New Visualizer Tool Takes Guesswork out of Buying Replacement Windows
Ever wondered what your new windows will look like on your home or office? Some people have the ability and imagination to “picture” these things in their mind, but the rest of us struggle with this, worry what it will look like and if we made the right decision and are surprised at the end result.
Well, when it comes to replacing your windows or doors with Renewal by Andersen of Central and Northern New Jersey replacement windows and doors, you have no reason to worry anymore! Now you can “test drive” your new windows before you buy.
Renewal by Andersen of Central and Northern New Jersey is pleased to introduce the Window & Door Visualizer tool. With this new tool, you can upload a photograph of your home or office and then, with a few clicks of your mouse, see what how your house will look with your new Renewal by Andersen replacement windows or doors.
“Customers often struggle with understanding how their home will look with their new windows,” Kevin Chaikin of Renewal by Andersen of Central New Jersey said. “We’ve built up a library of the most common house styles we’ve installed our windows in to help them visualize it, but there’s nothing like seeing them on your own home. This is a great new tool for homeowners.
Customers can select from many different window styles, including Awning, Casement, Double Hung, Gliding and Sliding windows and even choose combinations of one, two or three windows together. In addition, they can choose from eight standard colors, three different grille types, different types of glass and even screen combinations. To make it even more realistic, the program allows users to choose they type of sky reflection to match their photo.
The new Renewal by Andersen Visualizer is so versatile it even allows visitors to see how their home will look with the windows from the exterior and interior. Interior views will enable homeowners to see the changes their new windows will make in a room so they can plan their furnishings as well.