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Before starting your remodeling project, Andersen would like to get you thinking about how to make the most of the different rooms in your house. Our helpful tips for remodeling the rooms you want to work on are a great start to recreating the home you’ve always dreamed of.
You hear a lot about making your home more energy efficient—how it can help to reduce high energy bills, improve comfort and help to protect the environment. But what does it all mean if you’re replacing or remodeling your home’s windows, or building a new home?
Andersen strives to engineer and build products that are different and better than any others on the market, an approach we’ve embraced for years. We believe our job is to do more than just make windows and doors. It’s to make your project run as smooth as possible while enhancing the beauty and energy performance of your home for years to come.
If you’re building a new home or remodeling your existing one, it’s important to create a budget to help prioritize expenses. Consider the following ways to cut costs.
For many of us, building a home is one of the biggest decisions we’ll ever make. But keep in mind that it’s just the first of many. Before your dreams become roofs and walls and windows, you’ll have to make a lot of choices. Andersen can help.
If you’re looking for a new home, you want it built by a reputable builder. Whether you’re starting from the beginning or purchasing a pre-existing home, doing your homework about builders now will help you in making the right decision later.
Determining who’s going to replace your windows is one of the first choices you’ll make in your replacement project. Regardless of where you’re at with the decision, Andersen can help.
Andersen now brings you more full-frame replacement window solutions that go well beyond standard sizing. Learn if full frame window replacement is the best option for you.
Proper installation and maintenance of Andersen products is essential to attain optimum performance and operation. Follow the tips below. For more complete installation details, contact your Andersen dealer.
Insert windows install directly into the existing frame of the window being replaced, allowing you to get the latest window performance features while minimizing disruption to your home. Insert windows preserve the original frame, exterior trim, exterior siding and interior casing.
Narroline® double-hung conversion kits are designed specifically to retrofit existing Narroline® windows (1968 and newer), turning them into easy-to-clean tilt-wash double-hung windows with High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass.
Almost all Andersen® patio doors offer custom sizing to fit virtually every application. Choose from inswing, outswing or gliding configurations, plus a variety of options and accessories.
If you’re replacing the windows and doors in your home, you probably have lots of questions. For over 100 years, homeowners have turned to Andersen for answers, and in the process they’ve made Andersen the most enjoyed windows and patio doors in America.
Andersen simplifies the window and patio door selection process into four basic steps.
Knowing when to replace your home's windows isn't always as clear as it may seem. If your home is older than 15 years, it's probably a good time to check and make sure your windows are still operating correctly. For instance, do you have trouble opening or closing your windows? Do you consistently find moisture on your windows' interior? Just like your washing machine, refrigerator, or roof shingles, over time, your windows and doors need to be replaced. To help you through the replacement process, Andersen provides the following tips and solutions to help determine if the time to replace -- and upgrade -- is now.
Everyone knows the importance of floor plans when designing a home, but architects have long been aware of the enticing effect of well-placed windows as well—how they urge exploration and become, in a sense, welcome signs without words. That’s why Windowcentrics uses wall plans as well as floor plans.
Windowcentrics is a design philosophy that employs six simple principles to maximize the benefits windows bring to your home while making a noticeable difference in how your home looks and feels.