Home improvements can be a significant investment, and it’s smart to do a bit of due diligence before deciding who to trust with your project. If you’re thinking 2020 will be the year to buy replacement windows for your home, we’ve put our top five tips together to help you with the process.
If you’re getting quotes for new home windows, it’s common for the contractor to request—or even require—that both spouses participate in the appointment. DunRite does this.
Is it about who signs the checkbook? Sexism? High-pressure sales tactics? Nope, none of these things.
Trying to do an apples-to-apples comparison can be tough.
It’s a constant question we are asked… Are Renewal by Andersen windows the same as Andersen windows?
Products for both are manufactured at the same plant by the same company, but they’re not the same product. There are other differences, too.
Here’s what you should know.
They’ve come a long way and are a common choice for home replacement windows and doors.
It’s no secret that we’re fond of the Andersen® brand, but when asked “Are Andersen 100 windows good?” our answer is an unequivocal YES. The 100 Series of windows are a wonderful introduction to Andersen products at a moderate price point.
Many customers ask if they need to have any maintenance done on their new energy efficient replacement windows. The answer is yes! Even though the material may not need maintenance, your windows should definitely be cleaned at least once a year.
Heading into winter is a great time to clean out your weep holes. During Arizona’s summer monsoon season, dust storms cause your window tracks and weep holes to become full of debris. This will cause your windows to not be able to expel water at the speed intended. In turn, water will over flow the window track and run onto your window sill and floor.
Let me help to explain how new energy efficient windows work in Arizona.