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Passing judgement on replacement windows

September 11, 2014

York County Courthouse Interior Double-hung window

It is now my civic duty to serve on a jury pool for the months of September and October. Some people think jury duty is a waste of time. However, when I was summoned, I couldn’t wait to get to the courthouse! It’s been years since we replaced windows at the York County Courthouse and they look the same as when they were first installed!

In order to keep the architectural style of the building, they were initially considering other wood products. However, as we all know, wood will rot over time if not properly maintained year-after-year (not to mention the upkeep expense). However, being a historical building, the York County Courthouse needed a product that met the requirements. Renewal by Andersen windows were a perfect fit offering all of the features and benefits of wood, without any of the maintenance. In addition, since this is one of the oldest courthouses in the nation, you know they needed a product that would last generations. That’s why Renewal by Andersen windows was an easy verdict.

Some houses in southern Maine were built hundreds of years ago and homeowners are looking for solutions to get their windows replaced without compromising on the charm of their home. Give us a call or fill out the form to the right to request a free, no obligation in-home consultation so we can provide you with a project quote. Our quote will include installation and service after our job is complete so you can relax knowing you’ll never have to pass judgement on replacing your windows again.

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