Renewal by Andersen® offers a unique window styles that that can be fully customized according to your exact preferences. This video discusses everything about the company’s specialty windows, including their features, uses and composition.
About Specialty Windows
Specialty windows are fixed, which means they can’t be opened. Think of picture windows but with unusual shapes. A specialty window can give both the interior and exterior of a home rich character.
While they can be installed as standalone window replacement units, specialty windows are often placed next to patio doors or other window styles for design purposes. For example, picture a porthole specialty window placed above your patio door.
Flexible Window Design Options
A total of 13 standard configurations of specialty windows are available, from circular to polygonal. Homeowners can unleash their creativity through customization. You can choose the shape, grille pattern (or lack thereof), color and texture of your new specialty window. You can also combine a specialty and operable window.
Like all our windows, our specialty windows are built with Fibrex® frames. This exclusive composite material is low-maintenance and twice as strong as vinyl. Its durable nature means that the window can withstand sudden temperature changes, insuring stability all year round. In addition, our windows feature high-performance low-E glass to further boost your home’s energy efficiency.
Renewal by Andersen® of Spokane is your go-to source for specialty windows and other styles of installation windows. We offer our signature service, starting from the pre-measurements, the manufacturing to the installation. Our comprehensive limited warranties are the strongest in the industry, giving you peace of mind that your new windows are of the best quality.