2019 was another wonderful year for the Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement window team. Over the last 12 months, our friends and neighbors on the Island allowed us to help them modernize their homes with Energy Star replacement windows and certified patio doors. We enjoyed seeing repeat customers and meeting new people throughout the year. And, as we said a final good-bye to 2019, we offered a special Thank you to everyone who trusted us enough to let us become a home improvement partner.
Congratulations to our Long Island friends and neighbors planning a replacement window project to boost their property value this year. Great idea! Many real estate agents tell us that a move-in-ready home, one that doesn’t require a lot of major renovations after the closing tends to bring a higher price on the market and new windows can be a big part of that. As you prepare for your project, we hope you make changes that make your home more comfortable for you and your family as you wait for a buyer.
If you want to get the highest return on your investment (ROI), the Renewal by Andersen of Long Island team suggests you consider adding these three additional upgrades.
Many people decide to upgrade their Long Island home with modern replacement windows because the enhanced energy-efficiency can save them money every month on their heating and cooling bills. Some people make the decision to change their windows to improve their home’s curb appeal or boost its resale value. But, did you know that installing Renewal by Andersen of Long Island’s Energy Star certified replacement windows are actually good for your health?
It’s true, retiring aging home windows can help your family enjoy a healthier lifestyle and improve your home’s attractiveness and energy efficiency.
The secret to living a healthier lifestyle may start with discovering the myriad ways that illuminating your indoor spaces properly supports health and vitality.
Our Renewal by Andersen of Long Island team hears lots of questions about the diverse advantages of each window style or type. Which replacement window has the highest energy efficiency rating? Which style is the best for capturing a pleasant breeze? Which type lasts longest? Recently, a customer asked which replacement window style he should buy if he wanted to make sure he NEVER had to see condensation on the panes again when he pulled back the drapes.
Based on that conversation, we decided this would be a great time to talk about what condensation is and ways you can control it.
In 2017, the United States reached a milestone. Although there wasn’t a great deal of fanfare and media attention at the time, our nation reached a remarkable benchmark on the quest to a higher level of environmental stewardship and energy conservation. The achievement? Close to 60% of US homes were furnished with insulated windows as single-pane versions were removed and replacement windows installed or new construction followed stricter energy efficiency regulations. The Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement window team is proud to have been part of this shift toward better sustainability practices, and we continue to help our friends and neighbors update their homes, condos, office buildings and other structures with modern energy efficient windows every day.
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading an older home, here are a few reasons we think casement replacement windows deserve your consideration.