As part of our Signature Service, Renewal by Andersen® of Montana customizes your replacement window according to your needs and preferences. And to learn more about our customers’ needs and preferences, we also offer free consultations.
What are some of the questions you need to ask during consultations?
Which Window Materials Are Best Suited to Your Area’s Climate?
Extreme temperatures can be harsh on your exterior, particularly your windows. That’s why the frame of your new windows should be durable enough to handle the local climate. Remember: There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach in home improvement projects, and window replacement projects are no exception.
Here’s a pro-tip: If you’re looking for windows durable enough to withstand the state’s hot, muggy summers and harsh winters, we recommend choosing Fibrex® custom windows. Fibrex is an exclusive wood-fiber-and-thermoplastic-polymer composite that doesn’t contract or expand when exposed to extreme temperatures.
How Can You Maximize the Returns on Investment (ROIs) on Your New Windows?
While it’s important to stay within budget, you shouldn’t get too preoccupied with the project costs. Focus instead on how you can maximize the ROIs on your new windows.
Here’s a pro-tip: Choosing an energy-efficient window can help reduce your heating and cooling costs. According to the Department of Energy, drafty windows account for 25%–30% of the average household’s heating and cooling costs.
If you’re looking for an energy-efficient window, Renewal by Andersen offers a wide variety of energy-efficient glass options. Our most energy-efficient glass option is our High Performance™ Low-E4® glass. Compared to dual-pane windows, windows with High Performance Low-E4 glass are 70% and 49% more efficient in summer and winter respectively.
Which Finish Best Complements Your Interior and Exterior Design?
Your new windows should complement the other parts of your exterior. Remember: When it comes to exterior design, consistency is key.
Here’s a pro-tip: To quickly narrow down your options, find out which window styles have been traditionally used in your home’s architectural style. After all, there’s a reason why certain windows have been used in certain architectural styles for decades.