A few months after moving in, we had a salesman come to our door asking if we wanted to buy new windows. We had been looking at replacing our windows with storm windows, but had not done it yet. Really, we hadn’t had the time and we didn’t know a lot about it.
The salesman sent one of their lead guys out to talk to us about the benefits of windows and blah, blah, blah. I thought it would be just a quick, boring meeting, then we could forget about the whole thing. Actually, the representative was very informative and helpful and even convinced us to buy the company’s windows.
The windows are custom built from Woodbridge. There are several things I love about Woodbridge.
What I’ve loved the most is the customer service. Obviously, we liked the salesman, but we also liked the installation crew. They finished the job in less than a day and they were very friendly and informative. They were very courteous the entire time they were at our house.
Second, I love the way the windows look. They have different color options, but we chose the white-trimmed windows. Eventually our house trim will be navy blue, so we thought it would be a good contrast.
And another thing that I love is all of the special features of a custom built window. They are triple pane windows with locks, which means that they are almost impossible to break into and let less dirt in the house (very important in dusty West Texas). You can also lock the window while it’s cracked open, so you can have fresh air without worrying about someone opening the window and intruding. Each half of the window can also open toward the inside of the house so I can clean the outside of the window from the inside of the house.
What sold us on the windows is how much money they will make us over time. We won’t notice the difference immediately, but in the next few years our electic bill will decrease because of how well the windows insulate the house. Jesse and I plan on staying in this house for a very long while, so we will benefit from this change.
But ofcourse, custom-made anything isn’t going to be cheap. Fortunately, Woodbridge Home Exteriors is very flexible and offers financing. This deal was perfect for us since we’re just starting out. I would and have recommended these windows and this company to anyone interested in updating their home.