Durability and visual impact are usually the first things to come to mind whenever you’re shopping for a new window. But just because a window has those two qualities doesn’t necessarily mean it’s well-designed. Manufacturers take into account a variety of factors to design a window, including the following:
Naturally, a window’s durability and aesthetics will be closely tied to the quality of the materials that were used to make it. However, quality control becomes harder if a window’s components were sourced from different parts of the world.
A single defective window component can compromise the entire quality and performance of a window. What manufacturers constantly strive to achieve in their products is consistency. But to do that, top-down oversight is needed.
From the drafting of the designs right down to the manufacturing of the window itself, centralized oversight is needed to ensure quality and consistency in the end products. In this sense, the only way to make sure you’ll get the best replacement windows in the market is to choose a brand that uses a centralized approach to its manufacturing operations.
Renewal by Andersen® is one such brand. The manufacturer centralizes all its manufacturing operations in the country to maintain strict quality control. From the procurement of the materials to the window’s installation in your home, Renewal by Andersen handles the entire window replacement process.
Keep in mind that manufacturers can’t adopt a one-size-fits-all approach for window designs. Whether a window is well-designed or not depends on the needs of your home, which is why Renewal by Andersen makes sure each window you order is custom-fit for your needs.