The Valuable Simplicity of Double Hung Windows
Simple. Durable. Reliable. Double hung replacement windows from Renewal by Andersen® of New Jersey-New York Metro are the perfect fit for any room in your home. These easy to use, easy to maintain windows have been a staple of American homes for centuries, and Renewal by Andersen’s advanced materials and deep warranties make them a smart investment for homeowners who need replacement windows in New York Metro or New Jersey.
Renewal by Andersen double hung windows feature two separate glass panels separated by a single sash. Both glass panels can be opened for increased ventilation. The frame and sash are both made from Renewal by Andersen’s exclusive Fibrex® material lasts longer*, looks better, and performs beautifully! Unlike wood or vinyl double hung windows, our Fibrex windows will not crack, warp, or rot.
Each glass panel in our double hung replacement windows is designed with energy efficient glass, either High Performance™ Low-E4® or High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™, which is 70% more energy efficient in summer and 45% more energy efficient in winter as compared to ordinary dual panel glass.**
Our double hung windows are also available with Renewal by Andersen’s exclusive TruScene® insect screens, which offer 50% more clarity than our standard insect screen and are virtually invisible. These screens will let fresh air and sunshine in and keep pesky insects out even when both glass panels of your double hung windows are open.
If it is time to replace your older windows, double hung windows from Renewal by Andersen are a simple, but smart, choice. To learn more and to schedule a free consultation on window replacement in New Jersey or New York, call us at (800) 577-7744 or fill out our convenient online request an estimate form today!
*See the Renewal by Andersen® 20/2/10 limited warranty for details.
**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.