Typical traditional stock window styles include bay, bow, single hung, double hung, sliding, picture and casement. However, not all residential windows fit into these narrow categories. If your home’s windows are an unusual shape, they would be considered Specialty Windows. Here’s what to know about before beginning your home’s replacement window project.

What Are Specialty Windows?

Unlike the traditional square or rectangular window, a specialty window is a window that comes in a non-traditional shape. Specialty windows can stand alone or be combined with other traditional vented (able to be opened) or inoperable (like a picture window). Renewal by Andersen of Long Island can make specialty windows in nearly limitless sizes and shapes to meet your window replacement needs. Some examples:

  • Round
  • Arched
  • Octagonal
  • Hexagonal

Like standard windows, Renewal by Andersen’s specialty windows have different glass types to choose from, including high performance low-E4 glass and high performance low-E4 SmartSun glass. Specialty windows can be very large, covering a wide span in your home, or small, like in a stairway or even combined with other windows for a unique focal point. Fortunately, Renewal by Andersen’s Fibrex window frame material is strong enough to hold the heavy glass that must fit in a large specialty window, without concern about warping over time.

What to Know About Specialty Window Grille Patterns

Just as your specialty window can be a unique size and shape, so can its grille pattern, if you would like one. When you’re choosing a specialty window with a grille pattern from Renewal by Andersen, your customer service specialist will help you determine which grille pattern is right for your specific specialty window and your home.

How to Know When You Need a Specialty Window

You may not know whether the windows in your home will require a specialty window or a more traditional standard shape window. This is when the design consultation comes you’re your Renewal by Andersen of Long Island design consultant can make your window replacement project easy with a four-step process that starts with a design consultation.

The consultation can happen in-house or through no-contact virtual meetings. Either way, the Renewal by Andersen representative can determine your needs exactly, to ensure that when the window installation occurs, your windows will be fully ready to go.

Why Renewal by Andersen of Long Island Specialty Windows Rise Above the Competition

Andersen Corporation has been in business for more than 100 years. In that time, windows produced by Renewal by Andersen have reached a state of quality that rises above most other window companies.

Renewal by Andersen has won awards for its energy-efficient windows with strong window frames made from beautiful Fibrex material. To get started with your window replacement, contact Renewal by Andersen of Long Island, toll-free at 1-877-313-9052 or fill in the short form on this page.

 

Download our Free Guide to Long Island Replacement Windows

Long Island Replacement Windows eBook

Learn Everything You Need to Know BEFORE Buying Replacement Windows Click Here to Download Now!
LEARN …
  • The Difference Between Replacement and New Construction Windows!
  • The Different Kinds of Frame Materials and What That Means to Your Windows’ Performance and Longevity!
  • How the Right Glass Can Save You Money on Your Heating & Cooling Bills!
  • The Critical Role Proper Installation Plays in the Performance, Durability and Warranty of Your New Replacement Windows!
  • What Features and Options are Important to You and What Role They Play in Your Ultimate Satisfaction Today, and for as Long As You Live in Your Home!
Spread the love