Love your home even more with high-quality windows from Renewal by Andersen® of Kentucky. Our top-of-the-line replacement windows in Louisville, KY, will protect your home for years to come. When you work with us, you can choose from a wide range of designs:
This traditional window features straight lines for symmetry and elegance. You can open both sashes to improve ventilation and tilt them in for easy cleaning. They are ideal space savers because they don’t project from the wall. Double-hung windows look best with American Farmhouse, Cape Cod, and Craftsman Bungalow homes.
This energy-efficient window lets in more light because it has a larger glass area. You can easily reach the single lever security lock to open the window outward. Casement windows are perfect for the French Eclectic architectural style.
You can amp up the look of your other windows with our picture windows. They let in more views and light because of their expansive glass area. You can use a series of picture windows to create a modern style in your home.
Our bow and bay windows come with two optional roof styles: hip and concave. Our hip style roofs come in copper, shake, shingle, or painted aluminum. Concave roofs, on the other hand, come with painted aluminum or copper covers. For bow windows, you can use up to six window styles.
We custom build different window shapes to add architectural flair to your home. Some of our shapes include circles, quarter circle, triangle, right triangle, trapezoid, and pentagon.
Another modern design, gliding or sliding windows save space and allow for better ventilation in homes. You can open both panels, and they lift out of the track for easier cleaning. You can also ask us for a design with one stationary sash.
We are a window company in Louisville, KY, that you can rely on for all your window needs. We offer free in-home consultations so we can discuss your options with you. We even back our products with strong warranties for your peace of mind.
Call us today at (502) 716-7264 to learn more about our window designs. Don’t forget to check out the second installment of this two-part series to learn more about what makes our windows stand apart from the rest.