Expect a wide range of issues when you see signs of warping on your windows. In this blog, trusted local windows installer Renewal by Andersen® of Memphis helps you understand why certain window materials like wood and vinyl are likely to warp and how to solve this problem.
Reason Why Window Warping Occurs
Long-term exposure to extreme weather conditions can cause damage to wood and vinyl windows. Too much heat, in particular, increases the chances of warping on the frames and sashes. Moisture is also a known culprit and can compromise the natural beauty of wood windows. Warping makes windows look unsightly and affect their structural integrity, which is why it makes sense to replace them as soon as possible to avoid further issues.
In addition to elemental exposure, wood and vinyl window damage can be attributed to poor installation and low product quality. To get the most out of your investment, be sure to choose a contractor that is well-known for its top-notch products and high-quality home window replacement process. Doing a background check is also vital in determining which ones are reputable and which ones are unscrupulous.
Choosing Fibrex® Windows
At Renewal by Andersen, we offer replacement windows built for durability, longevity, and weather performance. Their frames and sashes are made of Fibrex, the company’s exclusive composite material that combines the insulating properties of vinyl with the natural beauty of wood. When you choose to install our windows, you can rest assured your windows remains intact and protected from the damaging effects of warping for a long time.
With a comprehensive selection of the best replacement windows and doors in the country, you can add more value, beauty and energy efficiency to your home. Renewal by Andersen of Memphis also offers the most comprehensive warranties in today’s market—coverage includes a 20-year glass warranty, a 10-year warranty on all non-Fibrex and non-glass components, and a two-year installation warranty. Give us a call at (901) 979-4460 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation.