Replacing your old, inefficient windows with new ones has many benefits. Apart from enhancing your home’s curb appeal and interior appearance, this home improvement project also boosts energy efficiency. It is an important investment that will give you long-term results, but for you to achieve them, you need to choose the right windows that will […]
The doors, windows, roof, siding and walls are all part of the thermal envelope of your home. If one of those components is faulty, missing, or of poor quality, that thermal envelope will have a weakness. That’s why it’s important for all components to function properly and to complement each other.
Replacement windows are a popular home improvement project. In many cases, the homeowner would like to get rid of outdated and non-insulating windows that came with the house built before energy-efficient options were available. In some cases, however, even modern windows can become candidates for replacement. One common problem is warping.
For many homeowners, it’s common to consider replacing multiple windows at once to save time and effort. But is it necessary to do so? Read on as Renewal by Andersen® of Milwaukee, your local source of replacement windows and patio doors, sheds light on the matter.
With pleasant weather all around, now is the best time to get your home in shape. This includes investing in replacement windows to do away with your old, inefficient units. Renewal by Andersen® of Milwaukee, your local contractor for your double-hung and casement window needs, explains more: