In the first part of our special blog about window styles, we discussed the most suitable units for Kansas City’s most popular architectures. Now, we want to shed light on our customization options that allow you to make your windows uniquely yours and meet your home improvement goals.
Here are the many ways you can customize Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City’s residential windows:
It’s no secret we offer different Low-E glass solutions to achieve your energy performance requirements, but you can modify windows’ shape and clarity too. Our specialty windows come in more than a dozen configurations, featuring numerous elliptical and polygonal forms. They let you express your artistic side and lend more character to your rooms.
To help raise your level of privacy, you can make our bay, bow, and double hung windows translucent as well. You can choose from four glass patterns (obscure, fern, cascade and reed) to promote daylighting, especially in the bathroom, without revealing too much.
Whether you love historical accuracy or you want to bring original designs to life, we can turn any grille pattern into reality. We specialize in many popular patterns, including colonial, prairie and farmhouse. We can also disguise crank units as sash windows to reconcile your aesthetic requirements with your functional needs.
We can apply grilles on the glass in numerous ways. For minimal upkeep, we can install them in between the panes or make them removable to create a smooth glass surface.
Our picture, casement and sliding windows are available in 47 color combinations, letting you beautify your space inside and out. We offer nine solid exterior hues, including darker shades, with exceptional fade resistance. For the interior, we offer five solid color choices plus three stainable real-wood options to help you match your existing décor.
At Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City, we use only the Estate™ hardware metallic finish collection on top of our standard white and stone options. It offers two stunning varieties each of chrome, nickel, brass and bronze. They’re forged, not stamped, on solid brass to stand the test of time. All, except the bronze choices, feature a special coating that protects the desired finish against tarnish and corrosion. Our bronze finishes have a “living” patina that grows lovelier with time and age.
Did you miss the first part of our special blog? Check it out in the blog archive and find other interesting reads. To schedule your FREE, in-home consultation in Independence, MO, Olathe,KS, and other nearby areas, call us today at (913) 385-1300.