Anderson windows. If you are considering vinyl windows for your home in Kansas City or another nearby Kansas City Missouri community, you may want to consider other options before making a final decision. Vinyl windows are certainly not a “bad” option, but they are not always quite what they are marketed to be. For instance, vinyl is said to never chip, crack, peel, or fade, but over time this just is not true. Additionally, vinyl is a decent insulator but it is far from the best material used for window frames in terms of energy efficiency.
Instead of vinyl windows, consider choosing windows from Renewal by Andersen when you need to replace the ones currently installed in your home. Renewal by Andersen windows are as attractive as any vinyl windows you’ll find on the market, if not even more so. Plus, the performance of Renewal by Andersen windows is vastly superior to not only vinyl, but materials like aluminum and fiberglass as well.
For additional information regarding Renewal by Andersen, why these windows are superior to vinyl and wood windows, please contact us today. If you’d prefer, simply stop by our showroom in Austin to speak with us in person and to see for yourself why Renewal by Andersen® windows are considered to be the absolute best. Whether you’re in Kansas City, Johnson County, Jackson County, Clay county Missouri, Cass County Missouri, Platte County Missouri, or Kansas City Kansas, we’ll make sure you choose the right windows for your home.
Wood windows have an unmistakably beautiful appearance, but there’s more negative features to them than meets the eye. While wood is one of the best natural insulators available, and it provides an unmistakably gorgeous aesthetic, don’t let these redeeming qualities fool you. Wood is also highly susceptible to damage from Mother Nature. With time, wood can splinter, rot, and even decay. Plus with significant expansion and contraction due to varying temperatures and humidity levels, these windows can even warp.