While traditional homes feature ornate designs that boost their curb appeal, it cannot be denied that modern homes are just as stunning in their simplicity. Part of the latter’s appeal includes clean, crisp lines that are unmistakable design characteristics of any contemporary home. In this article, your door contractor, Renewal by Andersen® of Quad Cities, talks about sliding doors as the perfect options for modern homes.
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Andersen® was a pioneer in redefining the traditional French sliding patio door; with the introduction of the Frenchwood® sliding patio door in 1985, Andersen successfully combined the traditional styling of French doors with the space-saving convenience of a sliding patio door, bringing both beauty and convenience to homes all over the U.S.
It’s true that bay windows and bow windows are often confused for the other due to their similarities. However, these windows have distinct features that set them apart from each other. This article from Renewal by Andersen® of Quad Cities aims to highlight the main differences between bay and bow windows.
French doors, also sometimes called French windows, come in pairs and are hinged to swing inward or outward. Used as interior doors or exterior doors, they are made of glass panels in multiple frames and are often used for two interior rooms or as a portal to a patio or deck, or outdoor living area.
When it comes to entry doors, certain functions are non-negotiable. For one, they have to be energy-efficient. And, of course, they have to be secure. Entry doors have the ability to be as welcoming or as unappealing as you make them. Needless to say, it will serve you well to choose the color of your entry door properly. Luckily, your door contractor, Renewal by Andersen® of Quad Cities, is here to help you pick the perfect front door color.