Patio doors can significantly improve several aspects of your home, so it only follows that you want to keep it in its best shape. Several factors have an effect on long-term patio door performance, which you should consider if you’re planning on buying new ones. Today, we’ll give you a closer look at what these factors are:
Daylighting is the practice of using natural light for daytime indoor illumination and achieved by choosing the right replacement windows and installing them in strategic areas. You may have heard how beneficial daylighting is, but what makes it the ideal choice over artificial lighting?
The biggest source of complaints in the home improvement industry is the companies that don’t fulfill their promises. Homeowners who had such experiences have become untrusting and dissatisfied with contractors in general. In the following video, Renewal by Andersen® President Paul Delahunt talks about how important it is for a company not just to provide exceptional replacement windows, but to keep its promises—and how we work to gain–and keep–our clients’ trust.
Patio doors generally come in two styles: the hinged French door and the contemporary sliding door. Which one is right for your home? Renewal by Andersen® of Long Island sheds light on their biggest advantages to help you make the soundest decision: