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We Hold Ourselves To A Higher Standard…

Because Industry Standards Just Aren’t Good Enough.

Contractor Standards

Ever wondered how so many less than reputable contractors and home improvement companies make it into this industry? We have. The conclusion, we came to, is that industry standards just aren't good enough. That's why we hold ourselves to a higher standard and actually put those standards in writing.

We call it our Contractor Standards Guide, and you can use this guide (and the easy reference checklist) to judge any home improvement contractor near Provo…including us.

At the end of the day, if you choose to go with a different company we are totally o.k. with that. We know that we may not be for everyone. But one thing we must insist on is making sure you get the absolute best value for your money. Please make sure to use our checklist and standards guide to review and judge ANY home improvement company near Provo that you are thinking about.

To get your FREE copy of the Contractor Standards Guide just click here.

A lot of the replacement windows and doors near Provo that are being advertised and sold to consumers are "builder grade / contractor grade." These types of windows and doors barely meet the state, city and county code requirements and are designed and built to be purchased in bulk quantities by homebuilders and contractors… NOT CONSUMERS. The money you think you are saving now is going to cost you a fortune in time, frustration and lost money on energy bills.

To find out more about what a "real" window is and how it's supposed to function just click here.