You’re probably reading this because the concept of replacement windows and the processes surrounding them are new to you. You’ve come to the right place. Renewal by Andersen® of Connecticut is here to help you start learning.
In Part 1 of this blog, we wanted you to have a better understanding of why different parts of your home need different types of replacement windows installed. With that knowledge, you are now ready to move on to the next step: putting your creativity to work and trying your hand at customization.
Whether the winter season is in full swing or it’s the dog days of summer, having high-performance windows is vital to your survival. After all, it’s your home that keeps you protected from the elements, creating a comfortable living environment that is cool or warm enough to keep you cozy. While your walls might provide good insulation to regulate your interior temperature, windows let in light, which is good for our body, mind and overall wellness. After some time, however, your windows might need a replacement to continue letting in light and improving ventilation (when necessary), all while blocking out the unwelcome effects of the elements.
A window has different parts that contribute to its overall performance. Knowing what these are allows you to make an informed choice about which type of window fits your criteria and the design of your home.