“We wanted to create a place on the Internet where they could get real, honest information about replacement windows and patio doors so they could make an educated decision when it came time for them to do something about it.”
Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., the local Renewal by Andersen replacement window and patio door distributor for the Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. areas, recently launched a new weblog full of useful tips, how-to advice and product information about replacement windows and patio doors. The business says the site, http://www.Renewal-By-Andersen-Virginia-DC.com, is designed to be informational and helpful, not sales-y, and seeks to help answer consumers questions about the replacement window and patio door industry.
Although the site has only been “live” for a few weeks, it already has a number of information-packed articles about “What You Need to Know About Patio Doors”, “Clearly a Difference in Today’s Replacement Window Glass” and the U.S. ENERGY STAR program. In addition, there are pages with in-depth information about the company and its long history in the community.
Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. is also known as The Window Place and, as such, has been a family owned and operated business in the area since 1958.
“We’ve been in the replacement window business for decades,” Mark Chaikin, president of Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. said. “We’ve seen companies come and go and we’ve seen them spread a lot of misinformation to the people in our community. We wanted to create a place on the Internet where they could get real, honest information about replacement windows and patio doors so they could make an educated decision when it came time for them to do something about it.”
You can learn more about Mark and his son, Kevin and the entire family’s extensive experience in the replacement window and patio door business on the new site’s About Us page, where there’s an extensive biography of Mark Chaikin, Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. and its staff.
In addition to the How-To informational articles and tips, visitors to the site can read real reviews from prior customers of Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. and current customers can add their reviews right on the site. The reviews page even allows customers to give the company and their experience with it on a star rating based upon a five star scale.
The new blog site also has links to the company’s Facebook page and Twitter stream so consumers can follow the company to learn when new articles are posted or to learn more about the company, including a first glimpse of any specials they may be offering. The company says it may also occasionally offer special rewards to its social media followers.
About Renewal by Andersen of Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Established by the Chaikin family in 1958 as U.S. Aluminum Company, and renamed The Window Place, Renewal by Andersen of Virginia and Washington, D.C. has specialized in window & door replacement since day one. Mark Chaikin joined the business in 1975 and today still serves as acting president, proudly serving homeowners all across Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. Recognizing its strong reputation for quality and service, in 2000, Andersen Corporation selected the company to serve as the exclusive distributors and installers of the Renewal by Andersen line of replacement windows in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.
About Renewal by Andersen
Renewal by Andersen is the exclusive start-to-finish window replacement subsidiary of Andersen Corporation—the most recognized window brand in the U.S. Renewal by Andersen was founded with the objective of creating a different and better window and door replacement experience for homeowners. Since opening its first store in 1995, Renewal by Andersen has rapidly grown to more than 100 markets in the U.S., becoming one of the largest window replacement companies in the country, having installed nearly 2 million windows in over 300,000 homes.