The mission of the Memorial Park Conservancy is to preserve, restore, and enhance Memorial Park for the enjoyment of all Houstonians, today and tomorrow.
Memorial Park Conservancy is a private, nonprofit organization that operates and maintains 1,100 of the Park’s 1,500 acres. The Conservancy’s mission is to restore, preserve and enhance Memorial Park for the enjoyment of all Houstonians, today and tomorrow.
Founded in 2000, Memorial Park Conservancy aspires to implement principles of exceptional park management and stewardship in a successful public-private partnership with the Houston Parks and Recreation Department (HPARD). In 2015, Memorial Park Conservancy took over the day-to-day operations and maintenance of 1,100 of the 1,500 acres of Memorial Park.
We know our customers 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.
Andersen 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.
Wesley Community Center, our non-profit partner for the HTown Home and Outdoor Living Show is dedicated to offering assistance to under-served and vulnerable neighborhoods in the Houston area with affordable education programs for young children, safe and engaging after school programs, senior social services, family support through case management, emergency relief, utility and rent assistance, food assistance, and financial stability programs. https://wesleyhousehouston.org/