5 Things New Jersey & New York Homeowners Should Do Before Winter

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We’re nearing the middle of the fall season in New Jersey and metropolitan New York. Before you know it, the crisp air will give way to cold mornings and the threat of snow and ice. If you haven’t done it already, it’s time to get your maintenance checklist out and inspect your home’s readiness for the seasonal change. Below you’ll find five things our Renewal by Andersen replacement window team recommends to get your ready for what’s coming soon.

5 Things Area Homeowners Should Do Before the Fall Temperatures Drop Dramatically

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Cheap Replacement Windows Aren’t the Least Expensive in NJ & NY

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Most consumers in New Jersey and New York appreciate a great deal when it comes to buying anything. But when making a large investment – like buying a car, buying a home or doing a major home renovation project, like updating with replacement windows, we’re really laser focused on getting the best deal.

You might be tempted to call around for the best price for your replacement windows, but because there are so many options, and Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro windows are custom made to fit your opening exactly to provide you the best performance and durability, there’s no way to provide an accurate quote over the phone. We can’t even “ballpark it” because any quote would be misleading and that’s not fair to you, or us.

At Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro, we understand your frustration, but we strongly advise you not to settle for the cheapest option. Here’s why. Continue reading Cheap Replacement Windows Aren’t the Least Expensive in NJ & NY

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How to Block Natural Light Through Windows in NY & NJ

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New Jersey and New York homeowners who want to block natural light (and heat) from streaming in a replacement window have several options. There are some excellent ways to control light, noise and heat transfer and some tactics that should be avoided to protect your Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro replacement windows and your investment.

Below are two great solutions, plus a word of caution for your consideration. Continue reading How to Block Natural Light Through Windows in NY & NJ

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Safe Window Treatments Can Protect Your Family in New Jersey & New York

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Sadly, every year small children the disabled and pets are injured by becoming entangled in dangling cords. You can follow some basic guidelines to limit exposure to dangerous cords.

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Fall is such a fabulous time in our area. New Jersey and metropolitan New Yorkers have myriad opportunities to get out and enjoy seasonal events. From leaf peeping in a local park to visiting a pumpkin patch for a hayride and hot apple cider, autumn is one of the most enjoyable times of the year. For homeowners who are considering updating their dwellings with replacement windows, the annual Archtober events give New York’s design community provide another chance to showcase the buildings that give our area its character and personality. Attending one of the 100+ tours, films, and public celebrations is an excellent way to see up close how window style impacts aesthetics and function in both new and older buildings. Continue reading Safe Window Treatments Can Protect Your Family in New Jersey & New York

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Create a Safer New Jersey & New York Home Environment

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Summer may be over, but Autumn is such a fabulous time in the New Jersey and New York metropolitan area. We are fortunate to have myriad opportunities to get out and enjoy seasonal events. From leaf peeping in our many area parks to visiting the pumpkin patch for a hayride and hot apple cider, September and October are some of the most enjoyable times of the year. For homeowners who are considering updating their dwellings with replacement windows, the annual Archtober events give New York’s design community another chance to showcase the buildings that give NYC its character and personality.

Attending one of the 100+ films, public celebrations and tours is an excellent way to see up close how window style impacts aesthetics and function in both new and older buildings.

October is also National Window Covering Safety Month. All month there will be special events to inform and educate the general public about window treatments designed to look beautiful and reduce safety risks for children and pets. Last month our readers found information about enhancing safety with replacement window design choices, this post focuses on dressing your new windows with innovative window treatments that lower risks for the most vulnerable members of our families. Continue reading Create a Safer New Jersey & New York Home Environment

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