One of the main purposes of windows is to admit daylight into your home. Old windows, however, do not have anti-UV features, which means your furnishings are not protected. Fortunately, Renewal by Andersen® of Milwaukee’s replacement windows come with advanced glass packages that can help prevent the fading effects of UV rays. Read on to find out how our products can benefit you.
Preventing the Fading Effects of UV Rays
Many people tend to use window treatments, such as drapes and blinds, to cover their windows. This is a good way to control the amount of sunlight coming in through your windows, but it isn’t the best option. Using curtains and other window coverings can block the outdoor view and make your home dark. Plus, bulky drapes can compromise the aesthetics of your interior space.
As an alternative, invest in high-quality specialty windows that can help protect your furniture from the fading effects of UV rays. Doing so will help safeguard your belongings without compromising your home’s thermal efficiency and visual appeal.
Our Most Advanced Glass Option
At Renewal by Andersen, we offer innovative glass packages to help shield your home. For instance, High-Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass, our most advanced glass option, can block up to 95% of UV rays. It also has the same thermal control as tinted glass, but it has the visible light transmittance of clear glass. Moreover, this glass option minimizes noise pollution by reducing sound penetration into your home.
Other Features of Our Replacement Windows
In addition to their exclusive glass packages, our line of replacement windows come with our unique Fibrex® frames that resist fading. This composite material also combines the insulating property of wood and the low-maintenance feature of vinyl, which allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds. Additionally, our Fibrex window frames come in a variety of colors to match your interior and exterior design.
Count on Renewal by Andersen of Milwaukee for your casement window installation. Call us today at (262) 522-3034 to learn more about our products and services. We serve residents of Milwaukee and other nearby areas in WI.