Just how long your windows will last depends on the material they use. If you want your windows to provide the superior and long-term performance you expect, you should a composite window material. You’ll find the most popular of them at Renewal by Andersen®️ of Denver, one of the top window companies in the area. Our exclusive Fibrex®️ material exemplifies durability and lasting service, but how does it fare against its counterparts? We’ll find out about it today. [Read more…]
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When temperatures drop at the end of the year, you’ll want to keep the heat inside your house. Unfortunately, several issues may arise due to drafty windows. When the cold air penetrates through the leaks, your home’s heating system will be directly affected. Contractors would advise you to winterize your home, do some repairs, and carry out other home projects before the winter comes. However, installing replacement windows during winter is also not a bad idea.——————————————– CONTINUE READING ——————————————–In this post, Renewal by Andersen® of Denver shares reasons why you shouldn’t fear replacing your windows in winter.1. Window installers won’t uninstall your old windows all at once.Your installers understand your needs. They know that removing all the windows all at the same time will be very detrimental to your household’s comfort. As such, they will make sure to remove one window at a time. Once they remove one window, they will replace it with a new one, before moving onto another window. As a result, your household will stay warm and comfy during the project.2. They will shut the doors.As basic as this sounds, they will keep your doors closed while they do the work. This is to prevent the cold air from entering your home.3. They will keep your house tidy.Dirt comes along with any home project. As a homeowner, you may be worried that the dirt will only leave you nothing but a mess. However, your installers can use tarpaulins, boots and other practices to keep your home clean while they get the job done.4. You’ll get a schedule sooner than booking the replacement for spring or fall.There is less demand for window replacement and other home improvements during winter. Hence, contractors will schedule and complete your home project sooner.5. It’s more affordableWhen there’s a low demand for their services, window contractors and suppliers will give discounts, sales, and other incentives to increase their revenue.If you’re looking for a window company that can deliver solid work, trust Renewal by Andersen of Denver. Our incomparable experience will bring you the best for your money. Call us today at (303) 968-3287. We serve clients in Denver, Colorado, and nearby areas.
Unlike planned window replacement projects, homeowners are often caught without a budget for replacing broken windows. There are qualifying situations that allow homeowner’s insurance to pay for the repair costs. In this blog, Renewal by Andersen® of Denver takes a close look at these situations.