Renewal by Andersen® Double Hung Windows

Renewal by Andersen’s® double hung replacement windows are a modern take on a classic window style, combining traditional designs with advanced materials.

The double hung window has long been the most popular choice for windows in Western New York and throughout the United States, but older wooden, vinyl, or aluminum models are outdated and don’t offer the same benefits offered by Renewal by Andersen double hung replacement windows. Western New York homeowners who want to match the traditional style of their current double hung windows and also want to boost their energy efficiency can turn to Renewal by Andersen of Western New York for new Renewal by Andersen double hung window replacement in Buffalo NY or Rochester NY.

Renewal by Andersen double hung windows utilize Renewal by Andersen’s® High Performance™ Low-E4® glass, which is 45% more energy efficient in winter and 56% more energy efficient in winter as compared to ordinary dual panel glass.* They also utilize Renewal by Andersen’s® exclusive Fibrex® material, which you can learn more about on our Miracle of Fibrex® page.

The combination of High Performance™ Low-E4® glass and Fibrex frame materials make Renewal by Andersen’s double hung window style a smart investment for any homeowner, and the leading choice for double hung windows from Buffalo NY to Rochester NY and everywhere in between.

To get started with Renewal by Andersen of Western New York today, give us a call, fill out our Request an Estimate form to schedule a no obligation in-home estimate.

FREE Consultation on Double Hung Windows for Buffalo NY & Rochester NY Homes

Call Renewal by Andersen of Western New York at (585) 294-4640 or fill out our convenient online contact form to schedule your free in-home, no obligation consultation on double hung window replacement from Buffalo NY to Rochester NY.

 

*Values are based on comparison of Renewal by Andersen® double-hung inserted window SHGC to the SHGC for clear dual pane glass non-metal frame default values from the 2006 and 2009 International Energy Conservation Code.