What’s the Best Time to Replace Windows in New Jersey, New York?

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Have you been putting off installing modern, energy-efficient replacement windows in your New Jersey or New York home? If you’re wondering which season offers the best weather or pricing, here’s your answer. When you work with Renewal by Andersen of NJ and New York Metro, every season is perfect for upgrading your home. Over the decades, we’ve refined our manufacturing, shipping and installation processes to ensure short-term extreme weather patterns don’t significantly delay or prevent homeowners from realizing their renovation dreams.

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4 Signs Your Home is Ready for Replacement Windows

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Your New Jersey or New York home’s windows may not be able to tell you when they have problems, but they can certainly communicate in other ways that they need some TLC. Your home’s windows work silently in the background keeping you safe and comfortable, but they do eventually wear out over time with daily use. Here are four signs your home may be trying to tell you it’s time to consider Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro replacement windows and patio doors. Continue reading 4 Signs Your Home is Ready for Replacement Windows

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3 Summer NJ & NY Home Improvement Projects to Plan Now

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For most New Jersey and New York homeowners, summer is the season for family gatherings and friendly backyard cookouts. Make sure your home is beautiful and inviting with these three summer project ideas from Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro replacement window specialists you can start planning now. Continue reading 3 Summer NJ & NY Home Improvement Projects to Plan Now

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4 Tips to Get the Best Price for Your NJ or NY Home

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Selling Your New Jersey or New York Home? Find out What Buyers Expect Now  

Ready to sell your home in New Jersey or metropolitan New York? At the end of January, industry experts reported homes in our area averaged 148 days on the market, and close to 10 percent (8.9%) faced a negative equity challenge. To move your property faster, and get the highest return on your investment, you need to know what buyers are looking for today. Continue reading 4 Tips to Get the Best Price for Your NJ or NY Home

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What is the Proper Ratio Between Fixed & Operable Windows in NJ & NY?

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Over the last few weeks, our Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro team has brought you some valuable information to compare different window styles and brands based on industry standards and guidelines for consumers. We wrap up our six-week series on replacement window standards with some information about how to balance the ratio of operable and fixed windows in your home to enhance the overall energy-efficiency, comfort and air quality.

Inoperable windows are usually less expensive than styles that open, but no industry expert would suggest creating an environment without operable windows. Trying to save money by limiting operable windows isn’t wise, or safe, and won’t pay off in the long run. Continue reading What is the Proper Ratio Between Fixed & Operable Windows in NJ & NY?

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