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.(more…)
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.(more…)
Tips for Dressing Recessed Home Windows on Long Island
If you’re like many Long Island homeowners, one of your favorite things to do when updating your interior décor is choosing new window treatments. Like a fresh coat of paint, window treatments can dramatically transform a space. But, what about those tricky windows? Window styles like bay windows and bow windows, casement styles that mimic French doors and recessed windows.
Those of you who have been thinking about updating your home’s windows may be wondering which style window – and curtains or drapes – are best for your trickier areas. Since replacement windows are designed to precisely fit the opening left when existing windows are removed, you may still have some windows that present decorating challenges after replacing your old, inefficient windows.
Here are some tips for designing and dressing recessed windows from Renewal by Andersen of Long Island. (more…)
Installing replacement windows in your Long Island home is a practical solution for many woes, from energy inefficiency to inoperability, to plain old ugliness. Local brands, like Renewal by Andersen of Long Island, often tout improved energy efficiency as the most beneficial reason to make the investment, but home windows do much more than simply make your home less expensive to maintain.
Here are 10 things you may not know about replacement windows, and new home windows in general. (more…)