Is your patio showing its age? Does it stick and make it difficult to get in and out from your yard? Are you looking for new ways to brighten your house or give your backyard patio a face lift? New patio doors may be the solution. Below we’ve listed three clear signs it’s time for new patio doors in your home.
Long Islanders love spring, but many of us are looking forward to summer, and all the outdoor adventures ahead. As moderate weather slowly transitions into warmer summer temperatures, this is the perfect time to think about redecorating interior and exterior spaces.
For those of you who are fortunate to have Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement windows and patio doors in your home, this article will serve as a list of suggestions to help you stay safe while updating your décor.
Here’s our watch-list to enhance your home’s curb appeal, and protect yourself with safe practices, too!
When planning to renovate your Long Island home, you have a lot to consider. A major project may include replacing a roof system, updating the flooring and installing replacement windows and patio doors. For most of us, we have to consider how to finance a project of this kind. You should consider this Renewal by Andersen of Long Island post with smart buying tips you can use when buying replacement windows to help you save money to help you get the most you’re your money and keep your financing costs down.
If you installed Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement windows or patio doors in your home recently, you’ve likely been enjoying the cold weather benefits of these new products. Soon, however, you’ll be treated to learning the warmer weather benefits as well. You may however be wondering if there is anything you should be doing to prepare for the change of seasons and coming (hopefully) warmer weather soon.
These tips from our Renewal by Andersen of Long Island team will help you prepare your windows and doors for spring and the moderate weather coming our way soon.
Most people we talk to on Long Island do not know that replacement windows, even within the same brand, are not always created equal. Some styles perform better in bathrooms or installed high on the wall. Some glass types perform better in different settings than others. So, when you’re comparing brands, styles and accessories, it’s best to ask questions before you design your new home windows. To get your research started, here are four problems Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement windows and patio doors solve for Long Island homeowners.
While doing online research about replacement windows and patio doors on the market on Long Island, you have probably seen reference to ENERGY STAR® recommendations or certification. You may already know that this labeling means certain windows should be good for your energy bills, but many people may not know how the United States Environmental Protection Agency decides if a home improvement product or appliance deserves their approval.
Renewal by Andersen is once again proud to be an Energy Star Partner of the Year for Sustained Excellence in 2019. Andersen has been an ENERGY STAR® partner since the Windows program began in 1998 and was the first window manufacturer awarded the ENERGY STAR National Window Partner of the Year in 1999. The Sustained Excellence Award is the highest honor given by ENERGY STAR for continued leadership in protecting the environment through superior energy efficiency achievements.
Here are three things you may not know about ENERGY STAR® certification.