3 Bedroom Window Essentials You Should Consider




The bedroom is that one space where you can put your feet up and relax after a long day. And, if you’re planning to further improve this room’s comfort this season, why not consider a professional window replacement? Like most projects, however, this one will take some careful decision-making. 

 

 

 

  1. Think about window insulation. Noisy kids, barking dogs or speeding cars – it won’t do to have outside noise interrupting your much-needed rest. That’s why, when investing in new windows for your bedroom, you need to make sure they come with superior insulating value. The replacement windows offered by Renewal by Andersen® of Houston use our exclusive Fibrex® material. It combines the strength of wood and low-maintenance performance of vinyl.

    But most importantly, this composite does not crack, pit or corrode. It creates a durable, airtight seal in operable windows like casements and fixed ones like picture windows. This significantly reduces noise transfer in your home, creating a calmer, more relaxing environment.

 

  1. Ventilation is definitely important. You’ll be spending hours at a time in your bedroom sleeping. Make sure to choose operable windows, such as double hung units or casements that you can open to direct fresh, cooling breezes into your space. Aside from helping improve indoor air quality, these windows also lower your reliance on your air conditioning system, which in turn, allows for reduced cooling bills.

 

  1. Make sure your new bedroom windows are up to code. Local building codes typically specify the size and height of bedroom windows. This way, you can easily and safely use them to exit your home in case of emergencies. Casement and sliding windows can be an excellent choice for meeting these codes. 

 

To ensure a smooth and worry-free window replacement, work only with your reliable window company, Renewal by Andersen of Houston. We serve the areas in Tomball, Kingwood, Conroe and Sugar Land, TX. Call us today at (281) 547-6177, or fill out this contact form to schedule your consultation.


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