March 2024 — Teammates from Renewal by Andersen of Maine volunteered their time and energy to serve food and hope to locals facing challenging circumstances. Seeds of Hope, a local organization whose focus is to work with local communities and neighbors to find solutions to poverty and promote personal growth, helped organize this event. Volunteers gathered at the Biddeford Neighborhood Center to assist with the Friday morning breakfast. This wonderful event is of major importance to the local homeless population and to those who need a little extra support.

“Serving food is just the tip of the iceberg for Seeds of Hope, it was evident that every little bit of help mattered and helped them in their larger mission to help those in need create a path forward.” – Collin Burg, General Manager

Another shining example of Esler Cos teammates commitment to giving back to the communities where we live and work. Thank you to all who participated.  RbA of Southern Maine plans on doing much more work with the Seeds of Hope in the future. Be on the lookout for upcoming info about more volunteer opportunities!

“Each and every time we are able to partner with an organization in the community, I am reminded just how fortunate we are and how much good there is to do.” – Collin Burg, General Manager

About Esler Companies


The Esler Companies is the holding company for a fleet of the top Renewal by Andersen (RbA) “affiliates” in Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Southern Maine, Greater Nevada, Greater Philadelphia, Central Texas, Northern Texas, and Southern New England as well as Telefluent, its Inside Sales and marketing ‘engine’ in Northborough, Massachusetts.

Renewal by Andersen is the full-service window-replacement division of 115- year-old Andersen Corporation, the owner of the most trusted family of window brands in America. RbA was founded with a mission to redefine the industry and to offer a different—and better—window-replacement experience. Renewal by Andersen has seven company-owned locations, and over 100 independently owned “affiliates” across the United States.