When you’re out and about for your morning walk around your neighborhood, try and notice the windows of your neighbors. You’ll most likely notice that their windows are all double-hung windows, and for a good reason. Double-hung windows remain a top option for many American homeowners since they’re flexible options that can fit any kind of home architecture. However, this isn’t the only reason they invest in them. In today’s blog, the top window company, Renewal by Andersen® of Greater Philadelphia, shares why it’s worth investing in double-hung windows.[Read more…]
The Best Window Styles for Optimized Ventilation
Most homeowners rely on their air conditioning systems for indoor ventilation, sometimes overlooking an important resource: windows! In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Greater Philadelphia discusses how natural ventilation works and recommends the best windows for it.
Single-Hung vs. Double-Hung Windows: Which Should You Choose?
If you are looking for replacement windows, you have many styles to choose from. Two of the most popular window styles are double-hung and single-hung, but which would work best for you? These two styles look very similar, but have a few key differences that are important to understand.
3 Most Recommended Window Styles for Kitchens
Your kitchen is an essential part of your house. It is where you cook your favorite meals and dine with your family and friends. It is important that you feel comfortable in your kitchen area because it’s a place where you spend a huge part of your time. If you are planning to renovate your kitchen to add more value to your home, you should make sure you get the right replacement windows.
The Best Window Styles for Philadelphia Row Houses
Row houses are one of the oldest home styles in Greater Philadelphia, with the earliest examples dating back to the 1700s. If you happen to own a row house, there are certain types of windows that can add modern flair while still preserving their style and heritage. Renewal by Andersen® of Greater Philadelphia discusses some of these window styles here.