Custom windows are the answer when none of the existing windows you’ve been looking at match what you want. At Renewal by Andersen® of New Mexico, we offer best-in-class window customization, from glass options to grill designs. Here are some details to help you decide on the customized windows you want for your home.
Aside from protection against the weather, our windows feature High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass to provide insulation against the searing summer heat and the freezing winter cold. We also have a SmartSun™ version that reflects more UV rays away from your home, to prevent heat transfer from making your rooms uncomfortable.
We can also provide distinct grille patterns to your picture windows and any type of window if you wish to add more character to them. Grilles can provide protection to your home by segmenting your glass and creating a border for them that cannot easily be passed through. Our designs can range from a traditional colonial design to a more robust diamond pattern.
The window hardware completes your operable windows. You can choose from a wide array of designs, from contemporary folding ones for your awning windows to the Estate Sash Lifts for your double-hung windows. You can also choose what their color finish so that they fit in with your overall theme.
When a simple grille is not enough, we also provide artistic embroidery into your windows. From flowery Hatteras to a wavy Tyrrell design, each piece can complete your home. We also have full glass patterns if you wish to create a stained glass effect on your new windows.
To add more curb appeal to your home with our sliding windows and other products, we also provide exterior trimming, which adds character and structural rigidity to your windows. Each trim can accentuate your exterior siding and makes your home more vibrant and appealing from the curb.
We have more customization choices ready for you. To learn about them, you can contact us through our hotline (505) 312-6577. We offer our services around Albuquerque and surrounding New Mexico communities.