The Renewal by Andersen difference is coming from a legacy like Andersen
The real value of a replacement window could be the difference between a short-term purchase or a long-term investment. Meaning, would you rather a company take short-cuts on making the product in order to save you money? How about a company who doesn’t invest in their installers to be come certified in order to save you money? Of course not! Inferior windows and doors made with inferior materials installed by novice laborers may help you save money in the short-term, but not provide a lasting solution. This may boil down to the old adage: “You get what you pay for.”
See why Renewal by Andersen can show you the difference in energy efficiency with our composite replacement window made out of Fibrex material along with our installation techniques, by scheduling a free, in-home appointment.
Andersen vs. Renewal by Andersen
For more than a century Andersen has been pacing the U.S. Window Industry. When people are considering building a new home, new walls are framed to fit the windows. Think of Andersen as the brand to help get the job done for a new construction application. Conversely, when homeowners need to replace their windows and doors, Renewal by Andersen is made of specific sizes to fit any opening and installed by Certified Master Carpenters for a complete replacement project. In addition, our Fibrex composite material is 2X stronger than vinyl and is perfect for our New England weather. Whether you live along the coast of Maine or the lake region in New Hampshire, our Fibrex material is designed to outperform and outlast any and all wood and vinyl window products available in the market.
Choose Fibrex for durability and sustainability
The strength and beauty of Fibrex as a finished product is nearly unmatched, but it is the manufacturing process that truly sets this revolutionary material apart. Fibrex is a composite material made up of recycled wood grain fibers and materials, melded together to create an environmentally friendly, energy efficient product. The majority of excess wood grain and polymers from one production cycle is used in the next, eliminating the high levels of waste that come with vinyl, aluminum, or wood windows. This sustainable manufacturing process is just another reasons Renewal by Andersen is among the leading choice for windows in New England and throughout the U.S.
This Fibrex material can be made in different shapes, colors and styles. With a material being so versatile in design, our employees and crews need to have expert-level knowledge to know the best solution for each and every home.
Learn about the difference Fibrex windows can make in your home
To learn more about Renewal by Andersen and the materials we use to install windows and doors for homeowners in Maine and New Hampshire, call Renewal by Andersen of Maine to schedule a free, no obligation in-home consultation, demonstration and estimate.