At Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement windows and patio doors, we believe homeowners who make well-informed decisions are more likely to be satisfied with their purchases. As part of our commitment to ensure you have all the information you need replacement windows and doors, we’re offering a six-week guide to industry standards. This week we’ll cover industry performance ratings.
5 Renewal by Andersen Replacement Window Ratings
Knowing which replacement windows and patio doors you should buy for your Long Island home depends on understanding several key energy-efficiency ratings. Window dealers may brag about their Energy Star ratings, but unless you really know what those numbers mean, there isn’t any way of being sure you are getting the most return on your investment. Continue reading Understanding Window Energy-Efficiency Measurements on Long Island
Your One-Stop Resource For Renewal by Andersen of Long Island Replacement Windows & Patio Doors Information
If this is your first time visiting our Renewal by Andersen of Long Island website, or if you want to revisit some of the topics discussed in our recent 12-part window and door education series, we’ve got good news. This resource page has links to each article and a few additional pages to make your replacement window and patio door research easier.
Before we re-cap the series, here are two quick-links to help you get a better idea of what each type of window will look like and how they will perform in your unique home environment.
The 3-D applicationgives a better idea about how a particular style will look in your home. Simply download the app, upload photos of your house, make design choices, and you’ll get a more personalized, 3D rendering of your home, with upgrades.
Learn More About Replacement Window Styles
Choosing the right style for every room in your home helps you maximize energy-efficiency and comfort. Here are replacement window and patio door styles we offer.
We didn’t write a dedicated blog post in our 12-part window and door education series about specialty windows – like geometric shaped fixed windows. Inoperable specialty windows are the perfect solution for transoms and windows installed high on the wall in rooms with vaulted ceilings. You may want to learn more about these unique home improvement solutions, too.
Learn More About Accessories & Hardware
Operable windows aren’t complete without handles and latches, but some people forget they do more than just allow homeowners to open and close their windows. Other accessories and design components are like the icing on the cake, your modern replacement windows will perform perfectly and enhance energy-efficiency without them, but sometimes you want something special.
Window Grilles, while optional add visual texture and enhance the overall appearance of your home, especially if you live in an older home that once had original windows constructed with many smaller panes.
Insect Screens aren’t really optional in our area if you want to open your windows, unless you don’t mind sharing your indoor space with those dreaded no-see-ums.
You may have noticed we didn’t talk about glass options – and, we all know that a replacement window unit without glass is just a hole in your wall – right? Choosing the correct glass is critical for maximizing energy-efficiency. So, learn more about both crystal clear glass solutions and obscured glass that improves privacy before you start designing new home windows.
Learn More About Renewal by Andersen of Long Island Replacement Windows & Patio Doors Today
The series summary puts you in the driver’s seat with links to more information about each replacement window and patio door component. What’s next? Read our online reviews, then dial 1-877-313-9052 to schedule a private, in-home consultation to take the first step to upgrading to high-performance home windows.
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Learn More About Renewal by Andersen of Long Island Replacement Window & Patio Door Safety Features
In this final installment of our 12-week series on Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement window and patio door elements we discuss something on every homeowner’s mind – the safety and security of your family. We’ve covered style differences, accessories and easy-care features that make life more comfortable and enjoyable for homeowners who choose to upgrade with modern, energy-efficient replacement windows and patio doors. Now let’s talk about safety and security. Continue reading Long Island Replacement Window & Patio Door Safety Features
Every Renewal by Andersen of Long Island operable window comes with a standard insect screen that enables you to open up your windows to let in fresh air while keeping out annoying insects. Renewal by Andersen of Long Island’s optional TruScene insect screens are the choice for homeowners who want a beautiful decorative solution that increases visibility and complements other high-performance features in your new replacement windows. Here’s why discerning shoppers choose the upgrade. Continue reading All Long Island Window Insect Screens are Not Created Equal
Long Island homeowners who choose to upgrade their homes with modern double-hung replacement windows consider many details, including window frame parts material and thickness, glass types, and specialty hardware. Have you thought about check rail solutions for your double hung windows? Do you even know what a check rail is or that you have options in this area? Many people outside the building industry aren’t familiar with this window feature, so this article will help explain this important functional design element. Continue reading Double Hung Window Frame Check Rail Options on Long Island