“The workmanship was great and the installers were really good. It was a wonderful experience!”
Everything we do at Window Nation is geared towards 1 thing- excellent service to our customers. We believe this commitment to unparalleled customer service is what sets us apart from other window replacement companies. Replacing windows, siding, or doors can be a substantial investment of time and money for homeowners. We always want to make sure that we give our customers the best possible service throughout every stage of their project.
The Chauvin family has lived in their Catonsville home for 24 years. When it came time to replace their windows, they chose Window Nation due to the ease of scheduling a free estimate and the superior customer service they received from start to finish.
They heard about Window Nation through a television commercial and decided to replace their deteriorating windows with state-of-the-art, double-hung vinyl replacement windows. Despite speaking to other window replacement companies, the Chauvin family chose Window Nation because they were able to get a free estimate scheduled immediately, within a convenient time frame, and felt that no one could match Window Nation’s customer service.
Here at Window Nation, we strive to ensure our customers are completely satisfied and that we’ve exceeded their expectations. The Chauvin family states their new windows are wonderful, the house is much quieter, and their home looks much brighter. Take a look at the before and after pictures below to see the transformation for yourself.
If you think it is time to replace the windows in your Maryland or DC home, contact our Baltimore area Window Nation showroom for a free estimate today.
“Everyone was courteous and nice and the service was great”
Although the Thomas family has only lived in their home for 3 months, they knew window replacements were on the horizon. The Thomas family spotted a Window Nation ad in the newspaper and decided to replace the old, worn out windows in their suburban single family home with state-of-the-art Grandview windows. Although they did scope out the competition, the Thomas family ultimately decided to give their business to Window Nation since we offered them the best price, along with the promise of unmatched customer service.
Besides the savings on their energy bill from installing new, energy efficient windows, the Thomas family said that the new windows improved the look of the house. See for yourself in the before and after photos below!
If you think it is time to replace the windows in your Maryland or DC home, contact our Baltimore area Window Nation showroom for a free estimate.
Home improvement projects can be an exciting time for homeowners. The idea of changing your home to be as unique and personal as you is enjoyable. Take a moment to look around your home and imagine any changes you might want or need to do around your home. There are many different types of home improvement projects to do around your home. You can pick a room and do a total makeover by room. You can also pick an area like a section of flooring or maybe some windows and replace them. You can do an interior or exterior remodel. The options are really endless. You just have to decide what is most important for you to change and how much you can afford to change. Here are the top items people are looking to improve in their homes for 2015.
Let us start with everyone’s favorite room to remodel and customize. The kitchen! For most homeowners, it is typical to spend many hours in the kitchen cooking and entertaining. That is why it is such a common place to want customized to your personal style and needs. Here are three main items that people are updating often:
Counter tops: Having custom counter tops can help you add style and durability to your kitchen. There are many different colors and materials to use for counter tops.
Back splash: Changing the back splash in your kitchen is a fun place to add color, pattern and style. Your back splash can be as unique as you are.
Cabinets: Custom cabinets are a great way to add storage and functionality to your kitchen. There are many different colors and styles to choose from. This is a great way to update your kitchen and really make it your own.
Now let us talk about a few items that you can replace and update throughout your home for an overall improvement to your home. These items are a great way to really update and refresh your whole home by picking one item to work on throughout.
Efficient Lighting: Looking around your home at night, are there any places that you could use more lighting? This is a great way to add warmth and comfort to your home. This is also a great time to make your lighting more energy efficient.
Flooring: Adding new flooring throughout your home is a great way to add style and color to the interior of your home. There are many options and types of texture to choose from. This is a great way to personalize your home.
Painting: Painting a room can make a complete difference to your home. It can make a room cozy and warm or add a pop of color and interest. Painting is an easy way to change and update your home.
No matter what part of your home you choose to remodel or how you choose to remodel it, make sure you take your time and enjoy the process. This is your chance to make your home uniquely yours. Love it!
With the New Year, many people consider making changes in their lives and homes. If you’ve been thinking about making changes to your home, the pros at Window Nation have lots of ideas for you! To improve the overall look of your home, we would like to suggest new vinyl siding. Anyone who has ever gone from traditional wood siding to beautiful new vinyl siding understands the benefits of this home improvement; here are just a few of the reasons we think this is the change you should make for 2014!
Vinyl siding is tough stuff! It withstands high winds, weather extremes and anything else Mother Nature can throw at it! With vinyl siding from the Exterior Portfolio by Crane, you can trust that it is designed to stand up to many years of harsh weather conditions.
Vinyl siding delivers style and beauty, improving the overall look of your home. Your new vinyl siding can be customized to your home and to fit your style; along with vinyl siding trim and other vinyl siding accessories, your home’s curb appeal will skyrocket!
