If you really want to know the difference between shopping in a professional showroom and shopping at a big box store you need only walk through our front door—one visit to Renaissance Windows and Doors and you will see it with your own eyes. It’s all about context.
Considering a remodeling or design project? Consider coming out this weekend and visiting Renaissance Windows and Doors at the Houston Design Center. At the Houston Design Center you will find the absolute best resources for your home and commercial design projects. The Design Center has forty residential and commercial showrooms which represent over 10,000 manufacturers; the center hosts some of our city’s top design firms.
We had a wonderful time at the 26th annual Texas Home & Garden Show at Reliant Center, and the response to our special 33% discount offer for garden show attendees was terrific! We are looking forward to helping our clients replace their old doors and windows with new, more beautiful, more energy efficient replacements.
At Renaissance Windows & Doors we take great pride in giving our customers the best products to choose from when it comes to window and door replacement. This week we are dedicating our blog to a spotlight on Showcase Custom Vinyl Windows—the first name in lasting impressions.
Many of our clients have questions about wood windows versus other window material types. There are pros and cons to any material you choose, so let’s start with a brief background of some of the pluses and minuses for each.
The harsh summer is just around the corner. It is time to make sure that your home stays comfortable throughout the season. One way of ensuring that is to regulate the temperature inside your home properly. True, you can simply flick the switch of your air conditioner, but that will add a considerable amount to your electricity bills. Maybe it’s time to opt for an alternative option. How about installing some energy efficient glass windows and doors? Energy efficient glass windows and doors are essentially made of two layers of glass with a little gap between them. This gap, filled with air, acts as a bad conductor for heat. Thus when the layer of glass facing outside gets heated through exposure to sunlight, the inner layer facing the insides of the house stays cool. Thus you can run the AC with a higher temperature setting, thereby saving a considerable amount on electricity bills.