Residential windows help keep your home safe every day. They withstand ongoing wear and tear due to constant exposure to the elements. Because of this, you need high-quality windows that are installed flawlessly.
If your windows are old and worn down, they may be compromising your home’s energy, appearance and even your safety. In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Dallas and Fort Worth discusses three reasons you might want to replace your windows.
1. Reducing Your Energy Bill
Do you feel a draft when standing near your double-hung windows? Have you noticed your heating and cooling bills are higher than they used to be? This could be because your windows are no longer energy efficient. As a result, your HVAC system has to consume more energy to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature, which leads to higher energy bills.
At Renewal by Andersen, we offer High Performance™ Low-E4® Glass for all our windows. This glass keeps your windows energy-efficient by reducing the amount of heat absorbed and lost through the glass panes.
2. Maintenance and Weatherproofing
A good window shouldn’t need constant maintenance to work effectively. It should be able to withstand all types of weather without fail. Our windows all come with Fibrex® material frames for maximum durability. Fibrex combines the low-maintenance nature of vinyl with the superior durability of wood. We even tested various residential and custom windows after 20 years of use, only to find them in peak condition–a testament to the quality of the material we use.
Meanwhile, our weatherstripping and durable glass packages can handle whatever the elements throw at them. Aside from being able to regulate the heat, our weatherstripping and glass also keep out water and prevent leaks.
3. Worthwhile Warranties
Lastly, we offer lifetime warranties for our windows for lasting peace of mind. You can have your window repaired for free, provided it meets the standards in our warranties.
Call us at (877) 605-2922 to learn more about products and discuss your project needs. You can also fill out our contact form for a free estimate. We serve clients in Dallas, TX, and nearby areas.