When researching replacement windows for your Long Island home, you may have come across articles that suggest you try to find off-the-shelf windows to avoid paying premium prices for custom windows. While it is true that going to the home improvement store to purchase replacement windows for one or two windows may be a less expensive option for homeowners, replacing all the windows in your home with off-the-shelf standard windows is definitely not the best solution for everyone, or every situation.
Long Island summer home improvement projects encompass everything from reseeding the lawn to adding a sun room and expanding the patio. If you’re planning to spend the next few months whipping your home into shape – redefining your curb appeal, organizing your important stuff and getting rid of clutter to make your home more attractive, efficient and comfortable – don’t overlook your home’s windows. This week, our Renewal by Andersen of Long Island team put together some replacement window essentials to make your 2017 home improvement projects complete. Continue reading Replacement Window Essentials for Summer Home Projects on Long Island
Routine Care & Cleaning Routines to Keep Your Replacement Windows & Patio Doors Beautiful
Renewal by Andersen of Long Island customers come to us with high expectations that our replacement windows will boost the energy-efficiency and enhance the comfort in their homes. We strive to make sure every detail — from the glass choices to the exclusive hardware finishes — reflects our commitment to excellence, starting with the design and manufacturing techniques used in the factory. We ensure every window unit is precision built to make sure your windows stay beautiful and offer superior performance throughout the years you live in your home.
Are you wondering which Long Island replacement windows you should buy if you want to take advantage of safety features in modern, high-quality replacement windows? If you have been doing some online research for brands, you may still have questions. So, here are a few suggestions from Renewal by Andersen of Long Island about ways your new windows can boost safety and security in your home.
Can a Replacement Window Really Improve Safety In Our Home?
Although every replacement window should seal tightly and lock securely, there are some styles that are safer than others in different settings. For example, double-hung windows have two movable sash. This means you can lower the upper sash a few inches to increase ventilation in a nursery or toddler’s bedroom without worrying about your child climbing out the window. Continue reading Which Long Island Replacement Windows are Safest?
Replacing the windows in your Long Island home may seem like an overwhelming challenge, but the positive improvement can make a dramatic difference in the way your home looks and your daily comfort can make it worth it. Our Renewal by Andersen of Long Island customers have personal reasons for deciding it’s time to update existing windows, but we have seen some common goals, like bringing in more natural light, improving indoor comfort, curbing heating and air conditioning costs and even saving time on cleaning and maintenance.
Like other home products, as legacy windows age, they often need substantial repair and eventual replacement. But deciding when to replace windows isn’t as easy as spotting a roof leak or knowing your refrigerator is bad because it no longer keeps the milk cold.