People planning to install replacement windows in a two-story house on Long Island often wonder if one style is better than another style. This Renewal by Andersen of Long post will answer some of the most common questions we hear about updating a multi-story home.(more…)
Many Long Island homeowners ask the Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement window team what the most popular window style is in our area. The simple answer is that we let our customers decide what works best for them — because while replacement windows should complement your home’s architecture, you also want windows that fit your lifestyle and your personal preferences.
Having said that, double-hung replacement windows and casement replacement windows are both very popular with our Long Island friends and neighbors.
Many people on Long Island and the surrounding Burroughs, actively look for businesses that support the local economy. Whether you’re shopping small boutiques, mid-sized companies or regional specialty shops, supporting local business is great for the local economy — and it goes both ways.
Here are three ways you can tell if a replacement window brand supports the local economy.(more…)
Many Long Island homeowners want their windows and doors to create a seamless integration between indoor and outdoor living spaces. Done properly, during spring, summer and early fall, activities flow easily from inside to outside, and your garden, patio or side yard becomes an additional living space for entertaining and daily routines. For people who plan to update their property with replacement windows and patio doors, style and accessory choices ensure your integration is both functional and attractive.
These tips will help you discover how to successfully integrate the two areas:(more…)
It is probably safe to say that most of our Renewal by Andersen of Long Island friends and neighbors don’t enjoy filing state and federal tax forms every year. But, for the people who expect a large refund, it is worth the effort. GOBankingRates.com calculates the average refund this year will be around $3,000. So, how will you spend your refund check? Will you use it for a big purchase such as replacement windows or patio doors?
Here is what other people did with their tax refunds last year, according to GOBankingRate surveys.(more…)