You’ve probably seen sliding windows without giving them a second thought. Many people don’t know this, but sliding windows have many advantages. At Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey & New York Metro, we sell sliding windows with frames engineered from Fibrex, a mixture of wood fibers and resins. They’re durable, long-lasting and an outstanding window product for New Jersey homes. Before you choose the best replacement windows for your home, here’s what you need to know about sliding windows.
Patio doors last about 30 years, if they’re well-made and treated well. When they reach the end of their service life, they need to be replaced. Old patio doors that haven’t been well maintained can be very energy inefficient, difficult to use and even unattractive. Knowing how to replace your old patio doors can help you improve the way your home looks and functions, so here’s what you need to know.
Replacement window installation is a major home improvement project that many homeowners only go through once in their lifetime. Because of this, most people don’t know what to expect when they initiate the installation process. If you’re ready to install new windows in your home but just don’t know much about the process, this article will serve as a good introduction. The more you know about window installation before you start meeting with window dealers and installers, the easier it will be for you to make a decision and keep the window installation process moving. Here’s what you need to know.
One of the most exciting parts of installing new windows in your home is choosing the style. Matching the style of your replacement window to the architectural style of your house is a way to protect your home’s value while also enhancing its beauty. With specialty windows and combinations, there are a nearly infinite many styles of windows available to choose from, so we focused on the main standard styles most common in the New Jersey and New York Metro area for this article. When you’re choosing a window style for your home, it’s important to do your research. Knowing the window styles available and considering all the possibilities can help you pick a window that you’ll treasure and admire for years to come.
Single pane windows used to be the standard window type found in homes, but many decades ago, homeowners started making the switch to dual pane, insulated windows. If your home still has single-pane windows, it’s likely your home’s windows are many decades old. The most well-known benefits of replacing your single pane windows are improved energy efficiency, improved operation and improved value for your home. However, there are other important benefits to replacing single-pane windows in your home, and some of them could be very surprising. Here’s what you need to know.
Think about your home office now. If you work in a room with glass patio doors, what condition are those doors in? Do they add value to your home office, or detract from the space? If your doors are drafty, in need of repair, or in poor condition, they could impede your productivity – or even reflect poorly on your business. Even if you don’t have people to your office, in these days of virtual online video meetings, ugly doors can reflect poorly on you and your work. Replacing your patio doors can add an air of professionalism, beauty and comfort to your indoor workspace. Below, we’ve listed four important reasons to replace your patio doors this year.