Renewal by Andersen® has set itself apart from other windows company by providing its customers with unmatched customization options. Whatever type, size or style you need for your home, you can be sure to find a solution from our suite of high-performance products. This includes the option to add accessories to your replacement windows, such as decorative grilles.
If you’ve ever shopped around for windows before then it’s likely you’ve come across single, double and triple-pane glazing options. The glass panes refer to the actual sheet of glass that provides windows with its signature look, and, over the years, manufacturers have developed these once-inefficient glazing options into the high-performance, energy-efficient windows of today. Unfortunately, these innovations meant there are now dozens of glazing options that customers have to sort through.
Our window replacement products at Renewal by Andersen® of Atlanta are designed with your convenience in mind, making them the number one choice in fenestration across the country. This said, they require very little maintenance, if at all. Cleaning a Renewal by Andersen double-hung window is actually a pretty easy task and must be done at least once every few weeks or when you start to notice dust buildup on the frames.
Getting new windows and doors is certainly an exciting time for any homeowner. During the installation, your contractor will start by removing the old fixtures first. Disposal of old wooden doors and windows is typically handled by your installation company, however, you might want to reconsider getting rid of all of them. If you’re replacing wooden windows, there are a few ways to upcycle them into beautiful and useful centerpieces than can give your interiors a well-deserved upgrade.
A piece of trivia: did you know that the jalousie window was derived from the French word jaloux, which meant jealousy? Apparently, its design provoked jealousy from outsiders because those inside a home with a jalousie could peer outside, but one outside couldn’t see inside. This outdated notion came to refer to an outdated window type in itself during the 1960s when central air conditioning became common.