Most homeowners look to replace their windows in the Fall to keep their home warm in the winter; however, replacement windows also offer benefits to your home in the summer. Energy usage often spikes during the summer months because your air conditioner is working harder to keep your home cool. Small changes, like installing a programmable thermostat and using ceiling fans to keep temperatures cool offer temporary solutions; however, consider replacing your windows for a more long-term solution. No matter the season, replacement windows will keep your home comfortable year-round.

Why Replace Your Windows in the Summer?

Summer is a perfect time to replace your old, drafty windows with energy efficient windows. Modern windows offer premium energy efficient features to keep the cool air inside your home. Choose from energy efficient vinyl or wood windows, each available in a variety of glass options to keep your home well-insulated. Older windows often come standard with single-pane glass, leaving your home poorly insulated. Consider upgrading to double pane or triple pane glass for better energy efficiency. For the best value, we recommend double pane windows with two panes of glass to keep your home comfortable year-round. However, if you’re looking for maximum energy efficiency, consider triple pane glass which has three panes of glass, blocking 90% of harmful UV rays.

Our window glass is also coated in two layers of Low-E silver oxide coatings for maximum energy efficiency. No matter the style you choose, all Window Nation windows are Energy Star certified, keeping your energy bills low no matter the season.

How will Replacement Windows Help My Home?

Your air conditioner works overtime in the summer to keep your home cool – installing replacement windows will eliminate drafts, keeping the cool air from your air conditioner inside your home. While you may enjoy the cool air in the moment, consider the impact on your energy bills. Cooling costs significantly increase in the summer, causing your energy bills to skyrocket. Replacement windows will boost your home’s energy efficiency by eliminating drafts and protecting your home from damaging UV rays.

The benefits extend further than simply eliminating drafts. Let your air conditioner rest on cool summer nights and open your windows – you’ll appreciate the difference turning your AC off for just a few hours will make. Be sure to keep your window coverings closed during the day to prevent the cool air from escaping.

Ready to Start a Home Improvement Project this Summer?

Get relief from the summer heat by replacing your old, drafty windows with modern replacement windows from Window Nation. You’ll enjoy energy efficient benefits that extend beyond the summer months. If you’re looking for a total home makeover, we offer replacement siding and doors to keep your home insulated year-round. All our products are Energy Star certified, so you can feel comfortable knowing you’re saving money on your energy bills for years to come.

If you’re ready to start your home improvement project, schedule an in-home estimate today. Our team will meet with you to discuss your project, providing a quote good for up to six months. To learn more about our energy efficient replacement windows and to schedule your appointment, visit WindowNation.com.

Homeowners are in a bit of a bind right now.  Maintaining our homes is a crucial step we can all take to protect our most significant investment, and a form of self-care in stressful times, allowing us to take pride in where we spend our time.  Yet, the economy has never seemed more fragile.  For many of us, putting costly projects on hold right now is wise.

Thankfully, there are simple, low-cost steps we can take to improve the appearance of our homes without spending much.  A little sweat and some very manageable spending can go a long way in protecting a home’s value, and give us a new sense of affection toward the place where, for the time being, we’re spending virtually all of our time.

Here are five simple, cheap projects that will get you out in the spring sun, boost your home’s curb appeal, and increase the value of your most important possession.

Clean Your Home’s Siding

We all understand how much a simple washing can renew something.  But when was the last time you washed your house?

Vinyl siding accumulates dirt, grime, pollen, spider webs, bird droppings, and many other small slights that, over time, give your home a worn look.  Replacing it is, of course, the most extreme option to renew the look of your home.  Painting your siding is a lesser step, but still a major commitment of cash, whether in fees to a painting contractor or supplies to do the job yourself.

Often, though, neither step is necessary.  A simple cleaning can make your siding look new, be done in a single day, and cost as little as several hours.  Renting a pressure washer makes the job easier, but since most of us have more time on our hands this spring than we’re accustomed to, the job can also be done with equipment you most likely have a home.  The Vinyl Siding Institute recommends simple long-handled, soft-bristle brush, and solution of 30% white vinegar and 70% water. To prevent streaks, work from the bottom up. If you notice any cracks or damaged areas, you may need to consider repairing or even replacing the siding.

Paint Your Shutters and Trim

A full-home paint job can be a lovely home improvement, but it’s possible to renew the look of your home with a much lower investment of time and money…by painting the shutters and trim.

