- How much does an average window cost?
Renewal by Andersen® is a premium window that will maintain the architectural integrity of your home. You will see windows advertised at $189 and some for $1,500. Renewal by Andersen® will fall somewhere in the middle. Size, options, and method of required installation will all play a part in the final window cost.
- Can I paint or stain a Renewal by Andersen® window?
While Renewal by Andersen® windows come pre-finished, they can be painted or stained when necessary. There are over 20 standard color combinations. Pine, Oak, and Maple interiors are available for custom staining. Exteriors can be painted to match unusual color schemes. Custom color Fibrex® is available on larger commercial projects.
- What is the difference between Renewal by Andersen® and Andersen® windows?
Renewal® is the division of Andersen® Corporation developed strictly for the replacement market. Andersen® makes standard size windows for new construction and Renewal® makes custom size windows for the replacement market. Renewal® windows are made from a composite material called Fibrex® and Andersen® windows are a vinyl clad wood window.
- Do you have a showroom where I can come and see Renewal by Andersen® windows?
Absolutely! Our showrooms are located at:
11400 Bluegrass Parkway, Louisville, KY 40299
2551 Richmond Road, Suite 4, Lexington, KY 40509
- Do I have to do my whole house at one time?
No, many of our customers do their homes in phases. Because we work to maintain the architectural integrity of your home, you can do your home in phases and not be concerned about significant changes in appearance.
- Who does your installations?
Renewal by Andersen® technicians are factory trained employees. While in your home, they will work off drop cloths. Prior to leaving they will even vacuum and wash your windows.
- I don’t like the style of my windows. Do I have to go back with the same style?
No. Many of our customers want to change the appearance of their homes by utilizing a different style of window. For example, replace a large picture window with a bay or bow window. Switch from casement windows to double hung windows or even put an awning or casement window over the kitchen sink.