Only High Quality Materials for Your Windows

You may not know this but when it comes to the installation of your new windows, Window Nation ensures that only the highest quality materials are used. We have talked before about how our long-lasting, energy efficient windows save on heating and cooling costs because they are designed to prevent heat from escaping in the winter and also keep in the cool air during the summer. But even the materials we use such as caulking and sealants have been selected by our dedicated team after much research to ensure that the products will support the replacement windows we install.

Our Superior Window Installation Materials

The use of superior materials is what helps the windows withstand even the most severe weather. Correct installation is of the utmost importance to ensure that your windows fit with a tight seal. To assist in this process, here are some of the materials that we may use for your next window installation: WINTeQ Low Expansion Foam - Stops air and moisture from getting inside and prevents the loss of heat or air conditioning depending on the time of the year. OSI® QUAD® Window, Door And Siding Sealant - Stays flexible so there is no cracking or splitting even in the most severe weather conditions. OSI® H2U Window, Door And Siding Urethane Acrylic Sealant - Helps to prevent the growth of mold and mildew on the surface and is easy to clean and paint over. Quality Edge No-Mar Coil Systems - Custom trim components that will look fresh and last longer. If you would like to learn more about the high quality materials used at Window Nation, please contact the window replacement professionals today! Contact us today or stop by one of our showrooms to learn more. Our showroom locations are in Baltimore, MD; D.C. Metro; Cleveland, OH; and Charlotte, NC.

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