Stop The Excess Heat With New Windows For Your Home

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Have you noticed that it’s starting to get hotter and hotter every year? Well, you’re not the only one. Last May was the hottest May in history and it looks as though that kind of heat is going to persist, especially with the on-going El Niño phenomenon. Here’s more information about that sweltering heat from this article on

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Monday said May’s average temperature on Earth of 59.93 degrees Fahrenheit (15.54 degrees Celsius) beat the old record set four years ago. In April, the globe tied the 2010 record for that month. Records go back to 1880.

May was especially hot in parts of Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Spain, South Korea and Australia, while the United States was not close to a record, just 1 degree warmer than the 20th century average. However, California is having a record hot first five months of the year, a full 5 degrees above normal.

With temperatures continuously soaring, California is starting to feel like a giant oven. Our homes make us feel like we’re inside a pressure cooker, even with the air conditioner turned on. So what can be done to make it more comfortable, especially during summer?

That excess heat that’s getting into your home may be caused by some damage that you weren’t aware of, so start with a quick inspection of your house and, most especially, the windows because they are the primary barrier between the inside and outside environment.

Rotting frames, broken or warped panes cause a lot of trouble. Act immediately if you want to make your home a comfortable place to live in again. Get immediate results. Call a contractor that can solve your window problems like Renewal by Andersen®.

Brand new windows in San Francisco should solve this problem and they shouldn’t be just any window, Renewal by Andersen® windows are made up of Fibrex®, a revolutionary material, designed to be durable enough to withstand, fading, warping and chipping, providing superior sealing that keeps excess heat out and the cool air from your air conditioner inside the house.

For more information on how to make San Francisco windows keep the heat out, contact Renewal by Andersen® today.

 (Article Excerpt from Heat & Repeat: Globe breaks May temperature record,, June 23, 2014)

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