Thinking about updating your New Jersey or New York metropolitan home with energy-efficient, Energy Star certified replacement patio doors? Have you checked out the Renewal by Andersen visualizer tool that allows you to design patio doors for your home, and view a digital rendering on your computer or mobile device?
Designing the perfect replacement sliding patio door for your New Jersey or New York metro home doesn’t have to be complicated or stressful. Renewal by Andersen has simplified the process from start to finish with our signature service.
Here’s what you need to know to about the difference between custom-designed and built replacement patio doors and the individual elements and accessories.
Not long ago, homeowners in New Jersey and New York metro neighborhoods had very few color options when designing replacement windows – mainly, it was just white vinyl, aluminum or wood. In the early days, many home window dealers selling non-wood options only offered lighter colors – tan, white, beige. Today Renewal by Andersen customers have more than four dozen color combinations, making it easier than ever to find interior and exterior colors that complement other elements in your home or personal decorating scheme.(more…)
Contemporary and modern homes look more attractive with the proper replacement window and patio door solutions. Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro offers a full line of sleek replacement window styles that complement contemporary architecture perfectly.
In this fourth blog installment of our Choosing Replacement Windows & Patio Doors to Complement Your Home’s Architecture series we’ll discuss best-fit window styles and accessories for modern and contemporary homes.(more…)
Last week in our introduction to this Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey & New York Metro five-part series Choosing Replacement Windows & Patio Doors to Complement Your Home’s Architecture we promised to give you some helpful information about diverse replacement window styles and accessories that either complement your home’s architect, and how to design new windows and doors for performance and beauty.
So, as promised, let’s look at the Colonial, Ranch and other tradition home styles and how to avoid some common design mistakes.(more…)