Vinyl siding requires a minimal amount of maintenance to keep it looking great. Traditional wood siding requires annual scraping, sanding and repainting, where vinyl siding only requires a little soapy water and a garden hose! You’ll save time and money with vinyl siding from Window Nation.
Vinyl siding is easily installed and when it is done by the professionals at Window Nation, you know it will be done correctly. Our vinyl siding panels are made in standard shapes and sizes, which means that there is very little room for error during installation. Vinyl siding is not secured to your home the way that traditional wood siding is; vinyl panels are attached by nails that are hammered through holes at the top of each panel. This allows for the panels to expand or contract, depending on temperature fluctuations outdoors. This type of installation also allows for panels to be easily replaced should they become damaged or go missing in a storm.
For more information on vinyl siding from Window Nation, please contact us today! Window Nation prices are some of the most competitive in the market and we would be happy to discuss your vinyl siding budget. Contact us today to help improve your home in 2014 with exceptional vinyl siding from Window Nation.
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen improvements in the cost-value ratio for home improvement projects. This ratio compares the cost of home improvement projects to the value they add to your home. The higher the ratio, the more money you will recoup in the selling price of the home. This year, the overall cost-value ratio has reached 60.6%, which is a pretty big improvement from the past few years, during which the overall ratio was only 57.7%. We’re excited to discuss this, because it quantifies the value of home improvement projects and replacement projects (such as replacement windows and replacement doors) and shows homeowners that updating their homes will pay off in the end.
A growing trend that’s remained constant throughout the years is the higher value of exterior replacement projects compared to more discretionary projects. Homeowners can see that the better value is in sustainable improvements that will have long-term benefits, like energy efficiency, for example. One thing that’s for sure, energy efficient replacement windows are a great way to save money long-term in utility bills and also reduce the amount of resources used, such as fuel.
At Window Nation, our replacement windows are all designed to create a more comfortable home that remains warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer… all for less money. Our windows are designed with the highest quality materials and technology to keep the home sealed off from the outside elements. You will experience a more even temperature throughout the home and no longer will your heating and cooling dollars literally slip out the window.
Another component of the 2013 Cost vs. Value Report that we would like to point out is that home replacement projects yield a higher cost-value ratio than home remodeling projects. And as we enter the spring season and home improvement projects really get under way, now’s a great time to consider which replacement projects will be the best value for your home and budget.
If you would like to learn more about replacement windows in Baltimore, Maryland; the D.C. Metro; Lorton, Virginia; Charlotte; Cleveland, and throughout our entire service area, please contact Window Nation today. And remember, in addition to a higher cost-value ratio, energy tax credits are back!
It’s here! Tax season that is, and what better time to remind you that some of the home improvement projects you’ve been contemplating or completed last year now qualify for tax credits for 2012 and 2013. If you’ve been thinking about buying energy efficient replacement windows or doors but have been holding off, the window replacement professionals here at Window Nation have put together some information on the 2012 – 2013 tax credits.
Qualifying for the 2012 – 2013 Tax Credit:
To qualify for the energy tax credit, homeowners must purchase and install ENERGY STAR®-qualified windows, doors or other eligible products. Please note not all ENERGY STAR products qualify for tax credits. You can review the list of eligible products by visiting http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?=tax_credits.tx_index.
Consumers can claim a credit of 10%, up to $200, of the purchase price on qualifying windows. They can also claim 10%, up to $500, of the purchase price of qualifying doors. This includes the purchase price only and does not apply to installation costs. Tax credits under this law are capped at a cumulative lifetime total of $500 for all qualifying products installed from January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2013. Check with your tax professional to see if you qualify.
Don’t forget: you must purchase and install qualifying products by December 31, 2013 to get the credit. Save a copy of this document –https://www.windownation.com/2013energytaxcredits — and your contract in order to claim the tax credit on your Federal filing for the 2012 or 2013 tax year.
At Window Nation, we have over 35 years of combined experience in the installation of energy efficient windows, doors and siding. If you would like to learn more about how to create an energy efficient home and even save money on your heating and cooling costs from our energy efficient products, please contact Window Nation today. Our service area extends from Cleveland, OH; Washington D.C.; all of Maryland; Northern Virginia, to the Carolinas.
We look forward to working with you and helping you get your 2012-2013 energy tax credits! Give us a call today to get started.
When it comes to your home, the question is often replacement projects or remodeling projects? While you may like the idea of saving money upfront by simple remodels, studies show that by replacing things such as siding, windows and doors, you will actually save more money down the line and increase the resale value of your home. The infographic below compares common replacement projects vs. remodeling projects. For a printable version of this information, please click here.