Thursday, December 16, 2010
It is a good time to call and make arangements for these improvements now. As always feel free to contact us at our phone number, 614-375-4444 or email us at email@example.com .
Also, as you can see the new website is in early and looking great. Thanks to all who contributed. Everyone, keep emailing us. We want to keep improving. Next up is a glossery of terms. Coming soon...
Thursday, December 9, 2010
You can see the format in the background of this blog already but feel free to look at the new site and give us feedback at www.thermaprowindows.com/test
Well, its too late to get windows installed for the tax credit and we are still working like crazy to catch up with the installs we have. But its never too late to save with our products.
Our customers have seen how our pricing is about half our competitors for the same quality or better in many cases. Give us a call at 614-374-4444 or call me directly at 614-271-3330 for an estimate.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Please call now to set up your measure and to insure your place in line for install and eligibility for tax credit for your new vinyl windows, siding, and door products.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Take a look and tell us what you think.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Example: sold elsewhere $1299 EX-1-no Gr,
Our Price $ 389.00
5% off -19.45
tax rebate -110.86
Net Price $258.69 ARE YOU KIDDING ME???? No Excuses anymore!!!
You gotta be out of your mind not to get this. Lifetime warranty, install included, wrap included, argon, low-e, upgraded elite, extra strong.
Special ends 11/15/2010 May never come back.
Friday, October 29, 2010
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
Friday, October 8, 2010
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
With our prices being so low, they quality of the products and the tax refund. It would be silly not to do it now.
Monday, September 13, 2010
Friday, September 3, 2010
Monday, August 23, 2010
Monday, August 9, 2010
We will be rolling out a new and improved website in months to come. We are working on a very informative video, and improved website with better graphics and easier to get aroound. We are very excited about the changes to come and welcome your input on how to make our site and our company better.
Thursday, July 29, 2010
We hope to serve to all of you soon.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
1.Raise your thermostat in the summer. This is the number one way to conserve energy.
2.When you are away from home for more than eight hours, raise the thermostat setting and you can expect to see a 1% savings for each degree of setback.
3.Visiting the U.S. Department of Energy website.
4.Keep shades closed when the air conditioner is on.
5.Check and clean filters. Cleaning and replacing air conditioning filters monthly allows the system to run more efficiently.
6.Install ceiling fans. Don't underestimate the importance of ceiling fans. The use of ceiling fans can mean savings of around 25% on cooling costs and can make the temperature seem 10 degrees cooler.
7.Run appliances with large energy use late in the evening. Use the dishwasher and clothes washer late in the evening.
8.Use cold water to wash dishes and clothes. This will save on water heating costs.
9.Unplug equipment not in use. Electric chargers, televisions and audio/video equipment use electricity and produce heat even when they are not in use. Running an older refrigerator can use up to three times the energy of a modern one. Unplug any appliance when it's not in use.
10.Turn off lights. Turn lights off when exiting a room. Consider replacing incandescent bulbs with energy efficient compact florescent lights (CFLs). And remember to recycle CFLs whenever possible.
Monday, June 14, 2010
As you know Vinyl Replacement Windows, but also wood windows, and wood clad. Wood clad is a vinnear over vinyl windows. I can be stained. Some people like a wood look inside and vinyl outside. This is also an option.
We also supply vinyl gutters and soffits.
We sell the best doors, including - French Doors, front doors, screen doors etc.
Of course we also have the best vinyl siding. You will love how we sell siding with over 1 1/4 inches of insulation for the price of the cheap garbage some people sell with no insulation.
How do we do it? We don't take advantage of you. We make enough money without gouging you.
Call us. Lets talk.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
I wrote about them.
We have a new promotion going on right now and people seem very receptive to it. We are beating any deal on comparable windows or siding. No one can touch us. Why? No one wants to do a deal and make a small percentage profit on it. We will though. We want referrals and happy customers. Try us out. Call today!
Monday, May 24, 2010
I have seen so many ads recently promising 30% off, 50% off, free windows, free installation etc. How do you know what the best value is. Book mark this page.
1.) Most double hung windows have 2 panes of glass, argon and low E.
