What Appleton, WI, Resident Doesn’t Want Energy-Efficient Windows?
If you live in Appleton—or really anywhere in Wisconsin—then you know how frigidly cold the winters can be. Even the heat of the summer can prove to be quite sweltering. So, what’s a homeowner to do in order to keep things comfortable indoors, no matter the weather? The answer: energy-efficient windows. With windows that are specially designed to prevent heat from entering or escaping, you can enjoy more stable temperatures and stop battling with your thermostat.
Partner With RBA of Greater Wisconsin
So, who has the energy-efficient windows described above? That would be RBA of Greater Wisconsin. We’re a reputable window and door company serving local homeowners by offering top-tier windows from Renewal by Andersen®. You can count on our outstanding replacement windows to keep your home comfortable thanks to their:
The frames of our windows are crafted from an exclusive material called Fibrex®. This composite material consists of real wood fibers, offering superior thermal insulating power with lower expansion and contraction rates, blocking heat transfer and drafts.
Our special Andersen® High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass is featured in all of our replacement windows. This innovative glass blocks infrared and ultraviolet light from coming through your windows and ultimately heating up your home.
Our energy-efficient windows also have seamless all-around weatherstripping, creating an airtight seal between the frame and your home, preventing any possible drafts.
While we’re proud to offer such energy-efficient windows, it’s important that they are properly installed to truly perform to their full potential. With our factory-trained and -certified technicians installing your windows, you can feel confident that they will work towards bettering your home’s energy efficiency.
Don’t let your battle with your thermostat cause you to keep paying higher electric bills. Contact RBA of Greater Wisconsin today to have energy-efficient windows installed at your Appleton-area home.