Placing a signature on a piece of paper is more than stroking the pen and pushing ink out of it. It has deeper meanings, including dedication, accountability and responsibility. It is a depiction of one’s pride in his or her own accomplishment, and also adherence to a specific commitment. For Renewal by Andersen® of Long Island, your local source of windows, it is simply a connotation of our top-notch products combined with exemplary workmanship.
The materials used in constructing window frames are surprisingly sustainable. It’s almost a waste to just throw out your old window frame when you can make something of it. In this post, Renewal by Andersen® of Long Island shares a couple of creative ways you can reuse old windows after your next windows installation project.
The energy performance ratings of your new replacement windows are important things to consider when you’re planning to replace your old hardware. The NFRC has made a handy label for homeowners like you, but it’s still a bit tricky to understand if it’s the first time you’ve looked at it.
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.