If the windows in your Cincinnati home are looking a bit worse for wear, you may be thinking about replacing them. With so many options for replacement windows on the market, choosing the right ones can feel overwhelming. However, there is one type of replacement windows that stand head-and-shoulders above the rest: Fibrex® windows. Fibrex composite is Renewal by Andersen's favorite window frame material for homes of all styles and ages. Here's a look at the many advantages of Fibrex.
Windows are made primarily from glass, but the material that comprises the sash and frame is just as important. There are a wide array of window frame materials on the market, from aluminum to vinyl. However, Renewal by Andersen's sashes and frames are made from a proprietary wood composite material called Fibrex®. Fibrex is exceptionally well suited for the climate in Dayton and the surrounding area, and it's a great choice for many homeowners. Here are some signs that Fibrex windows are the right choice for your Dayton home.
Windows contain two major material components: the glass, and the material that makes up the frame and sash. Though many homeowners choose fiberglass for their sashes and frames, Fibrex®, a composite material from Renewal by Andersen, actually offers many benefits over fiberglass.
Here's a closer look at Fibrex, how it compares to fiberglass, and what makes it such a great choice for your Dayton, Ohio home.
When the time comes to replace the windows on your Dayton home, one important factor to consider is the construction material of your window sashes and frames. While wood, vinyl, and aluminum are traditional choices, Fibrex®, an innovative composite material created by Andersen Corporation, offers many advantages over these other options.