Window “Panes” – Part Two: What Doesn’t Matter

Window “Panes” – Part Two: What Doesn’t MatterThe title of the post sounds a little bit lackadaisical, doesn’t it? That’s not normally the modus operandi of the team at Valley Windows. In fact, if you ask any of our customers or fans – yes, we have fans – they would share completely different adjectives about us. They’d share that we’re diligent, compassionate, hard-working and kind. They would say that we take our work very seriously, and that we care about our team and our customers a great deal. All of these align on our blog. Consider it the water-cooler that you see on television office shows. We gather around it and go back-and-forth on what we think is working well in the industry, and where we think that the team at Valley Windows can really step up and fill the voids that we’ve noticed. We also know how to have fun, and all have (objectively) wonderful senses of humor. That’s why, in our last post, we kicked off the theme of “window panes” …

We’re pretty proud of ourselves for this one and think that it will probably resurface a time or two. Last time, we took it pretty figuratively. We talked about the different pains that you can experience, either when you’re installing or replacing a new window. Today, we’re flipping the coin and level-setting on the small irritations that you shouldn’t feel too badly about at all. Read on for more information:

What Doesn’t Matter:

1. The continued spot in the corner that just won’t seem to go away. Yes, we understand that it can be difficult to see time and time again. But there are cleaning products for that! All it takes is a little bit of elbow grease. Dirt and grime are 99% of the time, NOT a reason to replace your window. All it takes is some time set aside on a weekend day to shine it up like new.

2. The style of your window. We know that buying, or renting, a home can be a big deal. So, make sure that you do your homework in advance and feel comfortable with the style of not only your windows and doors, but every architectural element of your future home! If you don’t, that was your opportunity before you fork out a lot more cash and for a silly reason. Grow to love the amazing investment that you made. You made it for a reason.

3. The size of the window. This is kind of a toss-up, but it’s one worth mentioning on this list. It falls in the same category of the style of your window. If having a ton of natural light in your home is important to you, then you should make sure that you have that discussion with all of the experts in the beginning. Resizing windows after the fact can be a nightmare on both the wallet and your timeline, and it’s not stress that you should have to put yourself through.

Questions? Comments? Give us a shout. We’d love to hear from you.