Depending on the design aesthetic of your neighborhood, you may want to renew the classic colors that were on your home the day you bought it, or choose a bold statement color that makes your house stand out.  Just a single can of paint is often enough to refresh the look of a home when applied to the shutters and trim.

Update a Statement Window

Everyone knows that replacement windows dramatically enhance a home’s appearance and bring down heating and cooling bills.  But in an uncertain economy, not everyone is in a position to consider replacing their windows.

Thankfully, there’s a less-expensive option that still remakes a home’s look – replacing one window with something dramatic.  Whatever the style of your current windows, our designers can create a custom replacement that adds a striking design element to your home.  Schedule a free estimate today, and we’ll give you a quote that’s good for 60 days while you think it over.

Resurface Your Driveway

Aging, cracked asphalt or concrete ages a house quickly. So does a rock driveway that has faded and grown through with grass.  Either problem is quickly solved.

Resurfacing asphalt or concrete is a sweat-heavy job, but a good workout, and takes just a single day, most of it devoted to drying time.  Refreshing a stone drive can be as simple a matter as weeding, and buying a few bags of matching stone from a local home improvement store to rake through the old stuff.

Plant Flowers

Spring is the perfect time to update your home’s look with flowers.  Whether refreshing existing beds with new plantings, or carving new spaces for greenery, a single trip to a garden center can give you a new perspective on your home – and reduce the amount of lawn you have to mow.

We’re particular fans of a small bed around the mailbox, which both adds a pop of color to your lawn and forever eliminates the need to get out the weedwhacker to buzz the base of the post every time you mow.

Looking to make upgrades to your home? Home improvement projects can give your home a fresh, updated look. Certain projects can even add value to your home, helping you recoup the cost of the project once you sell your home. So what projects offer the biggest return on investment? Let’s take a look.

Vinyl Siding

At 75% return on investment, vinyl siding offers some of the best value in remodeling. New siding will boost your home’s curb appeal and cut your energy costs – what’s not to like? Vinyl siding from Window Nation is available in over twenty color options, designed to give your home a look that’s all your own. No matter the style, you’ll enjoy lower energy bills – our vinyl siding is Energy Star certified, helping you reduce energy usage. When it comes time to sell your home, potential homebuyers will appreciate the durability vinyl siding brings. Thanks to its low-maintenance vinyl paneling, homeowners won’t have to worry about repairing damages or cracks. Your home will be protected from the elements year-after-year, a major draw for buyers.

Vinyl Windows

Replacing old, drafty windows with vinyl windows will allow you to recoup over 74% of the project cost in added home value. Want to improve your home’s energy efficiency? Vinyl windows will do the trick. Available in double pane or triple pane glass, your windows will be well-insulated, keeping your home comfortable no matter the season. When you choose replacement windows from Window Nation, you won’t have to worry about sacrificing style for energy efficiency. Our replacement windows are available in a variety of style and color options, custom-built to fit your home’s unique needs. If you’re looking to sell your home, vinyl windows are a must. Thanks to the added curb appeal and energy efficiency, these windows will make your home move-in ready.

Wood Windows

Wood windows may have taken a backseat to vinyl windows in recent years; however, with a 71% return on investment, these windows are still a solid choice for homeowners looking to add character to their home. Some homebuyers may consider wood windows to be dated and old-fashioned; however, when you choose wood windows from Window Nation, you can feel comfortable knowing you’re purchasing top-of-the-line windows that will stand the test of time. Available in a variety of style and finish options, these windows add a sense of beauty and charm that other windows can’t. No matter the style you choose, our wood windows are Energy Star certified so you’ll save money on your energy bills for years to come.

Steel Entry Doors

With a 69% return on investment, replacing your old, wooden entry door with a steel entry door is a smart choice for those looking to add value to their home. Your entry door is the first thing guests see when they arrive – make a good impression by giving it the update it needs. Choose from multiple style and color options to find the perfect fit for your home’s exterior. Our doors are also Energy Star certified, keeping your energy bills low – and saving you money. When it comes time to sell, buyers will appreciate the added security and durability your upgraded door brings.

Ready to Start Your Project?

If you’re considering a home improvement project, contact Window Nation. Our team of exterior design consultants will meet with you to discuss your project and offer a quote good for up to six months. Contact us today for more information.

After you’ve lived in your home for a few years, your home may start feeling drab and outdated. Your house should be your escape from the outside world – why not transform it into the home of your dreams? Give your home the makeover it needs by starting a home improvement project. Your first thought may be to upgrade your kitchen or bathrooms. While these are attractive options, it’s important to think long-term: will you still like the upgrades you made five or ten years from now?

