Your replacement windows from Renewal by Andersen® are designed to require less maintenance than other styles and types of windows. This is thanks in large part to the many innovations that allowed us to produce highly durable, energy-efficient, and weather-resistant frames, glazing, trims and accessories. Our casement windows, for example, are very easy to maintain.
Let our window professionals at Renewal by Andersen® of Connecticut walk you through some basic maintenance and cleaning tips to keep your casement windows looking as good as new.
One of the biggest drawbacks that wooden frames had was that they were prone to all sorts of issues that required frequent repainting and refinishing. Because of this, we developed an exclusive thermopolymer composite designed to be a foil to the high-maintenance needs of wood. We called this material Fibrex® and all Renewal by Andersen replacement windows, including casement windows, come with it.
Cleaning Fibrex frames is as easy as giving it a good wipe with a non-abrasive cloth soaked in a 50-50 mix of liquid detergent and water. Pat it dry after cleaning and your windows will certainly always look their best.
Cleaning Window Panes
Renewal by Andersen equips our replacement windows with High-Performance™ Low-E4® glazing as a default option. We offer a wide range of other glass materials with varying performance and energy efficiency; however, their maintenance needs are more or less similar across the board.
Get rid of dust and dirt by wiping them away with a soft dry cloth. If you have microfiber washcloths, they are actually better at preventing small scratches on the glass surface. You can also opt to use store-bought glass cleaners for tough-to-remove stains.
Get high-quality replacement windows and doors at Renewal By Andersen of Connecticut. Give us a call at (860) 341-4210 to schedule a free in-home window diagnosis and consultation, or fill out our online contact form to request a free quote today. We serve homeowners in Connecticut as well as in all surrounding areas.