While wood and vinyl replacement windows remain a popular choice, these materials have a lot of disadvantages. The first one, for instance, can rot over time. The latter, on the other hand, won’t decay but is prone to peeling and cracking.
The decision to replace your windows is a big leap when it comes to energy efficiency, functionality and aesthetics. That’s because your current units probably aren’t as high-performing as they were when they were installed. Opting for newer, more thermally efficient windows can minimize your utility costs.
For a hands-on homeowner, the design process involves making remodeling plans well before consulting a local provider of door installation services. If this is the case with you, you’ll love the Renewal by Andersen® Visualizer™, a free online tool that lets you design your own patio doors in four easy steps. Here’s a quick walkthrough: [Read more…]
Letting sunlight into your home offers several benefits. It makes your interior look larger, reduces your reliance on artificial daytime lighting and even reduces stress by promoting regular sleep cycles. But with its benefits come undesirable effects such as solar heat and UV rays. Fortunately, you can take advantage of low emissivity (Low-E) coatings to give your home a powerful layer of protection. [Read more…]
You don’t have to deal with the problems associated with old windows, such as sagging, warping and a generally short life span. You need vinyl replacement windows made of better material. At Renewal by Andersen®, we offer a better solution with our exclusive Fibrex® frame material. Here are some of the reasons it makes the best window frames: [Read more…]
COPYRIGHT © 2014. RENEWAL BY ANDERSEN LOS ANGELES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.