The frigid days of winter are just a memory here in New York and New Jersey. Officially, summer is still a few weeks away, but now that the weather is almost perfect, this is a great time to schedule your replacement window project for your home.
Installing new replacement windows
in the springtime, before the middle of a scorching hot summer, can save you
money on your air conditioning bills. After all, the sooner you replace those old,
dilapidated home windows, the sooner you can start saving money on those
ever-rising heating and air conditioning bills.
People who come to Renewal by
Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro often ask, “Should I buy
replacement windows for an old house?” This post will cover some reasons
why installing modern, energy efficient replacement windows in an older house is
a wise financial investment, and explain when repairing windows in might be a
Planning an exterior renovation on
your New Jersey or New York home takes a lot of planning, especially when you’re
going to install new replacement windows and siding at the same time. Renewal
by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro has helped hundreds of homeowners
update their homes of the years. And, we’ve learned that well-informed,
well-prepared homeowners are happier with the final results, than those who
rush to make a decision.
Here are a few tips to help you get
ready for your big make-over.
Updating your New Jersey or New York
Metro home with high-performance, Energy Star labeled replacement windows and
patio doors is a big step. While some people plan their upgrade around a major
renovation, and want to get every window replaced at the same time, not
everyone is ready for a total make-over all at once. These people wonder if
replacing a few home windows at a time is a wise investment decision. At
Renewal by Andersen, we let our customers guide the journey.
Here are a few advantages and
drawbacks of planning a staged replacement window project.
This post will explain a bit about
how to make sure your replacement windows look like they could have been part
of the original construction while also improving comfort, safety and
energy-efficiency in every room.