We recommend starting your home makeover by replacing the windows in your home. Though it may not be the most glamorous project, it will give your home the curb appeal boost it needs. With a variety of style and color options, you’re guaranteed to find the windows of your dreams.

Pick the Right Window Style for Your Home

Choosing replacement windows isn’t an easy decision – with so many styles, which is the best fit for your home? Replacement windows from Window Nation are available in a variety of style options including bay windows, bow windows, and double hung windows, our most popular style.

When choosing your window style, consider the location of the window. Double hung windows fit in most window openings, making them a great choice for most projects. However, if you’re looking to replace a larger window, consider choosing a bay or bow window. The unique shape of these windows adds character to your home, giving your home the curb appeal boost it needs. You’ll also enjoy the difference inside your home – these windows will change the look and feel of the room, becoming a unique way to showcase valuables or serving as a cozy seat to read a book or enjoy a cup of coffee.

Wood or Vinyl?

After you decide on a window style, choose a material that fits the style of your home. Vinyl windows are best for newer homes, particularly homes with vinyl siding. These windows will help your home feel more modern, particularly if you have outdated metal or wood windows. These windows are easy to maintain, keeping your home looking clean throughout the year. Vinyl windows are also a great choice if you’re looking to boost your home’s energy efficiency – our windows are Energy Star certified, so you won’t have to sacrifice curb appeal for lower energy bills.

However, if you live in an older home, it may be best to replace your windows with wood windows to keep your home’s historic charm. Like our vinyl windows, our wood windows are Energy Star certified, accentuating your home’s natural beauty without sacrificing energy efficiency.

Consider Color

The color of your windows can make a big difference to your home’s curb appeal. If your windows are old and stained even after they’ve been deep cleaned, it may be time to replace them. Whether you choose wood or vinyl windows, you’ll be able to choose from a variety of color options so you can find the perfect match for your décor. Boost your home’s curb appeal with stylish black windows or choose a neutral color like white or beige that will never go out of style.

However, when choosing the color of your windows, it’s important to select a color you won’t grow tired of. While you might love black or green windows today, will you still like them a year from now? Before choosing your color, consider your interior décor and any upgrades you plan on making to the exterior of your home. You might consider driving around your neighborhood to check out your neighbors’ homes. Though you want to give your home a curb appeal boost, make sure your home doesn’t stand out for the wrong reasons.

Ready to Get Started?

If your home needs a curb appeal boost, don’t wait – schedule an in-home estimate today. Our team of exterior design consultants will meet with you to discuss your project and offer a quote good for up to six months. Contact us today for more information.

Whether you’re looking to sell or simply looking to update your home, remodeling projects can give your home the makeover it needs. These projects can be costly particularly if you’re looking to sell your home. However, many home improvement projects will boost your home’s value, offering a high return on investment (ROI) should you decide to sell. If you’re looking to start a home improvement project, consider one of the following:

Window Replacement

At a 72% return on investment, window replacement offers some of the best value in remodeling according to Remodeling Magazine. If your windows are old and outdated, we recommend replacing them with new, energy efficient vinyl windows. Available in a variety of style and color options, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect fit for your home. Our windows are Energy Star certified, so you won’t have to sacrifice style for energy efficiency.

Window replacement is especially encouraged for homeowners looking to sell their home. Most homebuyers are searching for a home that’s energy efficient and move-in ready. Though window replacement isn’t the most glamorous project, it provides lasting benefits for homeowners new and old. New homeowners will enjoy lower energy bills and the added peace of mind from knowing their windows won’t need to be replaced for years to come, while old homeowners will appreciate the cost recouped from the project when they sell their home – it’s a win-win!

Siding Replacement

Want a total home makeover? Consider replacing your old, outdated siding with replacement vinyl siding. Available in a variety of color options, you’re guaranteed to find the siding of your dreams. You won’t have to sacrifice style for energy efficiency – our replacement siding is Energy Star certified, so you’ll enjoy lower energy bills in addition to the curb appeal boost. Vinyl siding is also great for homeowners looking for durability because it requires minimal maintenance.

However, there’s no sugarcoating it – replacing your siding isn’t a cheap project. If you’re looking for a more cost-effective option, you might be considering simply power washing your siding or adding a fresh coat of paint. While these might be better short-term options, siding replacement is best in the long run, particularly if your siding is cracked or damaged. When it comes time to sell your home, homebuyers will appreciate the curb appeal boost your home received, while you’ll enjoy a 75% return on investment.

