Cautionary Tales When You Leave Your Windows Open
These are never the sorts of posts that we want to write. That being said, a lot of the time, they’re the most important posts that we can write. These are the tips and tricks, the best practices, the practices that we advocate for and those that we advocate against. The team at Valley Windows is all about having the backs of not only our current customers, but also our prospective ones. We don’t just see you as customers, we see you as a valued base of friends, and know that our relationships with you will continue long after the work is done.
For those unfamiliar, the Valley Windows team is committed to bringing you a better view. And while that means the best windows and doors in the business, it also means standing up a blog with tips and tricks to keep them in the best shape possible. We will always share the best practices around cleaning and caring for our products and those that you already have, but it starts with basic safety.
Part of the reason that we did get into this business, was to add value and beauty to your homes. But safety comes first and there are always cautionary tales that should be shared, in order to reiterate the easy ways to keep your home and loved ones secure and comfortable. We’ve talked about best practices. Here are articles where we wish that others had listened to our advice:
We Asked 86 burglars how they Broke Into Homes
We don’t know about you, but we think that the title says it all. It’s jarring information to be aware of, but professional burglars know their way around most security devices. That being said, the biggest mistake that homeowners have made, is when they leave their windows open. That allows easy access, no matter the height of the window or accessibility to the property, if the burglars have experience. Learn more, here.
Opening Windows So Only Breeze Passes Through
It sounds poetic, doesn’t it? In fact, it’s sound advice from a group of storied journalists, who can ensure that you’re able to enjoy the great outdoors, from the comfort of indoors, and the security of knowing that you’re okay experiencing both. Experts share the best ways to ventilate and relax, no matter what the weather is outside. Learn more, here.
21 Things a Burglar Won’t Tell You
You would assume that a burglar wouldn’t tell you anything, but in this article, you’ll learn about more than 20 that could come in handy to keep your home tightly protected. We won’t give any spoilers, but we will say that this is a list that’s worth reading, no matter if you’ve owned your home for a while, or are just moving in. Learn more, here.
All of the above aside, you’re set up for success when you reach out to the Valley Windows team. We look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have.