Every window in your house plays a role in your comfort, luxury and safety. All it takes is finding the right window company to give you the ones with long-term practicality. But how exactly can they survive everything, from storms to sunny days? Renewal by Andersen of Kansas City® gives you a breakdown of what makes them stay strong.
The first thing to remember is that your windows must be made with the right materials. Composite materials shouldn’t contract or expand from temperature changes or else they will damage the glass. It’s also important that they survive damp weather conditions without condensing the window. If they do, it means moisture can’t escape the glass and that will lead to more damage. Consider our very own Fibrex® material for your window frames. It is twice as strong as vinyl and is guaranteed not to blister, peel, flake or fade. Fibrex is also designed to stay rigid in any climate, so your home will be well-protected all year long.
Another important factor to consider is where you have your windows installed. If you plan on adding casement windows, it’s safer to consult the experts on where to place them. This will help keep your windows secure to the wall and in the best temperature conditions around your house.
Practicality Over Time
Lastly, you should also consider long-term maintenance and use for your windows. After months in your house, issues might arise like drafts passing through tightly shut windows or even difficulty opening and shutting the hinges. To prevent this, make sure your window company has had your new windows checked for lasting endurance.
For sturdy, high-quality replacement windows installed by professional local contractors, call Renewal by Andersen of Kansas City at (913) 385-1300 today. We offer FREE, in-home consultations in Kansas City, MO and nearby areas. We look forward to working with you.