Window Installation in Orlando
Is it time to replace your aging, drafty windows with energy efficient, tight-fitting enhancements? Today’s windows have superior quality, cosmetic options, and are energy efficient – plus they are a beautiful way to make your home more quiet and comfortable.
According to Consumer Reports, if you now have old-fashioned single-glazed windows, replacement windows might save you from 10 percent to 25 percent a year for heating and cooling. Choices have become more energy efficient since insulating features such as multiple glazing, Low-E coatings, and inert-gas insulation have proliferated in many manufacturers' lines. And using the same contractor for purchase and installation can minimize the chances of problems arising later.
A sister company to Renewal by Andersen, Universal Contracting helps facilitate exclusive provision of Andersen and Renewal by Andersen Replacement Windows to the homes of Central Florida, and we stand by this line of premium quality windows.
Renewal by Andersen is the replacement window division of Andersen Corporation, a company that’s been innovating windows for more than 110 years. We know that energy efficiency relies on the right combination of glass, frame, and installation, and Renewal windows are made from Andersen's exclusive composite Fibrex® material that lasts longer, performs better, is twice as strong as vinyl and unlike wood, requires virtually no maintenance. (See warranty details.)
This means we have an abundant selection of high quality, energy-efficient windows to fit your budget, architecture and style preference. Whether you are replacing your old windows or remodeling your entire home, we can direct you to experienced window specialists and certified installers who are skilled at providing a complete selection of options, styles and price points to meet your family’s needs.
Contact us to learn more about our role in providing you quality Renewal by Andersen Replacement Windows.
Energy Tax Credit
Ask us how our energy-saving window solutions may help you to earn a tax credit of up to $500. Some energy improvement credits will be phased out by December 31, 2011, so now is the time to take advantage of these incentives. Find out more at the Energy Star tax credits website.