Whether you’re replacing your old entry or patio doors, there are several general features you should look for in your new hardware. These factors go beyond their basic functionality, and can assist in the ventilation and insulation of your home.
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:
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:
When we install a new door for you, you don’t have to choose function over form. You can enhance the look and feel of your patio door by adding in several design options from our catalog. Renewal by Andersen® of Long Island gives you a look at the different types and choices of patio doors we offer.
Getting a new door for your patio can be a confusing experience. With so many patio doors to choose from, many homeowners give up on trying to find the best one for their home and settle for the first option they come across. Unfortunately, taking the same approach to picking your patio door could mean that you’re spending on something that doesn’t provide much value.