Window and door replacements can be a big investment. Wouldn’t you want to get something that’s worth what you spend? Renewal by Andersen® has many innovations that make its products stand out and benefit homeowners greatly. Let’s discuss three of these innovations further:
There was a time when wood was the most popular material used for windows and doors in Spring, TX, and all across the country. The only problem with wood, however, is that it tends to rot and deteriorate over time. With Fibrex, what you get is the same beautiful classic look of good old wood—but with the strength, durability, and longevity of vinyl. This combination also works to lower your monthly energy consumption because it regulates heat transfer effectively.
High-Performance™ Low-E4® Glass
High-Performance Low-E4 glass contributes primarily to the energy efficiency of your windows and doors in much the same way as Fibrex does. Compared with your standard dual-panel glass, Low-E4 is 45% more energy-efficient in summer and 56% more efficient in winter. Further, its coating can help reduce 99% of ugly-looking water spots. This same coating also makes the units dry faster than normal. On top of these, the glass itself is very durable and resistant to damage.
High-Performance Low-E4 SmartSun™ Glass
UV light from the sun can cause colors to fade and leather to dry and crack—these certainly don’t help the aesthetics of your interiors. SmartSun glass has an added microscopic layer of silver that can block over 95% of UV rays without affecting the clarity of the glass. This innovation is ideal for window or even patio door replacement in Spring, Texas, as these products let a lot of sunlight into your home.
With the combination of these three innovations, you get windows and doors that bring a little more value to your investment, making replacements a worthwhile expense. Contact Renewal by Andersen of Houston today at (281) 547-6177, and we’ll be more than happy to elaborate on the benefits of each innovation. We’ll even provide a free in-home consultation.