The casement is one of the oldest window styles, but it never goes out of fashion. While it may have lost the popularity contest to the double-hung window, today’s green movement and building codes have revitalized the interest in casement units.
At Renewal by Andersen® of New Jersey and New York Metro, our patio doors do more than just increase security and weather resistance; they enrich your lifestyle. Thoughtfully designed with stylish and functional features, any of our door models can make your space more inviting.
To an untrained eye, the differences between bow and bay windows aren’t obvious. In a nutshell, both are projection units that jut out from the exterior wall. The bow is curvy, and the bay is angular. This small distinction, though, makes a world of difference not only in the way each looks but also in how each functions.
Everybody has different motivations for buying new windows, but no one wants to do it unless it’s absolutely necessary. After all, a window replacement project can be a significant expense. If you’re on the fence about retiring your old units, Renewal by Andersen® of New Jersey and New York Metro suggests looking for these signs:
As part of your home’s exterior, your windows have to endure sunlight and the elements around the clock, all year long. Even when you maintain and clean them regularly, they will eventually get damaged. Not all window damage is equal, though. Sometimes, you just need to fix a small issue that some basic carpentry can address.