Touch Up Your Paint

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly home improvement project, consider painting your entry doors and shutters. In just a few hours, you’ll give your home a significant curb appeal boost for the cost of a few gallons of paint. Choose paint colors to turn your house into the home of your dreams or select neutral colors to appeal to potential homebuyers if you’re looking to sell your home. Homebuyers will notice the difference a fresh coat of paint makes – it could be the deciding factor when it comes time to make an offer.

You have many options to choose from when it comes to making home upgrades. If you decide it’s time to start a window replacement project, make Window Nation your first call. Our team will meet with you to discuss your project and provide you options to fit your budget. You’ll receive a quote good for up to six months, so there’s no pressure to buy on the spot. Contact us today for more information.

If you’re looking to sell your home, you may be considering upgrades to appeal to potential buyers. Selling your home is competitive, and you want to be sure you’re giving yourself an edge when attracting potential buyers. Before listing your home, take time to inspect your home and identify any areas that need improvement. Consider making repairs or renovations as needed – though it may be costly, most projects will add value to your home once it’s been sold. Which projects will pay off the most? Let’s dig in.

First Impressions Matter

You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. When potential buyers see your house for the first time, do you want them to see old, discolored siding and outdated metal windows? Consider updating your home’s exterior with new windows, doors and siding. Available in a variety of styles and colors, our vinyl windows and siding will give your home the refresh it needs. Buyers will enjoy having a home that’s move-in ready, and you’ll appreciate the return on investment recouped from your project: both projects offer over 70% ROI.

Upgrade Your Landscaping

A little curb appeal goes a long way when it comes to selling your home; however, it’s easy to fall behind on lawn maintenance when you’re focusing on other renovation projects. An overgrown yard or a barren lot with no landscaping won’t appeal to any visitors. Be sure to cut your grass regularly and trim any bushes and shrubs. Plant flowers or grow a garden to make your house feel like a home. If you’re not able to garden, consider purchasing potted flowers or plants to spruce up your front porch.

Picture Yourself in the Home

Homebuyers should be able to imagine themselves living in your home. Be sure to remove any personal items including family photos or keepsakes from your living areas so your house feels less like your family home. Be sure rooms are organized and kept clean with beds made and personal items put away. Consider painting your walls a neutral color so buyers are able to personalize the home to fit their taste.

Boost Your Energy Efficiency

If you were a homebuyer, would you want to move into a house with sky-high energy bills? Consider making changes to boost your home’s energy efficiency, like installing a programmable thermostat or purchasing Energy Star certified appliances. Replacing your old, drafty windows or your cracked siding with energy efficient vinyl windows and siding will also reduce your home’s energy consumption. You’ll enjoy lower electric bills – and your home will get the curb appeal boost it needs.

Though these changes might seem costly, renovation projects will add value to your home when it comes time to sell. Vinyl window and siding replacement offers a high ROI, recouping almost 70% of the money you may spend. When you’re ready to start your project, schedule an in-home estimate. Our team of exterior design consultants will meet with you to discuss your project and offer a quote good for up to six months. Contact us today for more information.

Not-so-fun-fact: the typical American family spends $2,000 a year on their energy bills. Unfortunately, tons of energy and money are wasted through leaky windows, ducts, old appliances or inefficient heating and cooling systems. 

While windows can be one of the most beautiful features of your home, drafty windows can be a burden to your energy bill. According to the Department of Energy, inefficient windows are responsible for 25% of residential heating and cooling energy use. This causes extra strain on your heating and cooling systems – and higher electric bills. 

If your home has old, outdated, consider replacing them with new, energy-efficient windows.

We offer wood and vinyl windows in a variety of style and color options, so you don’t have to sacrifice curb appeal for energy efficiency.  

Our windows are available in two glass options to keep your home feeling comfortable year-round. If you’re looking for maximum value, consider selecting windows with double pane glass. These windows are equipped with two glass panes coated in two layers of Low-E coating, blocking almost 80% of UV rays from the sun.  

Triple pane glass, however, is the best choice for homeowners looking for maximum energy efficiency. Like double pane windows, these windows are equipped with two layers of Low-E coating. However, triple pane windows include a third pane of glass, blocking 90% of UV rays from the sun. 

