With the coming of the winter comes cold, dry air and the frosty winds. In addition, there’s the Polar Vortex that we residents of Kansas need to look out for. The Polar Vortex, to the uninitiated, is a large pocket of very cold air, typically the coldest air in the Northern Hemisphere, which sits over the polar region during the winter. This freezing air can find its way into the United States when the polar vortex is pushed farther south, occasionally reaching southern Canada and the northern Plains, Midwest and northeastern portions of the United States, including Kansas.
So before the next polar vortex hits and cause havoc to your home’s comfort –and to your pocket due to increased heating bills—get your home ready for the chilling winds! Replacing your old windows in Wichita KS can significantly affect your home’s overall insulation capabilities.
Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas brings you the most energy-efficient replacement windows available on the market today. Thanks to the revolutionary Fibrex® material that’s been developed by our mother company, the Andersen Corporation, our windows feature a level of stability and durability that will keep your windows well-sealed through time. Fibrex also has superior thermal insulating properties, which means it can help minimize drafts and condensation on your window.
Furthermore, our windows are equipped with Andersen® High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass. The combination of Fibrex® frames and Low-E4 glass panes enables our windows to keep your home warm and comfortable during the cold, without your having to crank up the thermostat. It will not only help in keeping your home comfortable, it will also significantly reduce your energy consumption and, consequently, your utility bills.
So the Polar Vortex is coming? No problem—not with Renewal by Andersen windows, at least. Check out other pages in our website to learn more about our company, products, and services. Just give us a call to schedule a free in-home analysis of your windows in Lawrence KS and in the other areas, or simply fill out our convenient online estimate request form.