What Does Hockey Season Mean for Homeowners?

Attention Flyers Fans! Hockey season is upon us. There is nothing quite like the thrill of sitting inside a sea of orange and black, screaming until you’re red in the face (or orange) as players CRASH against the glass. The puck gets loose; an orange and black figure glides like lightning and SLAMS it straight and true into the net. Fans go wild! There’s screaming, there’s jumping, and even the occasional high five. It’s exhilarating. And all that energy helps to keep you warm inside the arena where cold temperatures are needed to maintain the icy playing surface. If you’re planning on watching most of those games at home, hockey season is the best season to start winterizing your home.

Oct 15, 2015
Attention Flyers Fans! Hockey season is upon us. There is nothing quite like the thrill of sitting inside a sea of orange and black, screaming until you’re red in the face (or orange) as players CRASH against the glass. The puck gets loose; an orange and black figure glides like lightning and SLAMS it straight and true into the net. Fans go wild! There’s screaming, there’s jumping, and even the occasional high five. It’s exhilarating. And all that energy helps to keep you warm inside the arena where cold temperatures are needed to maintain the icy playing surface. If you’re planning on watching most of those games at home, hockey season is the best season to start winterizing your home.
 
Keep the heat in and the cold out:
 
There are lots of things homeowners can do to keep hard-earned money from drifting out of the house. Insulation can be added, bags of leaves lining the foundation against a thick plastic, or gaps sealed with a caulking gun. And windows can be sealed inside or out with plastic. All these things do help in keeping heat in and cold out, but there is an even more energy-efficient way to help keep heat in. New Windows!
 
Here are some reasons why new windows from Window Nation are a great idea:
  1. Clearer view: If you have older windows, there’s a good chance they aren’t as clear as they once were. Brand new glass will bring in more light and allow you to enjoy the beauty of your yard, the birds outside your window, or whatever it is you enjoy looking out at. Also, the new windows themselves will add beauty to the inside and outside of your home. And keep in mind; new, clear windows won’t need to be covered in plastic. So you’ll have a crisp, clear view and will save yourself the hours it takes to plastic up all those old windows

  2. Convenience: With brand new windows, gone will be the days of having to prop up a window with a stick. And forget having to use all your strength to raise or lower a window because it doesn’t slide like it used to. New windows will open and close with ease.

  3. Energy Efficient: At Window Nation, we offer energy efficient windows that have the ENERGY STAR® symbol. These are at least twice as efficient as the average window manufactured just ten years ago. They cut your heating and cooling costs, reduce UV damage, and help make your home more comfortable. Our most popular energy-efficient glass options include: Extreme Low- E, Ultra Triple Pane, Ultimate Triple Pane, Solarban 70XL, Super Spacer, and Laminated Glass.
Browse the Window Nation Website and pick out the windows that will be perfect for your home then give us a call for perfect, expert installation.

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