“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.
Many replacement windows are built with vinyl or wood frames. While these materials have some advantages, they also have major drawbacks, such as poor insulation and onerous maintenance requirements. A far superior frame material is Fibrex®, a composite material exclusively available through Renewal by Andersen®.
Windows play a critical role in a home’s design and function. High-quality windows can help you achieve three objectives: enhancing curb appeal; creating a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors; and protecting your home from the elements while allowing light and air inside your home. When planning a window replacement, follow these tips from […]