Replacement windows and doors can be a sizeable investment in your home—especially if your home is sizeable. Don’t get us wrong—we believe new windows and doors are a great investment, since they add value to a home and also help homeowners save money on their monthly energy bills, but nevertheless, they do come with a cost that’s not insignificant for the average homeowner.
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It’s been a while since we’ve posted about a customer review, but when we came across this Yelp review by Ani N. in Oakland, we knew we had to share it on our blog.
According to Ani’s review, we were one of eight companies she contacted when shopping for replacement windows. She says that she
As a replacement window company that sells windows in the San Jose and Pleasanton areas, we’ve had a lot of decisions to make about the types of products we sell to our customers. Do we go with windows made by well-known brands? Should we sell windows that are top-of-the-line or more budget-friendly—or a combination of both? Should we use our own teams of installers or outsource the installation?
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Not many homeowners are well versed on the differences among the various brands of replacement windows. On the surface, they all look pretty much the same, so it can be tempting to just choose the cheapest windows you can find. But there are definitely differences from one brand to the next. There are also upgrade options to consider. Is a sound suppression package really worth the added cost? Should you buy the most energy-efficient windows on the market? A replacement window company that’s committed to providing good customer service can explain the differences to you and help you pick the best windows for your home. They can recommend the upgrades you need, and will tell you which ones won’t benefit you.
January and February are typically the coldest months we see in the San Jose area. Evening temperatures can sometimes get down below freezing. Relatively speaking, the San Jose area has pretty mild weather year-round—especially when you compare it to other parts of the country that see sub-zero temperatures in the winter—but the inside of your home can still get pretty cold at night in the winter.