How to Save Money with Replacement Windows on Long Island

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In this week’s Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement window article, we’ll tell you how to save money when you order your new windows, and money every month going forward.

According to Energy.gov, the typical American family spends at least $2,200 annually on home energy bills – that’s the portion of your electricity, gas, fuel, etc. used to run your household. Almost half – roughly $1,049.40 – is spent on heating and cooling the home! On Long Island, consumers are looking for ways to lower those monthly expenses – especially since people living in New York pay the next to the highest home heating oil price compared to all US states (second only to the District of Columbia).

The good news is that you can get the high-quality windows you want and need to control home energy costs associated with heating and cooling your home. Continue reading How to Save Money with Replacement Windows on Long Island

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January is a Perfect Time for New Windows & Doors on Long Island

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January 2018 is less than a week away and that means it’s time for Long Islanders like you to consider making a fresh start to the new year.

January might seem like a strange time to start a home renovation project, but that isn’t necessarily the case. Cold weather doesn’t have to put a damper on your plans to create a warm, inviting home for family and guests. In fact, January might be the perfect time to update your home with replacement windows and patio doors. For one thing, many people put off major projects until the weather warms up, which means the factory may be able to deliver your custom windows faster than at other high peak times. Another factor that impacts seasonal demand is that January follows “the season of heavy spending,” so some homeowners just don’t have the funds available for a substantial investment until they get their tax refund. Lower demand could mean installation crews have a lighter schedule. It January a good time for you to plan your replacement window project? Find out with these tips from Renewal by Andersen of Long Island. Continue reading January is a Perfect Time for New Windows & Doors on Long Island

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6 Factors Influence How Much Replacement Windows Can Save

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Some replacement dealers develop a sales pitch designed to convince Long Island homeowners to buy their brand based on specific window styles and add-on features – like specialty glasscustom grille patterns and exclusive hardware options. While it is important for buyers to gather this type of information, saving money depends on other factors, too. At Renewal by Andersen of Long Island, our policy is to give consumers all the information they need to make an informed decision. This post will discuss six factors that directly influence how much money modern replacement windows may save you over the long term. Continue reading 6 Factors Influence How Much Replacement Windows Can Save

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Can You Install Windows in Winter on Long Island?

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Start a replacement window project in the winter? On Long Island? Sure. Warm, dry weather may seem like the perfect time to replace home windows, but winter has some advantages you may not have considered.

Old Man Winter has already reared his cold head, making his presence known throughout Long Island. As the temperatures plummet and the first snowflakes swirl around those aging windows with cold air pouring into your home, you are going to want to take another look at replacement windows and patio doors. Anytime, the outer shell of your home has gaps or holes, cold air can find its way inside, making your indoor climate uncomfortable at best, and sometimes downright intolerable. Continue reading Can You Install Windows in Winter on Long Island?

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5 Ways to Make Your Long Island Home More Comfortable, Starting with Replacement Windows & Patio Doors

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Tired of having to dress warm just to watch an exciting football game on the tube in your own Long Island den? Wish you could do something about the drafty corners and find a solution to the heavy condensation build up on your windows? We feel your pain. No one likes to start the day by mopping up puddles of water below the windows every morning, or having to put on the long johns to feel comfortable in their own home. We’ve helped hundreds of homeowners renovate Suffolk County, Nassau County, Queens and Brooklyn homes over the past 30 years. And, we are ready to help you transform your spaces into a warm, welcoming environment for your family and guest. Modernizing your home doesn’t have to be difficult when you partner with the Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement window team. Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Your Long Island Home More Comfortable, Starting with Replacement Windows & Patio Doors

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