The windows’ framing material is one important factor you should take into account when tackling a window replacement project in Knoxville. This component should effectively withstand the harsh elements and provide long-lasting performance. One prime example of this is Fibrex®, a composite material exclusive to Renewal by Andersen® and its parent company, Andersen® Corporation. It is a combination of wood fibers reclaimed from Andersen’s wood window manufacturing and thermoplastic polymer.
Your windows play a vital role in maintaining your Knoxville home’s beauty, comfort and energy efficiency. As such, it is always important that they are in tip-top shape. Checking them might be in order, especially this summer. After all, exposure to extreme weather and age might have left them in bad condition, compromising your home’s look and feel. Inspect and identify any potential issues. In doing so, you can promptly fix them or turn to reliable window professionals and get the necessary solutions.
Hot summer temperatures in Tennessee mean you’ll be using your air conditioning unit more to keep your home cool. This can result in a significant increase in your electricity bill.
The Modernist style focuses more on interior function while keeping the exterior simple and minimal. Various movements have surfaced in the past years but International, Miesian, and Industrial approaches define today’s modern architecture in Tennessee.
Despite having new energy-efficient windows installed, you might encounter a scenario where your power bills may not have come down at all. If you have an insulated window and find yourself in this scenario, Renewal by Andersen®, your local replacement doors expert, recommends you check for signs of the following: