While vinyl replacement windows possess plenty of advantages, they can still be prone to a number of problems like warping, cracking and bowing. Wood, on the other hand, has unmatched aesthetic appeal but as a window frame material, but high maintenance needs. Thankfully, there is one material that combines all the benefits of both vinyl and wood without their known limitations: Fibrex®.
Renewal by Andersen® developed Fibrex as an answer to all the disadvantages of vinyl, wood, and other common replacement window materials. Let our experts at Renewal by Andersen® of Memphis show you what this beautiful and versatile material can do for you and your windows.
What Is Fibrex®?
Fibrex is an exclusive framing material used by Renewal by Andersen on all their window and door replacement products. It’s a composite of natural wood fibers and high-quality vinyl. Because of this, it possesses the durability and strength of vinyl while maintaining the beautiful and natural wood grain texture that wooden windows are known for.
Why Should You Choose Fibrex® Replacement Windows?
In addition to its aesthetic value, low-maintenance needs and resistance to a lot of common problems, Fibrex is also rated highly on energy efficiency. When paired with High Performance™ Low-E4® glass from Renewal by Andersen, Fibrex windows can help you reduce your energy consumption and save you some money on your heating and cooling bills.
What Style of Windows Can Be Made With Fibrex®?
The good thing about Fibrex is that it is an extruded material. This means that it can be made into any style of replacement windows for your home. Whether you need a classic double-hung for a Colonial or Victorian home, a casement window for a country or ranch-style home, or even expansive picture windows for modern contemporary homes, Fibrex is the perfect solution for all your window needs.
Learn more about the benefits of Fibrex windows with the help of our professionals at Renewal by Andersen® of Memphis. Give us a call at (901) 979-4460 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate today.