If you have old, drafty windows, you may be paying for it in more ways than comfort. Old windows have poor energy efficiency, resulting in significant energy loss and extra dependence on your HVAC system when temperatures are particularly high or low. This of course means higher energy bills.
Window frames can be made of many different materials, but none can match the beauty, performance, energy efficiency, and affordability of Fibrex®. In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Eastern New York, your leading provider of high-quality replacement windows, explains how Fibrex sizes up against other window materials in the industry.
Winter is coming, which means your heating bills will soon be going up. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce your energy consumption this winter without sacrificing your comfort. In today’s post, your trusted window company, Renewal by Andersen® of Eastern New York, shares five ways to lower your heating costs:
Would you rather live in a dark, gloomy home or one bathed in natural light? Most homeowners wouldn’t hesitate to choose the second option. However, achieving abundant daylighting in the home isn’t as simple as throwing open your curtains—it’s a result of the interplay among different variables, including the size of your windows, where they… Read More »
Bay and custom-shaped windows never fail to provide architectural flair. If you are seeking to add interest and personality to your home, you can use these window styles to achieve the look you want.