Winter brings many problems to your windows, especially when it comes to their energy efficiency and functionality. As spring marks the end of the cold season, it may be time to get in touch with your local contractor to install new French doors or windows to your home.
In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Long Island discusses how to efficiently prepare for a window replacement project in springtime.
No matter how sturdy your new windows are, poor window installation can still compromise their energy efficiency, weather performance and curb appeal. It is then important to work with a reliable window contractor who knows exactly how to get the job done right.
At Renewal by Andersen, we follow a step-by-step process to ensure that your new windows and doors will fit perfectly on the existing holes on your walls.
Many homeowners delay window replacement for fear of compromising the original look of their home. It’s then important to choose the perfect window style that can match your home’s interior and exterior design.
Bay and double-hung windows, for instance, are a smart option if you have a classic or traditional home. Picture and sliding windows, on the other hand, are well-suited for modern or contemporary living spaces.
Consider energy efficiency when choosing new windows. Our Fibrex® windows, for example, come with low-emissivity glass that can help keep your living space cozy all year round. Double-paned windows also help block outdoor noise pollution and insulate your home. They are also environmentally friendly, and can help drive your heating and cooling bills down.
Renewal by Andersen of Long Island offers high-quality patio doors and windows that can help boost your home’s energy efficiency and curb appeal. Call us today at (631) 206-6773 or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment. We serve residents of Long Island.