Renewal by Andersen® Window Spotlight: Specialty WindowsDecember 09, 2020
In this blog, we take a look at the benefits and distinctive features of one of our unique replacement window options, the specialty window.
How They Work
Specialty windows are actually among the most efficient units Renewal by Andersen offers because they are fixed, meaning they don’t open. The main purpose of a specialty window is to accent a particular architectural feature of your home. It can be paired with any of our operable windows, such as a casement or double-hung window. This gives you the option of having a venting window to bring fresh air into your home, but still allows you to make a statement with the unique shape and style of a specialty window.
As with all of our Renewal by Andersen® replacement windows, our specialty windows come in a wide array of colors. If desired, you can even stain or paint our real wood frames on the interior to match your existing trim and woodwork. In addition, our specialty window styles are available in many different sizes, with 13 shapes to choose from.
For example, you could use the elegant curves of an arched or half-round window to soften the sharp angles of a traditional rectangular window or utilize a trapezoid shape that follows the line of a raised wood plank ceiling. With custom-patterned grilles and a variety of hardware available, too, you can mix and match different shapes, styles and accessories to achieve the perfect look for your home.
Create Your Own
At Renewal by Andersen, we do our best to make our customers’ dreams a reality, so let your creative juices flow! Our design specialists are also available to provide inspiration. All of our windows are made using our exclusive Fibrex® material, which is extremely strong and low-maintenance, so you’ll have beautiful, worry-free windows that last.
Request a Free Window Estimate Today
If you’d like to change the look of your home with custom-made specialty windows or beautiful replacement doors, give Renewal by Andersen of Northeast PA a call today at (610) 849-2800 to get started! You can also contact us via our online form.