There are a staggering amount of exterior window and doors to choose from in Denver. And not all windows and doors are created equal. Not by a long shot.
The sheer number causes “buying paralysis”in some homeowners. In other words—they are faced with so many choices, they end up not making any choice at all!
If you feel you’re in the same boat, don’t worry. When buying new windows or doors, you simply need to know what determines quality. With the following information, you’ll acquire the knowledge needed to make a confident buying decision.
Here are five of the most important aspects to consider when buying exterior windows and doors in Denver…
This seems obvious. But it can often be hard for homeowners to tell if a window or door is high quality just by looking.
To ensure you get superior windows and doors, here are a few questions you need to ask:
Asking these questions will give you a solid foundation for separating low-quality and high-quality windows and doors.
A company’s reputation is a surefire way to tell if a window and door company is high quality. Here are a few things to look for…
How the company provides a quote can make or break the quality of your project and overall experience.
Why? A few reasons.
First, the quote is crucial in determining the right windows and doors for your home and budget. A company should explore your options with you, ask you questions, and get a good feel for what you’re looking for.
Second, how a company handles the quote is indicative of how they’ll handle the rest of the project. If they apply sales pressure and play pricing games during the quote, it means they don’t respect their customers. When it comes time to do the actual job, how do you think they’ll treat your home (and everyone in it)?
On the other hand, a Denver window and door company that provides a fair and straightforward quote—without the fluff—will show you the respect you deserve. These are the kinds of companies that care about their customers. And it shows in everything they do—from start to finish.
In Denver, there IS a “right” price for windows. As such, you want to make sure you don’t go “cheap”on substandard windows and doors…or overpay for quality ones.
So, how do you know if you’re getting great value?
Making sure the company is good regarding the second and third items on this list (their track record and quote process, respectively) is a solid indication that they charge fair prices. The company’s overhead could also be a tipoff as to the value they offer—companies with fancy showrooms and huge advertising budgets often overcharge to cover costs. And, of course, getting multiple quotes from different exterior window and door companies in Denver will provide you with insight as to who is offering the best value.
Mistakes happen. It’s inevitable.
This is why it’s key to go with a Denver window and door company that provides hearty, “gotcha”-free warranties on both product and installation. Nobody is perfect. Even the most meticulous exterior window and door company in Denver makes a mistake 1 out of a 100 times. So it’s important to choose a company that will own up to a problem and do everything in their power to fix it for you at no charge.
Long, loophole-free warranties also demonstrate that a company stands behind its work and product. The company knows their workmanship and materials are of the highest quality—and will last their customers for decades. Lengthy window and door warranties provide peace of mind that you are ALWAYS protected.
Choosing the right exterior windows and doors for your Denver home is tough. Fortunately, you don’t have to go through the process alone.
If you have ANY questions about your window or door project, reach out to us. We’re more than happy to answer your questions. We’ll give you the candid, straightforward answers you need—no sales pitch or fluff.
You can also request one of our famous Online Quotes right now. Take two minutes to tell us about your project. We’ll follow up with an emailed ironclad quote on our award-winning windows or doors. It’s that easy!
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