Are drafty, leaking windows in your New Jersey or New York home interfering with your indoor comfort? If you’re tired of fighting air and moisture leaks, it may be time to consider updating your windows with modern, high-performance Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro replacement windows. Well-maintained, airtight windows reduce noise inside your home and eliminate those bothersome cold or hot spots that drive you crazy.
Did you know that window glass selection plays a critical role in controlling indoor air quality and comfort. One of the greatest benefits of upgrading your aging windows with custom-crafted home windows today is having the flexibility to tackle the unique comfort challenges in every room by utilizing a different type of insulated window glass. There are different types of window glass available today designed to combat the unique challenges different applications may face. Whether you have one small window in a north-facing room, or a whole wall of windows in a south-facing room, you can choose the right window glass for those specific characteristics. Continue reading Does Window Glass Affect Comfort in New Jersey & New York Homes?
Installing replacement windows may seem like a fairly easy task for people living in New Jersey and the New York metro area who have the proper tools and a bit of construction experience. #1. Measure existing windows. #2. Buy the closest size you can find. #3. Modify the opening to make it the right size to accept the window. #4. Install the new fixtures. Job done.
If only it were that easy. In reality, most people need some professional guidance and help to bring their vision to life. Avoiding some of the common mistakes people in our area make when installing windows is one way our Renewal by Andersen consultants help you go from imagining a new view to enjoying your new surroundings.
Avoid These Three Common Replacement Window Mistakes
Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro bay or bow replacement windows can highlight architectural elements in your home and showcase a room’s unusual character and are perfect for a mini-makeover. While some homeowners think of bays and bows as a strictly traditional, this window is perfect for sleek, modern homes, too.
When thinking about updating the décor in a room with a bay or bow window design, it’s important to consider how interior decorating changes will influence the overall tone of the space. Sometimes, it is the simple things that make the biggest impact on appearance and comfort.
Now that you’ve upgraded your New Jersey or New York home with modern, energy-efficient replacement windows, you may be looking for ways to show off those beauties. Whether you’re considering a major renovation project or just ready to get your hands dirty with some Saturday-DIY-magic, these cosmetic upgrades curated from around the web by our Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro team should inspire you to get started. Continue reading Four Exterior Projects to Showcase Your New Replacement Windows
When an older New Jersey or New York home still has its original windows, condensation is often just a normal everyday occurrence during the winter. However, many people are surprised to see those water droplets on their window glass and sills during warm-weather months. Given the right conditions, condensation can develop throughout the year. You may even see minor condensation build-up occasionally after installing high-quality replacement windows.
So, how can you tell if it is time to replace existing windows, or if you have another problem that needs fixing? The Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro experts put together information about how condensation forms to help you decide whether your problem originates with your existing windows, or if there are actions you can take to get rid of that foggy view. Continue reading It’s Summer; Why Do I Have Condensation On My Windows?