Chicago Window Guys
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We had an older door that was leaky/drafty and damaged to a point it was time to be replaced. We ended up agreeing to a contract with Russ, The Chicago Window Guy. His crew was out and did a fantastic job. My wife and I are both happy with our beautiful new doors. This is a definite would hire again.Mar 21, 2018Verified
Prompt, courteous, and knowledgeable. Windows will be installed after they are manufactured. Update: couldn't have gone better. The windows are very high quality and the guys that installed them did a great job. They removed and replaced four windows in under two hours, and the finished job looks very good, both inside and out. We will be having them back to install additional windows once we get some unrelated work performed by other contractors. Really looking forward to not having to mop the basement floor every time it rains or snow thaws. . .Mar 20, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Our pricing is based on the style of windows and doors desired, and the scope of installation needed. We make our own windows and install our own windows, eliminating the problems associated with sub-contracted labor. We only work in the Chicagoland area, and don't ship product all over the country. Which saves us money, keeping costs down and allowing us to offer the best product, with the best installation, at the best price. Guaranteed!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The problem with the window Industry is that they all look alike. You can have a $200 window or a $2000 window, and won't know whether you have a good product or a bad one until it's installed. We take the mystery out of the window buying process by thoroughly explaining and demonstrating how our product is built and how it performs. Most companies don't want you to see what's inside there frames. Our initial consultation will enlighten and inform you, so that you can make an educated decision versus simply rolling the dice.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?As industry veterans for decades, we've seen the advances technology in windows and doors change over the years. Where some manufacturers have adapted and changed with the times, others have remained stagnant to save money. Some companies, for example, still use metal spacing systems between the pains of glass which lead to the widespread industry problem known as seal failure. The most expensive job is the one you have to do twice. We help you get the project done right the first time, with a lifetime warranty, ensuring you'll never have to worry about replacing your windows and doors again.