When it comes to top-grade windows that boast unbeatable quality, Windows Hawaii is your one-stop shop. According to general manager Mario Garcia, all products at Windows Hawaii are known for their durability.

“Customers often sacrifice quality for price when they’re looking for windows,” Garcia explained. “They pay a little less, but what they’re actually getting is a lot less when it comes to quality of product. At Windows Hawaii, you pay for quality of product with minimal maintenance.”


Since its inception in 2007, Windows Hawaii has been recognized as the fastest-growing window company in the Islands. It is an exclusive distributor of Alii Extreme windows and doors by Anlin Windows Systems — a quality windows manufacturer. The Alii Extreme window is specifically made to meet Hawaiian weather demands, and Garcia stated that it’s the leading window on the market and includes a lifetime warranty.


“Even though the Alii Extreme is an Anlin window, it’s made specifically for here,” he said. “If customers get an Alii Extreme from us, there’s a lifetime warranty on that window.”

All Anlin windows are made using cutting-edge technology and high-quality materials, specifically noting the use of INFINIT e PLUS.


“INFINIT e is a coating on the inside and the PLUS is the coating on the outside,” he said. “Nobody else in the island carries that — it’s exclusive to Anlin. If customers don’t get INFINIT e PLUS, they’re not getting the protection they deserve.”

Windows Hawaii also features Monte Verde products. “The Monte Verde line is a contractors’ grade — it’s the windows preferred by contractors,” Garcia confirmed.

Garcia encouraged customers to plan ahead for the next storm season. “Customers are calling us about our Storm Package — our most popular package — but since we’re already into the season, August will be the earliest we can do installations,” he said. “However, we’ll have our Storm Package available all-year round at an additional charge.


“It features 3/16-inch thick glass (triple-strength glass) as part of the integrated glass unit, or IGU,” Garcia added. “Due to popular demand, we brought it back, free of charge, when purchasing eight or more windows until June 18. Potential savings depend on the number of windows purchased.”

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