Windows from Renewal by Andersen® are not just known for their quality, but also for their strength and longevity. They have, in fact, been subjected to tests to see if they truly are durable and built to last. In this video, your local replacement window company discusses the window durability study and the accompanying results of the tests.
20-Year Durability Study
The aim of the study was to find out if the windows installed 20 years ago are still operable and look good as new. It involved removing 10 double-hung window units from a customer’s home in Minnesota, which is known for its brutally cold winters and muggy summers. Tests were conducted on-site and further in the laboratory to support the study
The study revealed excellent results. The windows still work even after 20 years of exposure to Minnesota weather. They were no signs of cracking, peeling or chipping, which means that the materials in the window remained strong throughout the years. Thanks to this study, it has been scientifically proven that each Renewal by Andersen window unit can stand the test of time.
Material and Installation
Every window replacement contractor that offers Renewal by Andersen windows stands by the products and the material used to manufacture them. The company’s exclusive Fibrex® material is what makes them last longer. Indeed, it is twice as strong as vinyl, and it does not expand or contract when exposed to changes in temperature. That’s one reason why the tests showed no signs of damage to the frames.
Also, as part of the company’s signature service, we ensure the proper installation of our windows. After all, a great window is only as good as the installation behind it. We give our customers the best home improvement experience they deserve, and our professional installers can make it happen with expert installations.
For your new window installation needs, turn to Renewal by Andersen of Arkansas. We provide high-quality construction, industry-leading warranties and superior customer service on top of our strong and long-lasting window offerings. Give us a call at (479) 250-3588 to get started. You may also fill out our contact form for a free, in-home consultation. We serve Fayetteville, AR, residents.