Which Window Types Are Right for Your Home?

Which Window Types Are Right for Your Home?

When you’re installing new windows in your home, it’s important to match the window style to your home’s architectural style. Windows come in all different shapes and sizes, and not all of them will look right in the house where you live.

Below, we’ve listed some of the most common architectural styles found on Long Island and the surrounding area, and we’ve suggested window types for each architectural style. It’s our hope that our suggestions will make it easier to choose the right windows for your home.

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Transform Your Home Office with New Windows

Transform Your Home Office with New Windows

If you’re one of the many people who recently started working from home on a regular basis, then you understand how important it is to work in a room that is energy efficient, comfortable, and attractive. Old windows can stand in the way of your comfort and happiness throughout the workday. Knowing that it’s time to replace your old windows and finding the right windows for your home office can make your work-life experience that much better.

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The Many Benefits Sliding Windows for Long Island Homes

The Many Benefits Sliding Windows for Long Island Homes

Sliding windows, also known as gliding windows, are a familiar type of window found in many Long Island homes. They look like mini patio doors and operate as simply. Their contemporary design and easy functionality make them a popular choice for homes all over the United States. Are sliding windows the right type of window for you? Find out in this window style spotlight, where we’ll go over the many benefits of sliding windows, discuss some of the disadvantages and help you decide whether these windows might be right for your home. Here’s what you need to know.

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4 Replacement Window Considerations for Historic Homes

4 Replacement Window Considerations for Historic Homes

Making home improvements in historic homes can be challenging for a variety of reasons. One of the reasons is that historic homes have beautiful craftsmanship that must be preserved in order to maintain the value and integrity of the home. Older homes can also be more fragile, requiring help from a well-trained contractor during the improvement phase. As a homeowner, there are many things you should consider when making home improvements like new window installation. It’s important to find windows that match your home, and a contractor who is up to the task. Here’s what to look for.

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New Year Resolutions to Get the Most of Your Windows

New Year Resolutions to Get the Most of Your Windows

2021 is around the corner. While most of us will be glad to see the end of 2020, it’s time to start thinking about your New Year resolutions. If you haven’t made New Year resolutions yet, perhaps it’s time to start thinking about improvements you can make to your home in the coming year. These window-related resolutions can help keep your home looking beautiful and even improve your home’s value if you’re planning to sell sometime in the next couple years.

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4 Things to Know About Renewal by Andersen Windows

4 Things to Know About Renewal by Andersen Windows

When it comes to window replacement, no company or product performs like Renewal by Andersen of Long Island. As the recipient of the Eureka! innovation award in 2017, JD Power and Associates award for Highest Customer Satisfaction in 2020, and the ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award for several years running, Renewal by Andersen is proud to be one of the leading window manufacturers in the United States. Are you replacing your windows sometime in the coming year? Here’s what you need to know about Renewal by Andersen’s products and our company.

#1. Enhance Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Windows that leak air and moisture put extra strain on your heating and air conditioning systems, driving monthly bills higher. Improving energy efficiency starts with windows and doors that seal out the wind and moisture. The sooner you replace aging windows, the faster you will start seeing lower heating and air conditioning bills hit the mailbox (or your email inbox) every month.

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