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Ways to Customize Your Renewal by Andersen® Windows

As part of our signature service, Renewal by Andersen® customizes each door and window we manufacture according to our customers’ exact needs and preferences. To help you get started, we share below some tips for designing custom windows:


At Renewal by Andersen, our windows are built with Fibrex®, an exclusive composite made from wood fibers and vinyl. Here are some of the benefits you’ll enjoy when you choose Fibrex windows:

1. Durability and ease of maintenance – Fibrex combines the best qualities of its two component materials: wood’s durability and vinyl’s minimal maintenance requirements. Thanks to this durability, Fibrex frames can be designed in slim formats, giving you larger glass panes and wider views.

2. Eco-friendly – Roughly 40% of Fibrex frames are made from clean, reclaimed wood. If you’re looking to go green, installing Fibrex residential windows can help. Fibrex windows also have excellent insulative capabilities that can help lower your household’s electricity consumption and your carbon footprint.

Stainable Interiors 

What if you prefer wooden window frames? You can choose from the wide variety of stainable wood interiors in our catalog, such as oak, maple and engineered pine to match your home’s architectural style.

Window Hardware

For a more consistent interior design, you can also customize the color of the window hardware. Our most popular colors are distressed bronze, polished chrome, antique brass and satin nickel.

In-Home Consultations

To learn more about the customization process for our premium windows, you can schedule a free in-home consultation with one of our design experts. We’ll be happy to help you customize your Renewal by Andersen windows.

Renewal by Andersen of Dallas offers a wide range of premium windows, including double-hung windows. To schedule an appointment, call us at (972) 301-8660 or leave us a message here. We serve homeowners in Dallas, TX, as well as the surrounding communities.