When your home’s windows are working properly, they don’t get much attention. They bring in natural light, keep outside elements outside and work day and night to keep your home comfortable and secure. When they start to age, it can be a daily chore to open and close them, keep the indoor temperature stable and don’t get us started on the way they drive up your energy bills. In the worst case scenario, when they start to rattle and leak, you may be wondering if the whole house is getting ready to collapse around you, prompting you to consider moving to get away from the problems.
Renewal by Andersen of Long Island has spent decades building a stellar reputation in the replacement window and patio door arenas, and our Long Island team continues to work every day to earn the trust and respect of our customers (who happen to be our friends and neighbors, too!)
We realize that investing in replacement windows and patio doors is a big step for most homeowners, so we’ve simplified the process from start to finish. You can go from information gathering to relaxing with your new view in just four easy steps. We’ve also included some customer reviews to let you know what others think about our brand and our service.
Getting ready to update your Long Island home with high-performance, energy-efficient replacement windows? If you haven’t purchased home windows recently, you may need some additional information about low-E glass and the role it plays in running an energy efficient home. Renewal by Andersen of Long Island customers have several low-E glass options from which to choose to ensure each window design is appropriate for the room where the window will reside.
French-style hinged replacement patio doors are a beautiful complement to many Long Island homes – especially those homes with symmetrical elements, such as the Colonial, Cape and Ranch. Both Renewal by Andersen of Long Island French-style sliding patio doors and the traditional hinged version offer a Renaissance-influenced feature known for balance that brings in more natural light, uniformity and proportion than solid single swing entrance doors.
While some people call all double doors French doors there are some unique characteristics that differentiate a true French door from a solid single swing door. Here’s a bit of history to explain.
Replacing aging, dilapidated home windows is often a valuable investment for Long Island homeowners. Energy Star certified replacement windows can significantly reduce heat loss (or heat gain) through a window, resulting in substantial savings on heating and cooling bills. Replacing windows and patio doors with new Renewal by Andersen of Long Island products can also help boost its market value before a home sale.