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Environmental and Energy Challenges Homeowners Face Part 2

In the first part of our blog series, we discussed the environmental and energy threats that homeowners deal with. In our second installment, Renewal by Andersen® of Milwaukee shows you how we can provide efficient answers to these issues.

Remodeling Home

Through Our Fibrex® Frames

Our windows in Milwaukee, WI, come with a patented frame composite called Fibrex®. This has the strength and beauty of wood and low-maintenance qualities of vinyl. It will not rot, fade, or warp. Most of all, they are made of reclaimed wood fibers and polyvinyl chloride materials from Andersen Corporation factories. These features make them an eco-friendly option, reducing the need for natural resources and even early replacement.

Through Our Insulated Glass

Each of our windows and doors in Wisconsin come with High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass units, which can help make your home cozier. This can reduce heat transfer in and out of your home, lessening your reliance on your HVAC units for more energy savings. At the same time, less use of your cooling and heating system can reduce carbon footprint, which can endanger your health. This also prevents the occurrence of drafts, which can lead to mold growth and other risks.

Through Their Functionality

As an ENERGY STAR®-certified windows contractor in Milwaukee, we make sure that our windows contribute to a healthy environment. They are available in different styles that can help improve your home’s living conditions. We have casement windows you can fully open wide to let fresh air in your home. We also have picture windows with sleek frames, which will allow more sunlight in your home, reducing your reliance on artificial lighting.

By choosing Renewal by Andersen of Milwaukee as your window provider, you are taking part in preserving the environment. Call us today at (877) 977-3639 for more information about our eco-friendly products. If you are interested in learning more about the environmental and energy threats that homeowners deal with, then you can refer to the first part of this blog series.

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