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The Ultimate Guide to Replacing Your Home’s Windows

Shopping for new windows or doors can be a big investment, and it’s smart to make an informed decision.
Here are some of our best tips and expertise to help.

The “Fast Track” button takes you to our top three or four must-read articles, “Show Me Everything” is the full list of all articles with a short summary of each one, or you can jump down the page, where we’ve segmented the articles into three major categories: before the purchase, installation, and after the work is done. Still have questions, or want to see an article on a topic we haven’t covered yet? Our social media and contact information is at the bottom of the page.




Window Replacements Ultimate Guide: Before Installation


Here’s what you might like to know before making a purchase. These articles cover everything from styles, materials and options to choosing the right installer for your new replacement windows.

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What happens during a sales appointment, and on the day of installation? This category covers everything you need to know. No surprises.

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An important step of choosing a reputable installer is checking out their reputation. These four areas are worth checking out:
1. Complaints: Check their record with the Arizona Registrar. Do they have any sanctions or complaints?
2. BBB: Do they have a solid rating with the Better Business Bureau? Do they respond to complaints and is the volume reasonable?
3. AWARDS: What underscores reputation more than awards? See what they’ve won. Do they include awards that bolster credibility, and showcase ethics, workmanship or a positive culture?
4. Reviews: Be sure to check out their customer reviews in places like Google, Yelp, Angi, Nextdoor and Rosie on the House. Do they look authentic? What do they say? Do they reflect any reoccurring patterns of concern?


Andersen 100 Series vs Pella Impervia: Salesperson Sample of product

Composite vs. Fiberglass: Andersen 100 Series & Pella Impervia

DunRite Compares The Two Most Popular High-End Windows In the world of high-end windows, it can be hard to come up with an apples-to-apples comparison …

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