Home Improvement

Hi Friends,

If you are considering a home improvement project, like new windows and doors or a new roof, you are well on your way to increasing the resale value of your home and property. However, choosing the right company for the job sometimes proves a difficult challenge. Here are a few tips that can take the stress out of your search and help you narrow down your choices.

“At Premier Windows, we want you to invest. We want you to invest your time and money in a product that you decide will be in your home, so we will educate you in every area of the process. Education is key to what we do!”

Call John Today at 501-327-8800 to make your home or property the best that it can be.

Home Improvement Contractor Search: The Checklist
According to a recent survey commissioned by Angie’s List, 50% of homeowners who had recently hired a contractor for their home improvement needs were not happy with the company or had problems during the project. Furthermore, 30% of the homeowners either wanted to or did actually fire the contractors they hired. The most common complaints were contractors not showing up on time, leaving messes behind, and not finishing the job on time or on budget.

Here at Premier Windows we understand that choosing a dependable and honest contractor is not an easy process. I suggest that you follow these steps in your initial search that may give you peace of mind. If you are considering a home improvement company, it would be in your best interest to:

  • Check out their website. Are there testimonials or reviews on their website and if so, are they recent, and do they seem to be genuine?
  • Search the Better Business Bureau for any reviews or infractions connected to the contractor. This agency is a great source of information especially concerning the integrity of local businesses.
  • Talk to your neighbors and friends. Word of mouth is an invaluable source of information relating to a contractor’s history and job performance. Hearing it from the horse’s mouth is probably the best method of determining who and who is not on your list of potential contractors.
  • A Google search on a potential contractor may reveal a lot about the company such as links to customer reviews and ratings, and other important information.
  • Check that the contractor is licensed and/or bonded before you research the company any further. Many states, but not all, require contractors to be licensed and/or bonded. Check with your local building department or consumer protection agency to find out about licensing requirements in your area. Licensing can range from simple registration to a detailed qualification process. If your state or locality has licensing laws, make sure the contractor’s license is current.

If you follow these simple steps, your home improvement project should be a joy and not a hassle. Make sure the company you choose has the proper insurance papers. Always get references and read testimonials. Premier Windows always carries all of these to our free in-home consultations.

Final Thoughts
All of our products at Premier Windows are American made: all of them! We firmly believe in supporting local industries and commerce. We believe in being a part of our community and giving back. We want to give our customers a superior product at a fair price, so we offer 100% satisfaction on all of our work. Our products come with a lifetime limited warranty, and our glass comes with a 25 year/ lifetime breakage warranty.

“At Premier Windows we put people first. By doing this, we will exceed our customers’ expectations every time.” -John Lambert, Premier Windows

Call John Today at 501-327-8800 to make your home or property the best that it can be.

Premier Windows is a company you can trust for all your home improvement needs. We are number one in Arkansas for customer service and quality.

John J. Lambert is the owner of Premier Windows and has over 40 years experience in the Home Improvement industry.

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