Renewal by Andersen® helps homeowners in Kansas save money on monthly energy bills by producing advanced, energy efficient replacement windows and doors. Renewal by Andersen windows and doors will help you save money on your energy bills, thanks to revolutionary materials like their exclusive Fibrex® frame and sash material and their exclusive glass packages.
Renewal by Andersen offers to distinct types of glass for their windows and doors. Each is designed with energy efficiency in mind. Here is a brief look at Renewal by Andersen’s exclusive glass packages compare to ordinary dual glass:
- Renewal by Andersen’s High Performance™ Low-E4® glass is 45% more energy efficient in summer and 56% more energy efficient in winter as compared to ordinary dual panel glass.*
- High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass is 70% more energy efficient in summer and 45% more energy efficient in winter as compared to ordinary dual panel glass.*
Renewal by Andersen’s High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass is the most energy efficient glass we have ever offered. When combined with the insulating power of Fibrex material, you will be able to enjoy a more beautiful, comfortable home without having to worry about skyrocketing energy costs. When you choose Renewal by Andersen window replacement, you will enjoy many years of indoor comfort, low-maintenance, and energy efficiency.
If you own a home in Kansas, you know what it is like to sweat over the high cost of energy. The prices aren’t going down any time soon, so the only solution is to simply use less energy. Installing Renewal by Andersen replacement doors and replacement windows in Kansas is a great place to start.
To learn more about Renewal by Andersen’s energy efficient replacement windows and doors, call Renewal by Andersen of Kansas at (855) 871-9140 or fill out our request an estimate form to speak with one of our Kansas windows and doors experts.
*Values are based on comparison of Renewal by Andersen® double-hung inserted window SHGC to the SHGC for clear dual pane glass non-metal frame default values from the 2006 and 2009 International Energy Conservation Code.