Heating Things Up with Allied Siding & Windows

Allied Siding & Windows
Allied Siding & Windows

Even as we head into the heart of fall, many of us are still running the AC, and as the cooler temperatures eventually come around, the heaters will fire up. Either way, we want to keep our homes feeling comfortable and keep our money from flying out the window with sky high bills. Leonard Courtright is the President of Allied Siding & Windows and he showed us how we can save money with the latest technology in windows. Leonard used a heat lamp to compare the difference between a single pane window and the technology behind a window from Allied Siding & Windows. All of the windows installed by Allied Siding and Windows are custom made and fitted specifically for each customer’s home, eliminating the inefficient practice of “forcing” stock windows into existing openings. The Woodright window from Andersen features a genuine wood interior to give your home the look and warmth of natural wood. A composite material forms the exterior to protect against the extremes of the Texas climate. For more information, call 512-674-3464 or visit them online at alliedsidingandwindows.com.

Sponsored by Allied Siding & Windows. Opinions expressed by guests on this program are solely those of the guest(s) and are not endorsed by this television station.



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