Specialty Windows: Adding the Wow Factor to Standard Windows

October 21st, 2018 by

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Specialty Windows: Adding the Wow Factor to Standard Windows

If you’re looking to achieve a “wow factor” with your window replacement project, you should consider specialty windows. In the following video, the Renewal by Andersen® team provides a closer look at what specialty windows can do for your home.

What Are Specialty Windows?

Specialty windows are fixed windows (meaning they can’t be opened) built in custom shapes other than conventional square and rectangular styles. Renewal by Andersen offers specialty windows as standalone installations or mulled with standard window styles.

Standalone specialty windows can work well on their own and can also be paired with other window styles to good effect. With specialty windows, you can consider a wide range of possibilities in terms of window replacement design. For example, you can install a triangular specialty window to accent a vaulted ceiling. Likewise, half-circle specialty windows placed above standard windows can add rich architectural interest to your home, while also improving daylighting.

Reasons to Choose Renewal by Andersen Specialty Windows

Our Fibrex® material frames combine the strength and insulation of wood with the low-maintenance qualities of vinyl. When combined with our High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass, you can expect the same energy-efficiency and low-maintenance features in our specialty windows that the rest of our replacement windows are known for.

Our specialty windows are crafted by our expert craftsmen at our facility in Minnesota, to the exacting specifications of your project. Our extensive limited warranties will ensure that you enjoy the benefits of your specialty windows for many years.

To learn more about specialty windows and our other window replacement options, call Renewal by Andersen of Portland today at (503) 419-3960. You can also fill out our contact form to schedule a free consultation. We serve many areas in and near Vancouver, WA, and Portland, OR.