Most people don’t really go around thinking too much about their windows and doors. However, these two components of your home actually contribute greatly to how we enjoy our houses. Whether it’s through letting in the warm sunlight or welcoming guests, our doors and windows provide character and convey hospitality. They also connect us to the outside world.
Your windows are one of the most prominent features of your home, so keeping them in good shape not only helps with making your house look attractive, but also in maintaining a good thermal enclosure. If you have warped windows, it could ruin your home’s curb appeal as well as cause your electricity bills to increase. Fortunately, this is easy enough to fix with our patented Fibrex® material.
If you are in the market for replacement windows, then sliding windows are a good option. They are energy-efficient, easy to operate and low maintenance. Sliding windows are also great for adding airflow to confined spaces and tight nooks. They come in two options: single and double. While the names are pretty self-explanatory, today, we try to go a little deeper to help you make the most informed decision for your home.
Ah, a new year is upon us. For many, it’s a chance to shed old home maintenance habits and adopt new ones, and what better place to start than with your lovely windows. After all, your windows are one of the most prominent features of your home. Not only do they let in plenty of air and sunlight, they also keep us safe from harsh weather conditions all while providing us with a good view. With that said, here are three excellent window maintenance tips and tricks from a trusted local window contractor.
Replacing your windows may seem like a small project, but it takes significant time and funding to be properly completed. It is impossible to rush something as crucial as window installation, so you need to carefully plan how your time frame will be executed. You should also be able to maximize and even save your time and energy for such a project. So, to help you get an idea of how you should plan your window replacement project, Renewal by Andersen® of San Francisco shows you what a typical window replacement timeline looks like.