A Deal of the Century on Windows

We all want something to pass down through the family, a valuable piece of jewelry, precious family photos, and sometimes, even the family home can actually stay in the family. It has a better chance of looking great for future generations, especially if the windows are made to last. Leonard Courtright and John Culver with Allied Siding & Windows joined us in the studio to tell us more. We’re moving into the summer months, and you know what that means, hot weather and bigger energy bills. The Generations window will help keep that heat outside, and the Century warranty means that you don’t have to worry about it for years and years and years and years.

Generations Window Vinyl Frame:

  • 100% virgin vinyl.
  • Built for the Texas climate; does not soak up humidity or rot due to water from heavy rains.
  • Requires no maintenance.

Generations Window Glass:

  • Double strength (twice as thick).
  • Filled with argon gas (six times denser than air, so it blocks that Texas heat).

The Generations windows are beautiful and even though they look like wood, they’re still vinyl, so you avoid the challenges that would can bring in this climate, but you get the beauty. In fact, you have more than 400 design and color combinations to choose from. With the Simonton Generations windows, you can make your home beautiful and give it the curb appeal it deserves. Allied Siding & Windows gave today’s viewers a special offer.

  • The first 50 callers will get $100 off of every window with any whole home window replacement. That’s $1 for every year of the Century Warranty!
  • The first 50 people who just let us do an estimate will receive a $25 Chili’s reimbursement.

You can text Allied to 25827 or call them 512-674-3464. For more details, 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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