Window replacement is a major investment, and we understand you may not be ready to start such a large project at this time. If you’re looking for smaller, more manageable ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency, consider our tips: 

  1. Install white window shades, drapes or blinds to reflect heat away from the house. 
  2. Study your family’s lighting needs and look for ways to use sensors, dimmers or timers to reduce usage.  
  3. Plug home electronics into power strips and turn the power strips off when the equipment is not in use. Even in standby mode, these electronics still use several watts of power. 
  4. Wash only full loads of dishes and clothes, and air-dry dishes and laundry. 
  5. Look for ENERGY STAR ® labels on products such as light bulbs, home appliances, and electronics. ENERGY STAR ® products meet strict efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. 
  6. Clean or replace filters on furnaces and air conditioners once a month or as recommended. 
  7. Consider using a programmable thermostat to control the temperature of your home from the convenience of an app. 
  8. Regularly defrost manual-defrost freezers and refrigerators; frost buildup decreases the energy efficiency of the unit. Don’t allow frost to build up more than one-quarter of an inch. 

When you’re ready to start your window replacement project, schedule an in-home estimate with one of our exterior design consultants. Our team will discuss your project with you and discuss your options so you can find the best fit for your budget. You’ll then receive a quote good for up to six months. If you’re considering financing your project, we also offer budget-friendly deals to help you get the windows of your dreams. When you’re ready to start your window replacement project, schedule your in-home estimate at WindowNation.com 

In these uncertain times, it’s difficult to prepare for the next day, let alone the next few months. While this summer might look different than years past, it’s important to prepare your home as usual, cleaning the house and performing any necessary maintenance before temperatures rise. As we spend more time in our homes, consider starting the following projects to prepare your home for the summer months.

Inspect the Home’s Exterior

The cold months are hard on your home. Harsh weather conditions can damage your home’s exterior, particularly your roof and siding. It’s important to thoroughly inspect your home to get an in-depth look at any areas that require maintenance. Check your roof for signs of damage, including missing or cracked shingles. Consider having a professional inspect your roof for further damage – if left unrepaired, it may need to be replaced.

When inspecting your siding, watch for areas of buckling, bubbling, or cracking – all signs that your siding needs to be replaced. Cracked siding is particularly problematic, as it allows water to reach the surface of your home. Left unrepaired, this could cause significant damage to your home.

In addition, be sure to look for any changes to the color of your siding. If your siding is stained or discolored, you could repaint or power wash it for a quick fix; however, you may want to consider replacing it with new vinyl siding in the future.

Inspect Your Home’s Interior

Your home undergoes significant wear-and-tear in the cooler months. Before the temperatures heat up, inspect your windows and doors for signs of wear. Damaged seals and poor caulking are some of the most common issues homeowners will face. In most cases, these issues can be easily be fixed with seals and weather stripping. However, keep an eye on these issues – what seems like a small problem now could be a big problem in the future.

It may seem simple, but make sure to open the windows in your home and make note of the ones that are difficult to open or close. It’s important to repair or replace these windows as soon as possible, as this poses a risk to the safety of those living in your home.     

It’s also important to take note of any drafts you feel from your windows.  Drafty windows could let the cool air from your air conditioning escape while letting hot, humid air in causing your energy bills to skyrocket. If you notice drafts coming through your windows, we recommend replacing them with new, energy efficient windows before the temperatures get too hot.

Deep Clean Your Home

Keeping your home clean has been especially important the past few months. While it’s important to keep commonly used surfaces sanitized, be sure to clean other areas of your home, like your windows and underneath furniture.

We recommend cleaning your windows with a water and vinegar-based solution. Begin with the outside of the window and work your way inwards, making sure to clean the sill and the frame. You may find your windows look cloudy even after being cleaned – in some cases, it may be time to replace them.

Be sure to also clean under furniture, including couches, tables, and entertainment centers. If you notice any signs of fading or discoloration from the sun, consider purchasing new window treatments to block out the sun. If your windows are old, it may be time to replace them. Replacement windows are equipped with modern window class that allows sunlight into your home while blocking damaging UV rays.

When cleaning, be sure to keep the windows open for increased ventilation. Circulating fresh air throughout your home will remove pollutants that have been trapped inside including germs and allergens like dust and pet dander.

Ready to Get to Work?

If you found issues with your windows, doors, or siding when completing your home assessment, Window Nation is here to help. Our team of exterior design consultants will meet with you to discuss your project and provide you a quote good for up to six months. For more information, visit WindowNation.com.

These are challenging and unprecedented times, and we understand you may be feeling anxious about letting people into your most precious asset – your home. It’s more important now than ever to follow CDC guidelines by cleaning and sanitizing your home to prevent the spread of illness. Homeowners are encouraged to wash their hands regularly and avoid touching their faces, taking extra precautions if someone with an increased risk of contracting the virus also lives in the home. Opening windows for added ventilation is also recommended – but how does this help?

