NEX-GEN Featured in Colorado at Home Posted on August 7, 2020 By:Ben Westdorp Nex-Gen Featured in Colorado at Home WHAT AN HONOR IT WAS We had the tremendous opportunity of being featured recently in an article from At Home Colorado. At Home Colorado publishes weekly online articles and presents engaging content about Colorado homes and real estate, from buying and selling to improvement, landscaping and design. They’re one of the premier online publications for Local real estate news, tips and home improvement ideas from across the Colorado Front Range. Our owner, Brent Rajewski, recently sat down with Adam Goldstein from At Home Colorado to discuss the value of an expert home window product paired with premier window replacement customer service for Colorado homeowners. Here are a few excerpts from the article to see what was discussed: NEX-GEN FEATURE IN COLORADO AT HOME When it comes to offering customers the most critical and effective tips about installing new doors and windows in older homes, father and son point to the importance of materials. In homes that don’t feature an existing Tyvek wrap under the door or window frame, for example, the right kind of materials are critical. Those include the proper kind of caulk, an adhesive that will properly keep out dust, dirt, drafts and bugs. It can also include the installation of heavy-duty construction tape and pans… In addition to saving money on monthly energy bills, Rajewski said a solid seal can keep out dirt, insects, smells, condensation and even noise. Indeed, he said noisy and drafty windows and doors are often the most obvious sign of compromised seals. “It’s about protecting the investment of your home,” he said. “Our high-performance glass keeps out the cold in the winter; it also creates a cave effect in the summer that stops about 95 percent of the infrared rays from coming in. “It’s about creating a more comfortable environment,” he added… That’s why training is such an important part of the approach at NexGen, Ted Rajewski said. The company’s installers attend regular training sessions outside of Colorado to keep up on the latest trends in the industry and to stay literate in the most up-to-date materials and installation techniques. “Our guys are all certified master technicians,” he said. “Our installers go back to Warroad, Minnesota or Chicago to keep up their certifications through Marvin Windows and Doors. It’s important to keep on top of the latest trends.” That fluency and currency can make the critical difference when it comes to properly installing windows and doors in a home that’s more than 30 years old. Retrofitting an older structure with the latest materials isn’t a haphazard endeavor – it requires a combination of materials, know-how and individualized attention. For the Rajewskis and the rest of the crew at Loveland’s NexGen, it also necessitates a connection with the community. The fact that Brent Rajewski, the owner or the business, still draws advice and expertise from his father, who boasts a fluency built up over more than 30 years, speaks to the business’s emphasis on community, family and consistency. “We look at our customers as our neighbors,” he said. “It doesn’t matter if we have 10 or 150; we have a connection to them.” Read Full Article HereIt’s always an honor when we have a new opportunity to share with the Colorado Front Range Community about the Nex-Gen difference. Thank you for the opportunity At Home Colorado!