Renewal by Andersen® has been known in the industry as one of the leading sources of high-quality and high-efficiency replacement windows. As part of the company’s outstanding network of window replacement contractors, Renewal by Andersen of Denver is proud to share with you what we really mean by “whole window performance”.
One of the best qualities of Renewal by Andersen® replacement windows and patio doors is the wide variety of our customization options. You can choose the color and style of the frame, the type of glazing and finish and even additional accessories and grilles to provide your home with the type of window it needs. Admittedly, this amount of freedom can also be a challenge. Making the right decisions for all the customization options can certainly paralyze anybody, particularly those with absolutely no experience replacing windows in the past.
It’s perfectly understandable to have a lot of questions before getting your brand new replacement windows. What kind of glazing should you look for? What type of frame material lasts longest? What style would fit your home’s current design? All these considerations can cause you some stress.
Shopping around for window replacement products and services for the very first time can be a daunting task. The whole process just seems so filled with technical terms and concepts. Are you going to get a good deal? Or are you going to pay through the nose for an inefficient window? Many unscrupulous contractors take advantage of a client’s lack of knowledge about the in’s and out’s of the industry. Therefore, it pays to have some understanding of the products beforehand so you don’t go into battle unarmed, so to speak.
Dormer windows are windows found on the sloped side of a roof, bringing natural light into the space with a vaulted ceiling. Dormer windows first appeared in residential roofs in sixteenth Century Britain. The word dormer comes from the French dormeor, which suggests “sleeping space.” This type of window has a vertical orientation and is placed on a wall protruding from the roof. Dormer windows usually have their own little roof above them.