It’s important to consider the landscaping outside your
windows when planning your replacement window project, and it’s never too soon
to start making plans.
Welcome back to the Renewal by Andersen of Long Island Replacement
Window Buying Journey series. Last
wee, we talked about designing your new windows and how to maximize comfort
and energy efficiency. This week, we’ll discuss your landscaping.
Continue reading The Replacement Window Buying Journey, Part III: Landscaping
Because every successful replacement
window journey starts with exceptional design, this Renewal by Andersen of Long
Island post discusses the keys to make that process a success. At least four
weeks before your anticipated installation date, you’ll meet with a Long Island
replacement window specialists in your home to discuss your needs and desires
in your new windows.
Continue reading The Replacement Window Buying Journey, Part II: Design
There’s only one house exactly like
your Long Island home. Other houses may have similar architectural
characteristics and features, but the truth is, after decades of helping area
homeowners update their homes with replacement windows and patio doors, Renewal
by Andersen of Long Island is more convinced than ever, no two homes are
exactly alike. We’re also convinced that customized home improvement products
are the best way to enhance energy the efficiency and beauty of your home.
Continue reading The Replacement Window Buying Journey, Part I: Getting Started
Valentine’s Day is just around the
corner. Like many of you, the Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement
window staff is already talking about what to get their significant other this
year. Flowers? Jewelry? Decadent confections? Why not give a gift that will
really be remembered – and enjoyed for decades to come: replacement windows for
your home, of course.
Continue reading The Valentine’s Gift You Can’t Forget: Replacement Windows
Let’s talk about home security and replacement windows for your Long Island home. First the good news. Studies suggest cloud-based security and alarm systems discourage would-be invaders from attempting home burglaries. Burglaries – and other major crimes – have fallen dramatically in our area in recent years. Long Island law enforcement agencies credit advanced technology and community outreach as two of the primary drivers for the 25% drop in serious crime events in Nassau County and a 22% drop in Suffolk County between 2012 and 2017.
Continue reading Security & Replacement Windows for Your Long Island Home