Someone recently asked, why are there so many new homes having their windows replaced? It’s true that homes between 8 and 15 years represent an abnormally large percentage of the homes having window replacement performed. In most cases, it is due to wood windows having rotting components. It may be a matter of the sub-sill rotting, or the brickmould, and sometimes even the sash.
Rotting wood windows not only detract from the beauty of a home, but can also be a source for mold and internal damage to walls. Renewal by Andersen’s composite material, Fibrex, was developed to eliminate these very problems. This revolutionary composite combines the strength and stability of wood with the low maintenance features of vinyl. Fibrex is the perfect material for replacement windows. It will not rot, split, crack or warp. While it never needs to be painted, it can be should particular color matches be required.
Fibrex makes a difference in every instance. Efficiency, reduced maintenance, and overall beauty. Take a look at the attached video and I think you’ll agree – replacement windows made of Fibrex material are the right choice for your home.