AAA Screen and Window

In 1959, Mr. W.C. Spivey, in the garage of his Atlanta home, began making aluminum window screens and doors. Show more

In 1959, Mr. W.C. Spivey, in the garage of his Atlanta home, began making aluminum window screens and doors.

A few years later, he began producing storm windows and storm doors. Soon thereafter, he saw a need for complete window and door replacement.

Initially, Mr. Spivey was a one-man operation. As his reputation for a quality product and excellent service grew, he became busy enough to add employees and expand his operation.

In the 1960’s his sons David and Mike Spivey joined the business. They have continued to work as a family business since then.

AAA Screen and Window company local officeAAA Screen & Window Co. has continued to grow their business in a competitive Atlanta market due to their commitment to top-notch products and downhome service.

The Spiveys have always based their business on a foundation of Integrity and Personal Attention to every job, from start to finish. They stand by their name and guarantee their work.

AAA Screen and Window can be trusted with your investment in your home. Ask for Mike or David and experience “A BETTER WAY TO DO BUSINESS”!
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