Double hung means that both the upper and lower sash move
These windows can tilt in for easy cleaning
These windows have a U-factor rating of .29-.31. This number measures
efficiency and energy loss.
Argon is a gas put between the panes for insulation
Low E keeps the suns heat out in the summer while allowing it in, in the winter
These are the main things to look for. If the window doesn’t have all of these, you may want to try another company.
2.) Most companies make 100%+ profit on the windows they sell you. This includes all the famous names you know about. We work hard and keep our markup low. This way we get referrals and make a profit without heavy advertising.
3.) Don’t get lost. Don’t just be a number. We work hard to make sure you are 100% happy with the service and installation of our windows, siding, and doors. We will make it right if there is a problem.
Friday, May 7, 2010
Spring is here and people are exciting about working on their homes. New vinyl replacement windows, siding, roofing, doors etc. we are all excited to get out of the house and do something to beautify or neighborhood.
Business has definitely been brisk as the lead laws start to take effect. People are in a big hurry to install their upgrades before fees go up in July due to the new precautions that must be taken and the fees involved.
Word of advise, don’t wait more and a week or two from now to place your orders.
Friday, April 30, 2010
What does this mean to you?
If your home was built before 1978, we have to test for lead paint. There is only 1 test available for testing. You can test all kinds of surfaces with it. But there is 1 problem, the test is not recommended for accuracy on walls. ???? EPA, are you serious? So, if you are doing work and connot verify if there is lead paint, you should assume that there IS. I personally have taken this course, and it is going to add about $80 per window to installs. Why do I not like this law?
1.) You cant test easily so in most cases you assume there is lead.
2.) Before you test a surface, you need to clean it. Why? You can bring in enough lead from dust from outside to make the test positive for lead, even if there is no lead.
3.) If the area has to be tested to show it was cleaned properly, it must be cleaned withing 1 hr of the job being completed. This is because, contamination from you will show excessive levels in about an hour.
4.) Plastic used to cover within 6 feet of the jobsite inside and 20 feet outside can not be reused. So, 20 FEET OF PLASTIC ON ALL SIDES OD THE HOUSE WHERE WORK IS DONE MUST BE THROW AWAY. Is this right? How much lead are we talking about. We are talking about 1 sugar packet worth of lead exceeds the safe level for a house. But outside there can be 50 times that much in the air.
5.) I am all for safety. Safety... not just money for the EPA to create fake jobs and not really help people.
Next year, they are proposing,..... All home be checked within 1 hour of cleaning a jobsite. Estimated cost to homeowner $700-3000 per job.
Thank you for your help EPA.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
The area was full of hundreds of contractors, many not with the BBB, and from out of state, piggybacking with local companies licenses and using local company names to get work. Be aware of who you hire.
There were, in some cases, hundreds of holes insiding on homes from the golf ball size hail that fell. If you need help with your insurance company, or they are giving you a hard time about repairs please do not hesitate to ask us for help.
You work hard for your home and you pay good money for th security of insurance, and you deserve to have your home back in the condition it was in before - or better.
Friday, April 9, 2010
This could add up to $90 per window to the price of vinyl replacement windows and vinyl siding will also go up for affected homes.
The good news is that tax credit will help you get most or all of this back. We will keep you updated as we get more info. We are prepared for the coming changes and will continue to serve you with no lapse in service.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
What effect will this have. In my opinion, you will not call a company to do the work. You may call us for the windows and do the job yourself. If you do, will the installation be done right? Wil you lose your warranty? Will you just go to the hardware store, buy an inferior window, install it yourself and see very little savings or none at all.
The bottom line is, the govenment in a way is taking back the 30% energy tax credit back, and taxing you for having an older home and wanting to do the right thing and update it. People may keep their less efficient windows.
Also, as you know, the energy bill did not pass. The president decided to make it happen anyway by giving the EPA the right to enforce the same laws that were voted down by Republicans and Demorcats. The EPA now recognizes carbon dioxide (what we breathe out) as a poison and therefore can fine us for it. I urge you to replace you windows now before these laws take effect. Take control now, get you $1500 tax credit now, finance you windows, no payments no interest for 12 months, enjoy your savings now.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
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