Your Michigan window replacement is going to be a big project, and it's hard to wrap your mind around all of the different choices you have when it comes to choosing an installation team and the windows you want. We're here to demystify this process a little bit, so you can go into your new window purchase with confidence and an educated understanding of what you're looking at.
When you picture a window, what comes to mind? Most people picture a hung window encased in a white frame. However, this is just one window style. There are so many different ways you can customize your house windows, especially with all of the options available today. Here are some ways you can personalize the new windows for your Dayton home and make them feel more like your own.
For more and more Dayton homeowners, windows are merely an extension of the existing construction. Either they work, or they don't, but replacing them is no easy task, so they often get ignored in favor of other projects. Unfortunately, having old windows is not something you can wait on. It could actually be costing you money every single month. Meanwhile, window manufacturers have introduced a range of new window types to fit a variety of stylistic choices, budgets, and climate needs. Here's a quick overview of the most popular window types today.
Scheduling an in-home consultation is the best way to find out which windows may be best for your home, and to get an accurate idea of how much your window replacement services are going to cost. By looking at your home in person, a trained window replacement professional can make more specific recommendations and get a clear idea of how much work the installation will require. Another often-overlooked benefit of scheduling a consultation in your Cincinnati home is that it gives you the chance to ask questions. Here are a few questions we recommend asking during your consultation.
You may have heard that tilt-in windows are now a popular choice among Indianapolis homeowners. These new window designs offer a range of benefits that can't be found in traditional windows. Some of these benefits are obvious, while others are a little less obvious until you've experienced them for yourself. Here are some of our favorites.
Windows do so much for your Dayton home. They let in light, open to allow breezes to rush in, and add an element of beauty to your space. As such, you should not trust just anyone to replace your home's windows. At Renewal by Andersen (RbA), we have proven that we are leaders in the replacement window industry time and time again. Here are five good reasons to trust RbA with your window replacement project.
If you're a cat owner, you know how much they love climbing drapes and swinging from blinds. If you're a dog owner, you may be tired of your canine companion rubbing their nose against the curtains or clawing at the shades. Is it possible to keep your window treatments nice and also keep pets in your Michigan home? Yes, it is — but you do have to choose the right window treatments.
When was the last time you really examined your patio doors? For most people, patio doors are taken for granted. However, they are more complex than you may first assume, and there are many ways for you to customize patio doors which you may not have considered before. Here are three of the opportunities you will have to customize your new Cincinnati doors:
Bay windows have earned a special place in our hearts as a luxurious sitting space or cozy nook. While most of us are familiar with the traditional three-panel bay window, we are now seeing more and more variety in bay windows among Cincinnati homes. More options mean you have some important decisions to make before you order replacement bay windows for your Cincinnati home.
Mold is never a healthy substance to have in your Dayton home. It can cause itching, sneezing, and wheezing — not just for you and your family members, but also for your pets. One of the most common places for mold to show up is on window frames and sills. Thankfully, there are some steps you can take to prevent mold on your windows.