Quality that shines through
When it’s time to find a reputable company to do renovations, American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) standards may not be the first qualifying factor that comes to a customer’s mind. But, Windows Hawaii is set apart from other businesses because all of the company’s window installations are done in accordance to AAMA standards.
“You won’t find this level of quality at any other company on the island,” said general manager Mario Garcia.
The AAMA has been dedicated to the promotion of quality window, skylight, storefront and door products since 1936. The AAMA consists of the top individuals of the top brands in the construction field, according to Windows Hawaii production manager Kurt Malley.
“They have standards and practices in regards to the manufacturing and installation of the windows,” Malley explained. “They’re proven, recommended methods. Their standards are like a how-to for the best way to install windows. All of our window installations are done in accordance to those AAMA standards. At Windows Hawaii, we use those standards exclusively; we don’t stray away from them at all.”
Windows Hawaii keeps up-to-date with the industry’s latest practices and standards so the company can provide its customers with the best service possible. Malley, who has been with Windows Hawaii for three years, is the only AAMA Installation Masters certified installer (see aamanet.org for details) on the island of Oahu. He says that being AAMA certified makes Windows
Hawaii distinct because of its dedication to uphold the highest of standards.
“When they go with Windows Hawaii, customers can have peace of mind knowing that they have someone that’s factory trained and AAMA-trained in charge of their job,” Malley said. “They can rest assured that the windows will be installed the right way every time.”
Customer Donna Campbell came across Windows Hawaii after several attempts to find a reputable contractor to do renovations on her home. She had originally signed with another contractor, who couldn’t do the job in the end. Campbell then turned to Windows Hawaii.
“The installation of the windows was done first class,” Campbell confirmed. “It wasn’t just the end product; it was the whole process that was enjoyable.”
“When you come across a company that does their job properly, you’re happy to share that with friends,” she summarized. “Windows Hawaii deserves business — they did what they said they were going to do, and they did it well.”