The local Renewal by Andersen replacement window and patio door distributors for New York, New Jersey and Long Island publishes Free eBook, “The Four Pillars of Replacement Window Satisfaction” to help homeowners throughout the Long Island, New York and New Jersey Metropolitan area and suburbs select the best replacement windows for their homes.
New York, New Jersey, Long Island (PRWEB) May 13, 2015
Renewal by Andersen of Long Island and Renewal by Andersen of Central New Jersey and New York Metro, the replacement window and patio door companies serving the Long Island, New York and New Jersey Metropolitan area and suburbs, have published a Free Guide to assist area homeowners select the best replacement windows for their homes.
“The Four Pillars of Replacement Window Satisfaction”, a 28-page eBook is available for free download from each of the the companies’ websites:
The book provides consumers with free information about the features and benefits of all the different types of replacement windows available to them in the Long Island, New York and New Jersey markets.
The book is intended to provide New York and New Jersey homeowners with a solid foundation of information before they go window shopping to help them ask the right questions and make more educated decisions for their home and family.
“Most people we meet are unaware of how the different parts and pieces of today’s replacement window can affect their overall satisfaction with their windows,” Joe Ronzino, Renewal by Andersen of Long Island president said. “We realize it can be an overwhelming amount of information to take in at a single in-home consultation, so we created this book to help them get a good foundation before they even start shopping.”
The 28-page book breaks replacement window information down into four parts, or “Pillars”:
1. Window Frames
2. Window Glass
3. Window Installation
4. Window Design
The Window Frames Pillar discusses the pros and cons of the four most popular window frame materials: Wood, Metal, Vinyl and Composite.
The Window Glass Pillar provides a brief history of glass, from artifacts suggesting the first man-made glass objects were made around 3500 BCE through discussing the pros and cons of different window solutions, including single pane glass, storm windows, insulated glass and low-e high performance glass.
The Installation Pillar discusses the importance of proper installation to ensure that the windows perform as expected over time and includes such important topics as accurate measurement, what should happen on the job site to prepare for the installation, the installation itself, and the final piece, cleanup.
The Design Pillar covers a variety of aesthetic considerations, including the different window styles (double hung, sliding, casement, bay bow, awning, picture, etc.); hardware function, color and finish choices; different types of window grilles and insect screens; and finally, care and maintenance features of today’s replacement windows.
“People’s homes are their castles, and the windows in those homes play a large part in their comfort and the ongoing maintenance costs of their home,” Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey president Larry Landes said. “There’s a lot that goes into each window and each piece affects the other and how that window will perform over time. We produced this Guide to give homeowners in New York and New Jersey the opportunity to learn about windows from the comfort of their home before they ever go shopping for a window. It should be the foundation of their replacement window research.”
- New Jersey and New York Metro homeowners can download the Replacement Window Guide from http://renewal-by-andersen-new-jersey.com/download-our-free-new-jersey-replacement-windows-ebook
- Long Island homeowners can download the Replacement Window Guide from http://renewal-by-andersen-long-island.com/download-our-free-long-island-replacement-windows-ebook
About Renewal by Andersen of Long Island
Renewal by Andersen of Long Island is the premier source for Andersen Replacement windows throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens and Brooklyn. A lifelong Long Islander, Renewal by Andersen of Long Island President Joe Ronzino has vast experience in the replacement window and home remodeling industries. Formerly the owner of Insul-lite Windows Manufacturing, Inc. and its subsidiaries, a wholesale replacement window manufacturing company in Garden City, NY, Ronzino has also been the general manager of the premier glass room manufacturer’s retail location in Holbrook, NY. This experience, on both the wholesale and retail levels, combined with his advanced training from Renewal by Andersen and his lifetime residence on Long Island, ensures Joe knows better than most what makes a great replacement window for Long Island homes and commercial buildings.
About Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey & New York Metro
Renewal by Andersen of Central and Northern New Jersey is the premier supplier of Andersen Replacement windows throughout the New York and New Jersey metropolitan areas. When you work with Renewal by Andersen of Northern and Central New Jersey, you have the peace of mind of dealing with the strength and security of the Andersen name, along with the service and skill of working with your New Jersey neighbors, who have been serving people like you for over a decade! Larry Landes, president of Renewal by Andersen of Central and Northern New Jersey has been serving the New York and New Jersey area with superior remodeling products for decades. Prior to his tenure at Renewal by Andersen, Larry was the president of the Garden State Brickface, Windows and Siding corporation, one of the largest and most successful commercial and residential remodeling organizations in the United States.
About Renewal by Andersen
Renewal by Andersen is the exclusive start-to-finish window replacement subsidiary of Andersen Corporation—the most recognized window brand in the U.S. Since opening its first store in 1995, Renewal by Andersen has rapidly grown to more than 100 markets in the U.S., becoming one of the largest window replacement companies in the country, with over 2 million windows installed in over 300,000 homes.