September 24, 2015
Houses age--just like people. When they're first built, they have the skin and bones of a newborn. Resilient. Strong. But, over time, things start to sag, the frame starts to creak, and eventually…
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The installation of new replacement windows is just as important as the quality of the window itself. Purchasing a premium window is only half of the battle; an improper installation could result in building code violations, air infiltration, may void the manufacturers warranty and more importantly, water infiltration that could damage the structure of your home.
Our window installation crews only install windows, nothing else.
They average more than 16 years of window installation experience
Last year they received an average of 23 hours of continuing training on window installation
And they installed nearly 750 windows per crew
A great window is only great if it is installed properly. So many homeowners overlook the installation process as they focus too much on the actual window itself. At Window Nation, an amazing 25% of our business is replacing replacement windows. There are so many inferior windows on the market and then adding in poor installation can only result into major issues. How would you feel if you have had to pay for new windows twice?
At Window Nation, we have collaborated with one of America's most elite window manufacturers in the United States: Soft-Lite windows. Having said that, all of our windows are installed by factory trained Soft-Lite installers that are certified through the installation master's program. You will never have to worry about improper installation or voided warranties because the manufacturer is installing the windows for you. So many companies out there use poorly trained installers that aren't window professionals, moreover a jack of all trades. All of Window Nation's installers are full-time, dedicated windows installers.
Lastly, for your peace of mind, all of Window Nation's factory trained installers have gone through extensive background checks and are subjected to random drug testing.