Are you considering textured or patterned glass replacement windows for your Long Island home? This week’s industry standards blog post will answer five of the most common questions Long Island homeowners have about “art glass.”
5 Common Questions About Replacement Window Patterned Glass
#1. Are patterned glass options less energy-efficient than traditional clear replacement window panes?
No. Patterned glass solutions are built with Low-E glass designed to boost home energy-efficiency. Our manufacturing team ensures that all replacement window units meet the rigorous performance ratings our customers expect. Continue reading Patterned Glass Windows Make Your Long Island Home Sparkle
When your Long Island home’s windows no longer meet performance standards, you may want to upgrade to replacement windows. Choosing the right replacement window style to enhance the curb appeal of your home is important, but you also want to make sure your choices deliver the highest return on investment in other areas, too. Modern, high-quality windows look beautiful and limit noise transfer, complement unique home architecture features and reduce heating and cooling expenses. So, how do you decide which style or styles are best for your Long Island home? Read on. In this installment of the Renewal by Andersen industry standards series we cover a few style similarities and differences to ensure you choose the ideal window style for every room in your home.
Here is a brief description of each style in our portfolio. Continue reading Choose a Replacement Window Style for Highest Performance
Although there are many styles of replacement windows to choose from, all windows are either operable or fixed (often known as “picture” windows). A combination of the two styles will ensure your Long Island home is functional, beautiful and energy-efficient. Here is a bit more information from the Renewal by Andersen of Long Island specialists to help you achieve the perfect balance between windows that open and their stationary companions. Continue reading Benefits of Fixed Versus Operable Windows for Long Island Homes
Last week our new 6-part Renewal by Andersen of Long Island replacement window Industry Standards education series began with a discussion of energy efficiency standards for the whole window unit. This week, we will begin to delve into the individual parts, because knowing which individual components perform better on their own, will help you make better choices when selecting the windows and patio doors for your home. This week, let’s look more closely at how window frame materials impact energy-efficiency.
While there are many different types of window frame materials available on the market today, and some new ones are gaining popularity, we’ll discuss the most common types of frames available in our market. Continue reading Which Replacement Window Frame is Best for Long Island
The Homeowner’s Guide to Window Industry Standards: Part 1
Understanding Window Energy-Efficiency Measurements
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