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I believe WindowPRO has a very good product and I am very pleased with the installation and the look of the product. I think it enhances the look of the home.
Everything went quite well from beginning to end.
We have had window panes replaced on 3 windows so far. the work has been well done. Pricing went up very significantly for the 3rd window which was just done. One pane cost us more to replace than the whole window had when we had it replaced.
YOUR EMPLOYEES WERE RESPECTFUL OF MY HOME, PLEASANT TO WORK WITH AND HELPFUL WITH ANY QUESTIONS I HAD. YOUR PRODUCT EXCEEDED EXPECTATIONS AND LOOK GREAT!!
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