Andersen® of Central Pennsylvania shares some signs […]