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On the Deck: Windows & Doors

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Check out our latest “On the Deck” episode with Jamie Breneman! We were up on Lookout Mountain taking a look at one of our favorite window and door replacement projects. Our Renewal by Andersen windows are made from a patented material called Fibrex which is a beautiful, long-lasting composite material that requires little to no maintenance. Our gorgeous doors are custom tailored to your specifications and come in a variety of extra large sizes to allow extra light into your home. Check out our website to see some of our recent projects and stay tuned for more “On the Deck” episodes on WDEF TV Channel 12 during the “Let’s Chatt” show.

Reinventing the Window

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Innovation has been a hallmark of Andersen Corporation since its founding in 1903. From implementing “mass production” techniques in 1904 (nine years before Henry Ford), to producing the first completely assembled window unit in the industry (1926), to becoming the world’s largest specialized window frame factory in 1929, our guiding principle has always been to “make a product that is different and better.” Each step of the way we have incorporated the latest technologies, fine precision and high standards in our quest to be better.

Smart Use of Materials

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Renewal by Andersen windows have achieved the highest SCS certified recycled content of any window replacement company. Our Fibrex material frames and sash contain 40% reclaimed wood fiber by weight. Fibrex material offers the strength and insulating value of wood with the low maintenance features of vinyl that never requires painting and will not crack, pit, corrode or rot. We reclaim much of our wood fiber from Andersen Corporation’s wood window manufacturing facilities.

Renewing Existing Housing

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Renewal by Andersen has replaced over two million windows in over 300,000 homes. From an energy and environmental perspective, this is a significant accomplishment.

A little known, but alarming fact is that the average home uses significantly more energy and is responsible for more carbon emissions that the average automobile. Making homes more energy efficient benefits property values, neighborhood livability, and keeps older homes relevant longer. Replacing inefficient windows and doors is beneficial in lowering your energy cost and consumption, and gives you more control of your comfort and pocketbook.

Beautiful Window Replacement On Lookout Mountain

By Jamie Breneman

This is an incredible before and after of one of our previous projects. This home is now more energy efficient than ever before!

A little known, but alarming fact is that the average home uses significantly more energy and is responsible for more carbon emissions than the average automobile. Replacing old windows and doors is beneficial in lowering your energy cost and consumption, and gives you more control of your comfort and pocketbook.