In the window industry, there are numerous brands and numerous windows available on the market to cater to your home’s needs. However, while they each have their individual benefits, window installation experts say that none are as beneficial or unique as the Fibrex® windows of Renewal by Andersen®.
Here’s how Fibrex® windows are made:
Step #1: Gathering the Wood Fibers
For those who are unaware, the wood fibers used in the manufacturing of Fibrex windows actually come from the small, unused wood that are produced when milling the intricate profiles of Renewal by Andersen’s wood windows. Once the unused wood is reclaimed, they are then repurposed to make Fibrex material by shredding them to create the required wood fibers.
Step #2: Creating the Compound
Fibrex material for a double-hung or bay window is composed of 40% wood fiber and 60% proprietary polymer. Once the wood fibers have been gathered, it will be heated to extract all of its moisture and dried. Afterwards, the polymer will be heated to a specific temperature. Once it’s adequately heated, the materials will be combined. Once they’re combined, the wood fiber will merge with the polymer’s molecules to create the compound that makes the Fibrex material.
Step #3: Shaping and Coloring
Once the Fibrex compounds have merged with one another and the window is complete, the material will now be put through an extruder to be shaped. Afterwards, the color will now be applied permanently to the material before being completely assembled and shipped off to stores around the country.
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