Renewal by Andersen is proud to be serving the historic township of Edison, NJ with replacement windows and patio doors. With history teeming around every corner, Renewal by Andersen is thrilled to put our own market on it. And, with over 100 years of experience in crafting the finest windows and doors, we hope to do it with a degree of excellence that can reflect both the town’s rich culture as well as your needs.
Formerly known as the “Raritan Township,” Edison was renamed after the famous inventor whose laboratory was based there. Christie Street in Edison was the first street in the world to be illuminated with incandescent lamps. The township even has connections to the Revolutionary War. Renewal by Andersen, with an abundant history of our own, greatly enjoys contributing to the betterment of homes in Edison.
Renewal by Andersen offers a free and honest estimate of the window or patio door installation that you choose, and will ensure that it is done quickly but carefully. Once a job has begun, we are committed to finishing it – from the big picture down to the minor details.
Make any room a masterpiece with Renewal by Andersen® bay or bow windows. An elegant, gently arched bow window or an angle bay window can make your home feel bigger, brighter, and bring the beauty from the outdoors inside.
Maximize your view with contemporary Renewal by Andersen® sliding windows. Our sliding windows, also called gliding windows, use more glass and less frame – in fact, the maximum glass area of any operable window.
RbA also custom makes and professionally installs Patio Doors!
This sliding French patio door combines the traditional styling of French doors with the space- saving convenience of a sliding patio door—adding a beautiful touch to your home.
Renewal by Andersen Edison, NJ
Edison, formerly known as Raritan Township, was first settled in the late 1600’s, when it was part of Woodbridge and Piscataway townships. Edison was ranked the 28th most-livable small city in the United States by CNN Money Magazine, and second in New Jersey in 2006 in Money Magazine’s “Best Places To Live”. This 32-square-mile township of more than 100,000 residents is the home of Thomas Alva Edison’s famed Menlo Park laboratory where the incandescent light bulb was perfected and sound was first recorded.