No Garden, No Problem: Improve Your Exteriors with Orange County Windows and Doors

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Generally speaking, gardens add to the curb appeal of a property. But greenery requires a lot of care for it to make a positive impact, and sometimes a homeowner’s resources—we’re talking time, money, energy, and/or skills—just aren’t enough for its upkeep. Does this mean that your house is doomed to be unappealing on the outside? Not necessarily. You’d be surprised at what simply updating your Orange County windows and doors can do for your property, especially now that the weather hasn’t been too garden-friendly:

Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of drought emergency Jan. 17 and called on local water suppliers and municipalities to implement their water-shortage contingency plans.

California is in its third consecutive dry year.

According to the most recent U.S. Drought Monitor, a federal website that tracks drought, 99.8% of the state of California was in a drought. More than 23% of the state is in “exceptional” drought, the worst category.

Both percentages are at their highest level since the Drought Monitor was launched in 2000.

Your windows and doors are among the first things people will notice in your home. If you want your house to look its best from the outside without too much effort, signing up for a window and door upgrade should definitely be on your to-do list. But to make sure you’ll avoid all possible headaches, get your Orange County CA windows and doors from a trusted local contractor.

Renewal by Andersen of Orange County is the number one replacement window company in the Orange County area. They have been providing expert service for more than 29 years now and with more than 30,000 successful home improvement projects under their belts, they have all the experience necessary to take on any kind of job—100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. Renewal by Andersen of Orange County is rated AAA by the Better Business Bureau—the highest rating available.

(Article Excerpt and Image from Meager snowpack bad news for drought-plagued Calif.; USA Today)