Renewal by Andersen windows are designed for easy cleaning and the ability to do it all yourself. If it has been awhile since your last Spring cleaning or this is your first time cleaning your Andersen windows, these videos provide you with step by step instructions to have them shining as good as new. Having to remove your window screens, tilting in your windows, and lubricating your windows all seem like tasks that would be extremely time consuming and tedious. All of that stress will be eliminated after watching our videos.
How to Remove and Replace Window Screens For Cleaning
Cleaning your Andersen windows is a breeze with this step-by-step video on how to remove and replace your window screens for cleaning. The great news about cleaning Renewal by Andersen windows is that it can all be done from inside, no matter what story your windows are on!
How to Tilt in Double-Hung Windows
Did you know that when cleaning your Renewal by Andersen double-hung windows you can clean the inside and the outside of the window all from the inside of your house? Watch this video to learn how to tilt in your double-hung windows!
How to Clean Your Gliding Window
Gliding windows do not tilt in as easy as double hung windows, but with this video, you can learn just how easy cleaning Renewal by Andersen gliding windows can be. With gliding windows, you are able to bring the entire window inside for easy cleaning.
How To Lubricate Your Windows
Have your Renewal by Andersen videos become hard to open? Over time, dust and pollen can build up in the tracks. By using a silicone-based lubricant and spraying to both the inside and outside tracks, your windows will operate as good as new! Watch this video to see step-by-step instructions to lubricate your windows!
Hi, I’m Linda with Renewal by Andersen of Central PA. Have your windows become hard to push up and down, or hard to open? That’s because, over time, dust and pollen can build up in the tracks. Simply all you need is to go out to Lowes or Home Depot, and buy a silicone-based lubricant. And you just spray both the inside and the outside tracks. You put your window up, give a spray to the outside and the inside on both sides, and then you do the top as well. Spray both the inside and the outside again, and your windows will be operating just as good as new.
If your gliding windows aren’t opening and closing as easily as they did when you first had them installed, simply open them up. By using a silicone-based lubricant that you can buy at Lowes or Home Depot, you just spray the front and back track on the top and bottom. Make sure you do both sides, and the window will slide just as easily as the day you had it installed.
How to Have Casement Windows Open Easier
If your casement windows are not opening and closing as easily as they used to, Renewal by Andersen has the solution for you! By spraying the silicone-based lubricant spray on the locking mechanism bar, cracking mechanisms on the bottom and top, and the snuggers, your casement windows will be working as good as new!