Renewal by Andersen® of Central Pennsylvania is always ready to answer questions regarding your next window replacement project. In this post, we’ve compiled five common questions we receive from our customers in hopes that we can clarify a few things about our replacement windows.
How Do I Know If I Need Replacement Windows?
Old, worn-down windows leak air and do not insulate well, which leads to energy loss. Drafts enter your home through gaps in your window, which is a result of the hardware warping due to age or moisture damage. To find out if your window admits drafts, stand in front of your closed window and try to feel around the edges for air.
What Does Green Seal™-Certified or ENERGY STAR®-Rated Mean for Windows?
Energy efficiency helps conserve our planet’s finite energy reserves. Green Seal and ENERGY STAR labels mean that the product in question has met or exceeded federal standards for energy efficiency. Our windows have been certified by both Energy Star and Green Seal.
Can Replacement Windows Really Lower My Energy Costs?
Yes. Renewal by Andersen replacement windows all come with High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass, Fibrex frames and double glazing with argon gas fill, which all work together to insulate your interior from heat transfer. This means less heat loss in winter and less heat gain in summer.
How Long Does Installation Take?
We can install your new windows in a day. We’ll arrive on time and follow an efficient and effective method that has allowed us to flawlessly remove and install windows as quickly as possible for thousands of homeowners across America.
Is There a Replacement Window Style Recommended for Older Homes?
Our window design catalog offers several window styles for traditional homes, like double-hung and casement windows. Choose from other styles like gliding, awning, bay, bow and picture windows we offer as well. You can also opt for a specialty window if your existing window is irregularly shaped.
Renewal by Andersen of Central Pennsylvania delivers quality window replacement services. Call us at (717) 591-4900. We serve homeowners in York, PA.