Fall on Long Island is a glorious season. Leaf peeping. Pumpkin pie cooling on the rack for an after Thanksgiving snack. Toasting marshmallows around an open-flame fire pit, listening to your favorite holiday tunes. If you’re like most people we talk to about Renewal by Andersen replacement windows and patio doors, you’re also thinking about how to make sure your home is warm and comfortable for family and guests as the temperature dips.
While not everyone is a whiz in the kitchen, or has a fire pit on the patio, everyone can make a few changes to their home to create warm and inviting indoor spaces.
Instantly Make Your Home More Comfortable With These Tips
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to give your home a fresh, new look is with modern, high-performance Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement windows. For those of you who are still on the fence about updating home windows, we have good news. In just a couple hours, you can transform your boring patio entrance into a welcoming invitation to your home.
#1 Update the Lighting
For those of you who use your back yard entrance year-round, you’ll want plenty of light around your patio door, especially with shorter daylight hours already upon us. Add sconces or large lamps flanking your sliding door, or above the entrance if you have a traditional single door entryway. Today you can find a style perfect for every architectural style, so you can add a bit of whimsy, a touch of elegance or something else that reflects your personal style and personality. Continue reading 5 Tips to Update Your Long Island Patio Door Entrance
Installing low-emissivity, generally called low-E, replacement windows in your Long Island home is a cost-effective approach that can improve energy-efficiency and comfort. Enhanced window performance saves money spent on heating and air conditioning costs month after month, every year you live in your home. Many Renewal by Andersen of Long Island customers come in looking for low-E windows, but some don’t really understand what the term means, or why it’s important to ask about how these factory applied coatings impact performance and optical properties.
Here’s a quick rundown that covers what you need to know before buying replacement windows and patio doors with Low-E glass for your home. Continue reading How Low-E Glass Affects Long Island Replacement Window Choices
Here are 7 great reasons to replace your home’s windows now, before winter’s wicked weather wreaks havoc with your home’s safety and high utility bills.
There are many reasons homeowners contact Renewal by Andersen of Long Island to learn more about replacement windows. Some are looking for beautiful, low-maintenance windows to replace aging, worn out windows that don’t look, operate or function the way they used to. Others are searching for options that are easier to clean, or an eco-friendly way to boost energy efficiency. Whatever brings you to this site this week, we hope this short list of benefits will encourage you to schedule an upgrade now before another hard winter (and the utility bills that come with it) settles in over the Island.
Why Update With Modern Replacement Windows During the Fall on Long Island?
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When the most important factor driving your decision to remodel your Long Island home is boosting energy efficiency, you’ll want to learn everything you can about Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement windows and patio doors.
The Renewal by Andersen brand has been a replacement window industry leader for more than two decades – and, our parent company, the Andersen Corporation, has been introducing innovative home improvement solutions for more than a century.
With the introduction of Fibrex – our, patented composite frame material – we distinguished ourselves from other brands by offering an eco-friendly, durable material that outlast many other construction materials like vinyl and wood while reducing greenhouse gases and landfill waste. Continue reading Explore Renewal by Andersen of Long Island Replacement Window Basics