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We know our cuRenewal by Andersen Logostomers are just as interested in energy efficiency as they are the appearance of their windows. But when the jargon comes out – R-values, UV ratings, thermal efficiency – it’s easy to get lost in the numbers. What sets Renewal by Andersen apart is our focus on the whole window performance for improved comfort of your home. Where competitors concentrate solely on glass, we understand that energy efficiency relies on the right combination of glass, frame, and installation.

Our windows are made from Andersen’s exclusive composite Fibrex® material that lasts longer, performs better, is twice as strong as vinyl and unlike wood, requires virtually no maintenance.

Each Renewal by Andersen glass option offers four unique benefits for heating, cooling, visible light transfer and ultra violet (UV) protection. The glass solution for you depends on the climate you live in, the architectural design of your home, and the orientation of your windows to the sun. Click here to learn more about our glass options.

Energy StarAndersen was the was the first window manufacturer to win the ENERGY STAR “National Partner of the Year Award” in 1999, and has actively participated in every round of ENERGY STAR Windows Program criteria development and actively promoted the program since its inception. Andersen has received the Partner of the Year award numerous times in the past, most recently in 2013 and 2016.


FtBendLifestylesmediumFor over 23 years “Fort Bend Lifestyles & Homes” magazine has provided a high quality publication for the readers and advertisers in one of Houston’s preferred demographic communities. They are the leader in highlighting this outstanding community, it’s local people, and events. Readers look forward every month to receiving their Fort Bend Lifestyles & Homes publication. Monthly local content includes beautifully decorated homes, dynamic people and businesses, the social scene, happenings, home improvement, health news, beauty and fitness, school and student news, travel, new cars, gardening, food and wine, historical news and shopping.

Fort Bend Lifestyles & Homes Magazine readers are mostly college educated, middle to upper class with school-aged children. Average household income of our readers is approximately $123,453. They spend frequently on home improvement, dining and entertainment, and the latest fashion. They are family oriented and spend regularly on higher education. They are fitness minded and seek the best in health, beauty and fitness. They enjoy travel, diverse shopping and dining, and enjoy spending time with their families.


Forbes ranks Fort Bend County 1st in nation for Best Places To Get Ahead!  CNN/Money Magazine ranks Fort Bend County 6th in Nation for Job Growth! Located southwest of Houston, Fort Bend County is the fastest trowing county in Greater Houston and is home to a mecca of master planned communities, country clubs and exceptional school districts. It has an exceptionally educated and skilled local workforce and is ranked #1 in employment growth in the US (US Dept of Labor). The area enjoys low crime rates, and a variety of shopping and dining and entertainment, and a quality of life in an enriching and safe environment.

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The Fort Bend History Association is the official non-profit partner of the 9th Annual Sugar Land Home & Garden Show. The Fort Bend History Association owns and operates the Fort Bend Museum and Decker Heritage Park in historic downtown Richmond; it also manages the programs at the George Ranch Historical Park and DeWalt Heritage Center. For more information about the Association, call 281-342-1256 or visit