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.
When shopping around for fenestration products for energy efficiency, compare the whole-window performance of your top options rather than focusing on individual components. A window is a system in which each part should add value to the unit. No element can be single-handedly responsible for the energy performance of the whole.
Windows don’t require grilles to be structurally sound, but grilles add visual appeal to windows. Grilles come in different patterns, which might not work wonders for every situation. To use grilles to best effect, consider these tips from Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City:
Double-hung windows can be found in most, if not all, homes nowadays. While these are the most common, people might only ever use them to bring in or shut out air. That said, there are actually several unique ways you can make the most of them. Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City shares three of them in this post.
Having the right windows can mean the difference between an average home and an excellent one. You can decide to go for standard residential windows, but you can always take things one step further and choose Estate Collection windows. In today’s post, we’ll share the exciting benefits of this collection.