Although “traditional wood” for window frames has been used for hundreds of years; it has a number of difficult maintenance drawbacks that have pretty much been unavoidable due to simple wear and tear. These include expansion and contraction from weather, paint flaking, blistering and rust from hardware, peeling, cracking, pitting and corrosion. Not pretty at all; since windows are one of the primary architectural elements and details that make any home livable, interesting and welcoming.
Enjoy More Light with Thinner Window Frames
Renewal by Andersen has solved these problems by using Fibrex® --a window frame manufacturing material that combines the best qualities of wood and thermo-plastic polymers. This is quite a step forward as structurally stable windows can now be made with narrower frames; yielding larger glass areas. This improves the performance and window lite area and often adds to any home’s “curb appeal”-- as many of today’s homes begin to benefit by more glass area delivered by RBA’s low maintenance Fibrex windows!
This is truly a window material for all seasons with a myriad of applications across our country’s numerous styles of homes. Make your home a high performer today, with Renewal by Andersen’s windows with Fibrex-- today’s homeowner advantage!