If you live in a historic home with a traditional style, preserving the architectural integrity of your home should always be a priority when it comes to investing in replacement windows. Renewal by Andersen® recommends the following window styles to help preserve your home’s architectural style:
Minimalism is becoming an increasingly popular aesthetic trend among homeowners. This is evident in ultra-modern homes that feature sparse decoration and practical design.
The design of your living room sets the aesthetic tone for your entire home. The living room is the primary meeting ground for both family and guests, and is, in effect, the heart of the home.
Let’s face it; picking new replacement windows for your home is never easy. The stakes are high, as windows play a huge role in both your home’s comfort and aesthetic appearance. With so many styles to choose from, the decision can be overwhelming.
If you have a classic-style house, you may be wary of investing a window replacement in case the new windows clash with your home’s traditional look. Here, Renewal by Andersen® of Central Pennsylvania explains how replacing your old units with double hung windows can actually help preserve your home’s existing aesthetic.