UV rays from the sun don’t just cause sunburns; they can also cause your furniture and other valuables such as artwork and rugs to fade. Fortunately, with high-quality replacement windows, you can avoid this problem.
Condensation on windows can be harmless, but it can also be a sign of an underlying problem. This process occurs when warm air touches a colder surface, causing water vapor to turn into liquid.
Poor indoor air quality is one of the main health hazards in America. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are some of the common chemicals that contaminate the air we breathe at home every day.
If you are the owner of a historic home, the prospect of investing in replacement windows may seem daunting to you because of the need to maintain your home’s architectural authenticity. Fortunately, at Renewal by Andersen® of Portland, we have lots of experience replacing windows on historical homes, and we always recommend going the custom […]
When replacing windows, many homeowners assume that the installation process to be used is the insert method. This method involves changing the old units with the new ones while leaving the frame openings untouched.