Hinged French doors and sliding doors are the two main patio door styles available today. The former exudes traditional aesthetic, while the latter is more modern and minimalist in design.
Condensation occurs when warm, humid air comes into contact with a cold surface, resulting in water droplets forming on the surface. If you notice condensation on your double-pane window, there could be a harmless explanation, but it could also be a sign of underlying damage to the window. Read on as your local residential windows experts at Renewal by Andersen® of Dallas/Fort Worth explain how and why condensation occurs.
Replacing your windows is one of the best home improvement projects you can tackle. For one, the project can typically be accomplished in a single day, making it less stressful and onerous than other major home improvement projects. Also, it is one of the few home upgrades that improves the beauty of both your interior and exterior.
High-quality windows will flood your living space with abundant natural light. Not only does ample daylight in your home help reduce your reliance on artificial lighting, thus lowering your energy bills, but it also provides health benefits.
At Renewal by Andersen® of Dallas and Fort Worth, we are the only company that can offer you residential windows and patio doors with a black interior. Black was once an impractical frame color due to solar heat gain, but we’ve engineered our black frames to provide the same level of energy efficiency as lighter shades.