Deciding whether to purchase replacement windows and patio doors with factory finished color or wood grain interior elements you can stain or paint, is a key part of the design phase of your new windows. Some Long Island homeowners already have a vision of what they want their new windows to look like when they come to us; others need a little more guidance. This Renewal by Andersen of Long Island article explains the roles window color and texture can play in your overall decorating scheme. Continue reading Do Window Frame Colors & Finishes Impact Your Overall Design?
We’ve all seen those DIY home renovation shows that transform a rundown money-pit into a jaw-dropping dream home, in less than a half hour, even with two or three major unplanned disasters. Our Renewal by Andersen of Long Island neighbors are smart enough to know that a lot of editing goes into making these shows look like successes. If you’re planning a major home renovation, you might be interested in knowing when to install replacement windows and patio doors to avoid having to do your own home reno editing.
Here’s a brief outline to help you on track while scheduling your projects. Continue reading 8 Tips to Ensure a Successful Major Renovation
Deciding which replacements windows you should buy for your Long Island home takes research and careful planning. Like other large-scale home improvement projects, this is an investment in your future. This post from Renewal by Andersen of Long Island will give you a brief guide of things to look for while comparing brands.
# 1. Which Style/s Best for Your Home
One of the first decisions you’ll need to make is whether you want inserts, or full-replacement windows.
Inserts, also called sash replacements, allow you to keep existing interior and exterior trim, you just replace the sash. Some custom sizes are available, and there are several national brands to choose from. This is a good option when you want to replace single pane windows, and your frames and trim are in excellent shape. Continue reading A Homeowner’s Guide for Selecting Replacement Windows
Approximately 70% to 80% of Americans prefer to buy products made in the USA, but many aren’t willing to pay an exorbitant price just to make sure they purchase only home-grown consumer goods. Renewal by Andersen of Long Island proudly offers a full line of affordable, custom-crafted replacement windows and patio doors made in the United S#1. tates. And, we work hard to help homeowners on a tight budget plan their home renovation, so they get the quality they expect from our brand, on financial terms they can live with.
Our Long Island neighbors who look for “Made In The USA” labels, may be interested to know how our brand measures up to their personal standards compared to buying products fully, or partially, constructed in another country.
Below are three Renewal by Andersen standards that most Buy American consumers look for when comparing home improvement products. Continue reading 3 Standards for Made In the USA Replacement Windows
People who come to Renewal by Andersen of Long Island looking for replacement windows have different reasons for updating their home. As far as aesthetics go, many homeowners either want to make an older home look more modern (newer) or give a new home the touch of charm and character seen in older homes. Continue reading Replacement Windows That Don’t Look Out of Place in Your Long Island Home