It is good to have a heating or cooling system at home to regulate your indoor temperatures. However, during summer and winter, it can be hard for you to maintain an energy-efficient home with such things running. You can improve your home’s efficiency by installing energy-efficient replacement patio doors from Renewal by Andersen®. This article discusses the important components that make them so.
Top-notch Door Frames
Lack of a proper door frame can lead to the fixture not being able to keep hold of its structure and airtightness. Our company’s patio door offerings are not just known for their strength and durability, but also for their effective insulation. Insulation helps lower heat transfer through the doors, ensuring indoor comfort during extreme weather conditions.
Our French doors, sliding patio doors and hybrid sliding French doors all have one thing in common: high-performance glass. Our Low-E4® glass options provide infrared and ultraviolet (UV) protection, and help regulate indoor temperatures. This solution is integral in keeping homes as energy-efficient as possible.
Drafts are a common issue among many doors. It happens when the fixtures are not tightly sealed. Having an airtight seal is imperative to keeping warm air from escaping from the inside during winter and entering the home during summer. Our doors have weatherproof trims, helping the doors withstand sudden temperature changes without the likelihood of damage.
The right installation technique ensures that every vital door component works to keep your indoors comfortable. Renewal by Andersen of Arkansas makes this possible through our custom-fit doors and windows. We also offer fiberglass entry doors from ProVia®. To learn more about them, give us a call at (479) 250-3588 for more information. You may also fill out our contact form for a free, in-home consultation. We serve Arkansas residents, including those living in Springdale.