The bathroom is a place of privacy, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t have any windows. In fact, bathroom windows play a key role in keeping the bathroom free from mold and mildew by providing much needed natural lighting and ventilation.
With energy costs increasing at an alarming rate over the past two decades, energy efficiency has become a necessity in every household. As soon as your windows lose their energy efficiency, they quickly lose their value since they end up costing you extra every month. So, how can you tell if your windows are no longer energy efficient? Renewal by Andersen® of Omaha and Lincoln shares five signs.
Double hung windows may be the most commonly used window style there is, but it’s amazing how such a simple window style hasn’t change much from when it was first introduced. In today’s blog, we discuss what makes double hung windows such an enduring window style and what makes them an excellent choice for your home.
If you have been visiting replacement window showrooms and hardware stores, you may have already noticed the white labels indicating window performance ratings along with the ENERGY STAR® certification label. Knowing how these labels work can help you find the right replacement windows your home needs.
Nearly every indoor activity – whether itrsquos for communication, entertainment or comfort — involves the use of energy. Fortunately, energy-efficient replacement windows can help you save on your monthly energy costs, and we at Renewal by Andersenreg of Omaha and Lincoln would like to share with you how this is possible.