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Dress Your New Replacement Windows for Upcoming Spring

Dress Your New Replacement Windows for Upcoming Spring

Spring is Coming! Dress Your New Replacement Window for the Occasion

Spring is on the way, and many of our Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro customers are longing for warmer days — and opening the house up to let the stale winter air escape. Some of you who installed replacement windows last fall may be thinking about refreshing your indoor decorating scheme as winter turns into spring.

Let’s face it, redecorating your home can cost a small fortune if you repaint, update the furnishings and bring in new window treatments three or four times a year. Good news! There are affordable replacement window treatment solutions that will help you dress your windows without busting the budget.

Here are a few wallet-friendly suggestions.

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What to Expect From Your Replacement Window Project

What to Expect From Your Replacement Window Project

So, you’ve done your research and narrowed down your replacement window brand choices to two or three local dealers. Before you make a final decision, we hope you’ll give Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro an opportunity to earn your trust.

We’ve spent more than three decades in the region building a reputation as the go-to brand if you want an experience that is transparent, stress-free and effortless for our customers from the first point of contact to the moment our team drives away after the installation is complete.

So, what does an effortless replacement windows project look like? Here is a brief summary.

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Get the 4-1-1 on Optional Replacement Window Elements

Get the 4-1-1 on Optional Replacement Window Elements

Whether you are planning a major renovation for your home or you are thinking of installing replacement windows to improve indoor comfort and energy efficiency, you may wonder what optional features would be best for your new windows. Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro customers don’t always chose to add decorative features such as window grilles and patterned glass, but it helps to know what is available as you’re designing your custom-crafted windows.

Let’s start with window grille patterns and placement.

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Don’t Be SAD, Be Glad With A Home Window Upgrade

Don’t Be SAD, Be Glad With A Home Window Upgrade

Winter is a favorite season for some of our Renewal by Andersen friends and neighbors living in New Jersey and metropolitan New York. Christmas and New Year gatherings, hitting the ski slopes and many other wonderful memories are created as the temperature drops. For others, cloudy, overcast skies and the dipping mercury signal the onset of a type of depression know as Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.

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Understanding the Window-Landscaping Relationship

Understanding the Window-Landscaping Relationship

Updating your home with Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey & New York Metro replacement windows and patio doors allows homeowners to express their personal style and personality. You also have an opportunity to create an amazing new curb appearance and accentuate the character and special architectural features of your home.

Have you thought about the relationship between your windows and your landscaping plan? Of course, winter isn’t the usual time to think about your landscaping, spring and summer will be here eventually, so it’s important to think about it when planning your new window project.

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Replacement Windows for Colonial-Influenced Homes

Replacement Windows for Colonial-Influenced Homes

Let’s learn how to choose replacement window features and elements that complement a Colonial home’s original design.

We at Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro chose this topic because you don’t have to go very far from home in any direction to find a delightful mix of architectural styles with strong colonial-influence. Especially in some of our older communities, you are likely to find many houses inspired by the homes that early Americans left in the Old World as they migrated to the New World across the ocean from the Netherlands, Germany and other European countries.

Fortunately, the original building materials have been replaced by energy-efficient solutions and over time some modifications were adopted to improve functionality, but the charm and beauty of old-world design are still popular.

So, let’s talk about Colonial home characteristics and how your replacement windows fit in.

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