New Window Finishes: Factory or Paintable Natural Wood?

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Renewal by Andersen of Long Island is passionate about giving homeowners options. Designing modern, precision-crafted replacement windows is for Long Island homes a step-by-step process. You select the window style, the colors, the hardware and other accessories along the way to allow you to bring your vision for a more beautiful home to life and the final product reflects your lifestyle and personality. One choice Renewal by Andersen provides that not every other window manufacturer supplies is the choice to build your new windows with factory-finished interiors or raw natural wood so you can choose to add the perfect finish for your decorating scheme.

Are you wondering which type of replacement window interior is right for your home? Below you’ll find a little more information on both factory finishes and natural wood interiors that give you total control over your interior appearance, one window at a time. Continue reading New Window Finishes: Factory or Paintable Natural Wood?

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Replacement Windows for Long Islanders on a Tight Budget

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Naturally, everyone wants to find the best deal on replacement windows and patio doors when they’re ready to update their Long Island home. You may be wondering if there is a “best” replacement window solution for people with a limited budget to invest. We could tell you just to do some research to find the cheapest price, but that wouldn’t necessarily be the best solution when you are working within a really tight budget. Here are three reasons why our Long Island Renewal by Andersen advisers never recommend the cheapest – or most expensive – home improvement solutions, even when you have an unlimited budget. Continue reading Replacement Windows for Long Islanders on a Tight Budget

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Replacing Patio Doors on Long Island: It’s Easier Than You Might Think

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Is patio door replacement on your summer home improvement list? Patio doors are popular summer project with Long Island homeowners because they seamlessly connect your interior and exterior spaces, providing convenient access, while bringing in plenty of natural light. The right replacement patio door makes it easier to enjoy your yard, enhances your view from both sides of the glass, and allows you to improve indoor air quality. Here are a few tips from the Renewal by Andersen team to help you plan your patio door project. Continue reading Replacing Patio Doors on Long Island: It’s Easier Than You Might Think

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5 Window Replacement Tips for Rental Properties on Long Island, NY

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Renewal by Andersen of Long Island has installed replacement windows for more than 14,000 (and counting) homeowners in the area. We’ve seen many dramatic transformations over the decades as homeowners designed new windows that look beautiful and also save them time, money and frustration. While most of our customers on the Island come to us for help updating a personal residence, we offer both commercial and residential services. We help property owners update single-family and apartment homes, offices and even retail or light manufacturing facilities. Continue reading 5 Window Replacement Tips for Rental Properties on Long Island, NY

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