The heating system is one of the biggest consumers of energy in a typical home, so anything that can help you turn down the thermostat can save you money on energy bills. One of the most effective ways to keep your home comfortable without having to turn the heat up is to make your windows
Window replacement is a rewarding task that can boost your home’s energy efficiency, curb appeal and functionality. Some homeowners, however, find this endeavor daunting, especially when it comes to choosing the right replacement windows. To help you make the right decisions, Renewal by Andersen® of Eastern NY discusses key things to consider in a window
Bay windows have a unique design that adds extra space to your home. You may choose to utilize this space in different ways, depending on the window placement. Bay windows are extremely versatile, which means they can work well in the bedroom, kitchen, living room and even the bathroom. Read on as Renewal by Andersen®
In the 17th Century, Robert Hooke, a famous natural philosopher, architect and polymath, invented the first double-hung windows to meet the demand for larger windows. This window style quickly became a go-to option in residential properties and has remained so for centuries thanks to its versatile design..
Windows serve many functions, from allowing natural light into your home to providing refreshing ventilation. In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen® of Eastern NY, a window company in the area, explains how your windows can help improve indoor air quality.
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