At Renewal by Andersen® of New Mexico, we can exclusively offer you high-quality windows made from Fibrex®, a composite material that has all the benefits of wood and vinyl rolled into one, without the weaknesses of either.
Read on as we give a brief overview of this composite material, and how it makes our windows tougher and more energy-efficient.
Fibrex®: What It’s Made Of
This composite material is made from real wood fibers and high-quality thermoplastic and polymer. The former are sourced from Andersen’s wood window manufacturing sites, and the latter is the same material used when manufacturing vinyl windows. This unique blend gives our windows the sturdiness and beauty of wood coupled with the low-maintenance properties of vinyl.
Our Windows Are Tough
The unique combination of wood and vinyl gives our Fibrex windows high tolerance to expansion and contraction. This is a valuable trait, considering New Mexico’s climate can turn on a dime. Our composite windows resist extreme temperature swings and inclement weather. Because they are tougher, our windows last longer, too.
Better Heat Resistance
Our Fibrex windows boast higher heat resistance thanks to real wood fibers. Certain window styles, such as picture windows, are more susceptible to heat transfer due to their larger glass areas. Thanks to the higher heat resistance offered by Fibrex, your new windows will stay cool and insulate your home better.
Darker Trims and Narrower Frames
Fibrex’s natural tolerance for sudden changes in temperature and higher heat resistance means we can make windows that have darker colored interiors. On top of that, we can make the window frames narrower, which means more glass area without the extra heat.
All these benefits make our windows low-maintenance hardware that will increase the energy efficiency and aesthetics of your home. We will properly install your new windows so you can take advantage of all these benefits.
Our Fibrex windows are available in all window styles – from casement to sliding windows. Give us a call at (505) 312-6577 to learn more about our services. We install high-quality windows in Albuquerque, NM and other parts of New Mexico.