At Renewal by Andersen® of San Francisco, our main goal is to provide stylish and high-performing windows for every homeowner. To do this, we use only top-of-the-line materials in our manufacturing process, including our patented Fibrex® frame.
Budget planning is one of the most important aspects of windows replacement. Some homeowners tend to commit common mistakes, such as overspending or making compromises, and, every so often, these lead to unsatisfactory results.
Many homeowners love airing out their homes and enjoying cool, fresh breezes. For sure, you have seen people airing their pillows and blankets outside – or most commonly – leaving their windows open, regardless of the outdoor temperature. This begs the question, though, what are the benefits of doing it? Is there really a point in opening up windows?
When it’s time for an upgrade, homeowners often consider switching to a different window style – for example, a picture window for unobstructed views or a bay and bow window for additional space. The humble double-hung, however, remains a staple for many American homes because of its range of benefits.
While wood and vinyl windows are good options on their own, they have a very concerning weakness: warping. Wood windows are prone to absorbing excess water while vinyl windows are sensitive to blistering heat. Over time, the material will soften, resulting eventually in warped frames.