There are many things you need to consider when having a window replacement. Of course, this includes your budget, the style of window, and the overall benefits you’ll reap. But you also need to study the location where you’ll mount your windows and determine the role they’ll play. This is especially important if you are having multiple window installations in different areas. As your experts in window installation in Philadelphia, we at Renewal by Andersen® of Philadelphia would be happy to help you out. [Read more…]
Our Window Styles: From Traditional to Modern Designs
In case you didn’t know, the windows in your home are an integral part that adds to your home’s overall look. As a matter of fact, a dilapidated window will have a great effect on your home’s curb appeal, and if not repaired or replaced, it will surely diminish your home’s resale value. [Read more…]
Part 1: Understanding Replacement Windows & Their Energy-Saving Benefits – What Makes a Window Energy Efficient?
As a homeowner, one of the most important things you need to think about regularly is the amount of energy your household consumes. In fact, you receive a monthly reminder of this figure in the form of your electric bill. [Read more…]
Custom Windows: 4 Reasons They’re Best for You
We don’t live in a cookie-cutter world, but driving along a neighborhood may often feel that way as you see the same styles on home exteriors house after house after house.
If you want to improve your home’s curb appeal and make your property stand out, think about getting custom window replacements in Philadelphia. Why? Here are some of their benefits: [Read more…]
Postwinter Inspection: 3 Things to Check on Your Windows
As we near the end of a colder and slightly wetter winter, many homeowners have started creating their home maintenance to-do list for spring. If you’ve started with yours, make sure to pencil in a postwinter check on your windows.
It may not look like it, but extreme temperature changes can be difficult on your windows, especially when they’re not made of durable materials. To make sure they’ll measure up to spring, summer, and fall, check for the following: [Read more…]