Window hardware is a small yet essential part of replacement windows. The right window hardware can make the difference in terms of durability, beauty, and ease of operation. Renewal by Andersen® is proud to offer the Estate™ Hardware Collection, in addition to our standard hardware options for our replacement windows. In this blog, we share its features and benefits.
If you’ve been looking around for replacement windows, you may have noticed how most of them bear an ENERGY STAR® label. With steadily increasing energy costs, choosing replacement windows and patio doors that bear this certification can be beneficial in the long run. Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City shares an in-depth look at the importance of the ENERGY STAR certification.
Window treatments are not just mere decorations inside the home. Curtains, drapes and blinds are there for a purpose, and that is to protect furniture, artwork and other ornaments from fading or discoloration due to direct sunlight. With residential windows from Renewal by Andersen®, however, such issues are prevented without the need for these treatments. Read on to learn more about how.
We often rely on our casement windows when we want fresh air indoors. Though ventilation is a good thing, not all homeowners take advantage of it. It could be due to how the home isn’t set up to remove any existing pollutants. Not letting the structure “breathe” worsens indoor air quality. The air, in fact, is much worse than the air outside, and it can lead to several health issues. This article explains more about this problem.
Wide, multiple-panel windows help bring more natural light to your home, frame the outdoor scenery and add beauty to your interiors. These are the reasons why bay and bow windows are a favorite among homeowners. Many of them, however, get confused with these two window types. While they look the same, there are slight differences between the two. This article discusses them further.