Sliding Replacement Windows
Fresh air is just the touch of a finger away with durable, functional Fibrex® sliding replacement windows from Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia-DC. Unlike older wood or vinyl sliding windows, Fibrex sliding windows will not stick in their track or lift out without warning. Renewal by Andersen sliding windows are designed to be both user-friendly and low maintenance.
The frame in our sliding window installation utilizes their exclusive Fibrex material, which offers the strength and insulating value of wood with the low maintenance features of vinyl. Fibrex material never requires painting and will not crack, pit, corrode, or rot.* This durability is vital in sliding windows, as the nature of the window itself requires a smooth transition from open to close. If the frame is warped or cracked, that transition becomes interrupted and your energy efficiency is compromised.
The tight seal of Fibrex is just one aspect of Renewal by Andersen sliding windows’ energy efficiency. They also feature glass packages, like High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass, which is 70% more energy efficient in summer and 45% more energy efficient in winter as compared to ordinary dual panel glass.**
When you turn to Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia-DC for sliding replacement windows, your new windows will be backed by one of the strongest window and door replacement limited warranties you will ever find.*
Renewal by Andersen has replaced more than two million windows. You can count on us to do the job right with a respectful approach and professionalism you’d expect from an industry leader. To schedule your free, in-home consultation on sliding window replacement in Virginia or DC, call us at (703) 291-8898 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.