NEW JERSEY -- For homeowners embarrassed by their house's outdated aesthetic or just looking to reinvent their look, Renewal by Andersen's replacement windows are a quick way to improve curb appeal.
For houses that have design flexibility and are neither historic nor part of a community, changing a window's style can create a new look. For example, replacing a large double-hung window with a bay window of the same size expands the room and welcomes more natural light. The window can be used as a breakfast nook in the mornings, and doubles as an extra seat throughout the day.
Sometimes windows can be more of a hinderance than a help, especially when exposing blights and eyesores. Rather than perpetually drawing the blinds, owners can use Renewal by Andersen's patterned glass to allow natural light into a room while blocking unsightly neighborhood problems. These windows are perfect for keeping privacy while adding light in ground-floor bathrooms and bedrooms.
When choosing a replacement Renewal by Andersen window, homeowners can choose a variety of colors, styles and finishes. Since the custom-built replacements are designed to fit an existing windows space, the shape, not the style, determines what works best. While it's acceptable to mix the two, some combinations aren’t as functional or as appealing as others. It's important to understand the window's setting and choose a style that matches and draws attention to the right areas.
Well designed windows don’t only look welcoming, they add to the overall value of a property as well. As the replacement division of Andersen -- a company with over 113 years of window engineering experience -- Renewal by Andersen offers an array of window choices designed to reflect a home's personality while providing safety, efficiency and function.
For more information, visit Renewal by Andersen or call (201) 565-3600 to schedule a consultation.