Opening your windows will allow fresh air in while letting air that’s been circulating throughout your home for days or even weeks out. As we spend more time in our homes, the air inside is becoming stale quicker than usual. No matter how strictly you practice social distancing, airborne germs could still spread throughout your home if nothing is being done to air your home out. This is particularly problematic with COVID-19 because the illness is spread through particles in the air.

Simply opening your windows for a few minutes each day will limit the spread of germs, and potentially COVID-19, within your home.

If your windows are old or difficult to open, it may be time to replace them. However, we understand you may not feel comfortable having guests in your home at this time.

At Window Nation, we’re taking steps to ensure you can still begin your window replacement project while also being mindful of current events. Our team is committed to following guidelines set by the CDC, government agencies, and local health departments. As a result, we have enacted the following procedures:

  • Instituting additional cleaning protocols for all common areas in the workplace, tools, vehicles and equipment
  • Implementing COVID – 19 specific training and communication protocols at each of our locations to keep every employee briefed and up to date on the latest in recommendations and guidance to ensure our teams are doing everything possible to help mitigate the spread of the virus
  • Avoiding any and all direct contact with customers
  • Limiting all unnecessary travel

Additionally, we are offering virtual appointments in place of an in-home estimate for customers looking to take extra precautions against the spread of illness. Our team will meet with you over a videoconferencing app to discuss your project. Simply take a few photos of the outside of your home and an exterior design consultant will discuss your project with you, providing you a quote good for up to 6 months.

We understand these times are difficult and we’re grateful for those doing their part to prevent the spread of illness. As the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to unfold, it’s important for all of us to do our part to flatten the curve. Taking simple steps, like opening your windows and getting fresh air, are an important part of stopping the spread of illness. For more information about COVID-19 prevention, visit CDC.gov.

Harley and Aaron Magden - Co-founders of Window NationTo our valued customers,

As the world continues to navigate the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), we are focusing our priorities on protecting the health and safety of our valued customers and employees.

As we continue to focus on helping our customers update, protect, and improve their most asset – their home, we feel it is important to share with you what we are doing to help keep people safe and healthy.

Window Nation is diligently and actively monitoring the unfolding events related to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). We are adhering and fully committed to following the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), governmental agencies, local health departments, and our expert partners. We have also instituted additional measures to include:

  • Providing ongoing and reoccurring training and supporting communications for healthy hygiene, social distancing, and best practices as recommended by the CDC.
  • Instituting additional cleaning protocols for all common areas in the workplace, vehicles, tools, and equipment.
  • Any employees who are or become unwell have been instructed to stay home out of an abundance of caution and to seek medical advice.
  • Implementing COVID – 19 specific training and communication protocols at each of our locations to keep every employee briefed and up to date on the latest in recommendations and guidance to ensure our teams are doing everything possible to help mitigate the spread of the virus.
  • Daily monitoring of CDC and governmental communication both nationally and at a local level, including local health department guidance, governmental closings and school system closings.
  • Limiting all unnecessary travel.

We thank you for the opportunity to serve you and want to reassure you how we are operating during this situation to help ensure your safety and wellbeing. Until further notice all employees have been trained and instructed to strictly adhere to the following measures in accordance with the CDC recommended guidelines:

  • Keep a 4-6 feet distance from customers and residents
  • Respectfully refrain from shaking hands
  • Avoid any and all direct contact with customers and residents
  • Implement proper health hygiene and safety procedures as communicated during the Health and Safety-First trainings
  • Sanitize and disinfect tools, vehicles, and equipment as per the heightened health and safety protocols

In this rapidly evolving situation, Window Nation’s leadership will diligently stay updated on the situation. We will continue to implement guidance from local, state, and national health authorities and may implement additional preventative measures to ensure the health and safety of all of us – our employees, customers, partners, and members of the local communities.

Thank you for your patience as we collectively navigate this unfolding situation. Our priorities continue to be where our focus is: our people and our customers.

Sincerely,

Harley & Aaron Magden

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Open window lets the fresh air circulate in the house

Increase ventilation by opening windows! 

According to the World Health Organization, poorly ventilated buildings can increase the risk of disease transmission. 

And the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that workplaces, schools, households, and restaurants “increase ventilation by opening windows or adjusting air conditioning” to decrease the spread of coronavirus.