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Historically, windows coincided with the development of fixed and enclosed houses. They appeared as wide openings on the walls covered with animal skins to regulate airflow and admit daylight. Through the centuries, their features evolved, becoming the more manageable and energy-efficient varieties of today.

The Anatomy of Energy-Efficient Windows

At Renewal by Andersen® of Central Florida, our environmental commitment has influenced the way we manufacture our replacement picture windows. We have formulated innovative frames and glass packages to meet the growing demand for eco-friendly products. Find out what they are made of:

Doors are one of the most prominent features of your home. They can give a nice touch to any room and make access to indoor space easier. They’re more than just openings, too; they’re a key element of design. Renewal by Andersen® of Central Florida explains.

Doors as the Key Element of Design

Doors and Aesthetics

When you enter a home, one of the first things you come in contact with is the door. They’re noticeable since they stand between the indoor and outdoor space. With this in mind, it’s only fair to prioritize them when refurbishing your home. You’ll be surprised at how they can affect the overall architectural design. Think of them as one of the main elements that can boost curb appeal.

It’s not easy to pick the right replacement windows, especially when you’re unfamiliar with modern features that have recently been added as industry standards. Renewal by Andersen® of Central Florida, your premier custom windows provider, shares the things you need to know before shopping for new window units:

The Things to Know About Replacement Windows

Energy Efficiency

Old windows tend to allow the escape of indoor air between gaps or lose weathertight seals, causing an increase in utility bills. It’s best to replace them with energy-efficient units to maintain comfort levels and lower heating or cooling costs. At Renewal by Andersen, we use advanced glass packages like the High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass, which is 70% and 45% more energy-efficient in summer and winter, respectively.

No matter the kind of home you have, there’s a perfect window style for it. You can choose from the wide range of options that can help boost energy efficiency and curb appeal. Renewal by Andersen® of Central Florida, your premier siding window company, shares three window types that can easily complement any living space.

Window Types That Can Match Any Home Style

Sliding Windows

It makes perfect sense to use this window style when space is an issue in your home. Sliding windows move along a track and do not take up extra room to operate. Their sleek design also makes them a stunning addition. Furthermore, the wide glass area allows enough sunlight into your room, fostering a warm and cozy feeling.

Video Blog: How We Manufacture Our Fibrex® Frame Material

It’s quality that matters most when it comes to choosing the perfect replacement windows for your home. At Renewal by Andersen® of Central Florida, we use top-of-the-line materials that can help you save time, money and effort in the long run.

Our Fibrex® frame material, for instance, combines the best qualities of wood and vinyl. In this video, we demonstrate how we manufacture it:

Renewal by Andersen® of Central Florida can install replacement windows that can improve your home’s comfort and energy efficiency. Our products are effective because we designed our windows to focus on whole window performance. Our windows feature superior window frame materials and high-performance insulating glass packages. We then complement our products with a professional installation.

Exceptionally Energy-Efficient

They’re more than just jargon from our gifted engineers. Learn how all these will benefit you:

Excellent Window Frame Material

Your windows are one of the most important parts of your home’s design. They are one of the few building elements that affect the appearance of both your interior and exterior. Additionally, certain architectural styles require certain window types. For instance, a modern-style home will...

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