Casement and double hung units are two of the most popular styles in the history of window replacement. For centuries, they have offered the best combination of beauty and function, boosting the livability of generations of American homes. Despite the rise of newer types, the two have never lost their appeal.
Renewal by Andersen® of Orange County windows are made from Fibrex®, a composite material derived from reclaimed wood fibers and thermoplastic polymers. It’s just a little over 20 years old, but our recent study shows that it’s living up to our high expectations.
When winter-proofing your home, having a complete thermal enclosure system should be a priority. Not only can it prevent unwanted drafts, but it also reduces excessive heat transfer effectively all year round.
Homeowners often face two patio door options: French doors and sliding doors. Hinged French doors are favored for their traditional features and aesthetics, while sliding doors are often chosen for their sleek, modern design and large glass areas. What if you want the best of both worlds, though?
Not many homeowners are aware that replacement windows installation can be done in two ways: insert and full-frame window installation. We’d like to share how one method differs from the other.