A century’s worth of refinement
Our parent company, Andersen Windows, has devoted more than 110 years to improving the efficiency, beauty, and durability of our replacement doors and windows. Here are some of the fruits of our labor:
Vinyl and wood have been around for years. Both of these materials can make a good window, but good just wasn’t good enough for Renewal by Andersen. So when Renewal by Andersen set out to create windows of a higher standard, we first needed to create a superior new material; the result of our innovation was Fibrex – an amazing, patented material that you’ll only find in Renewal by Andersen products.
Fibrex combines the best qualities of both wood and vinyl. Windows crafted from Fibrex will remain handsome for decades – even with no maintenance. Fibrex is strong, which allows us to design windows with the most energy-efficient combination of glass and frame. Fibrex is an excellent insulator that won’t expand or contract – an important factor during one of Chicago’s cold winters. And because Fibrex uses recycled wood fiber, our windows do a good turn for the environment.
Building the perfect window demands the perfect options – designs to complement virtually every room every home, and every taste. So when you work with Renewal by Andersen to design your own custom windows and doors, you’ll be able to choose from hundreds of combinations of exterior sash, frame and trim colors, as well as a wide variety of interior colors and finishes. So in addition to being maintenance-free, durable, and energy-efficient, our windows and doors will be the perfect reflection of your personal style.
Replacement windows and doors represent an important investment in your Chicago home. But unlike many investments, Andersen windows and doors are something you can enjoy every moment you spend at home. Andersen windows have the craftsmanship, efficiency, and durability to make good on that investment for decades to come. Why not Renewal by Andersen of Chicago today at 855-324-0771 for a free, in-home consultation?