Large bedroom windows are an excellent way to frame scenic panoramas and create an illusion of space within a room. But the utility of oversized glass units goes beyond aesthetics. Here, Renewal by Andersen® of Greater Philadelphia shares three great benefits of large bedroom windows. [Read more…]
Renewal by Andersen® of Greater Philadelphia is the exclusive source of Fibrex®—a composite of wood fibers and thermoplastic polymers used in all our window frames. Among its many benefits, it contributes to the exceptional energy efficiency of our windows. Here are three ways this patented material contributes to the long-term performance of our custom-built products:
Bay and bow windows are projection units that jut out from the exterior wall. They create a natural niche, literally providing extra square footage that can be used for additional seating, storage, or other purposes. Although they’re emblematic of the Victorian style, their popularity transcends architectural rules. Traditional and modern home styles alike use bay and bow replacement windows to increase function and boost aesthetics. In today’s post, we discuss the differences and similarities between these two window styles. [Read more…]
Window replacement is a complicated job that requires in-depth technical knowledge and skills. To function properly, a window replacement needs to be customized to fit precisely into your wall opening and then must be installed flawlessly—something only an experienced professional can ensure. Furthermore, it takes a trained eye to identify hidden structural damage from house settling that would impact the installation. This is why window installation is not a DIY task.