Opting for quality always pays off in the long run
For the penny-pincher who dwells within most consumers, it is more than likely that a poor decision on certain purchases resulted in an eventual waste of the same money that was supposed to be saved in the first place.
For example, there is that $1 gas station LED flashlight that fell apart at the click of the button the very next day; or the 50-cent pen from the market that dried up even before the first use. Despite our better judgment, excessive frugality catches up to all of us sooner or later.
When it comes to the well-being of your house and family, Windows Hawaii wants to help island residents make sure these mistakes are not made on the most valuable investments of your life.
The company offers a plethora of superior home products to spruce up the interior and exterior of one’s house during a renovation, such as siding, patio covers and, of course, windows and doors.
“It’s our quality that set us apart from others, making us unmatched by others,” said general manager Mario Garcia. He reminds customers that it is not always price that should be the determining factor, especially on important purchases.
“A lot of people tend to go for price, and they end up sacrificing quality,” explained Garcia. “Sometimes the cheaper product ends up requiring homeowners to fill in with a patch here, and a patch there. So it’s quality that really comes up better in the long run.”
The company’s Alii Extreme line of windows and doors by Anlin manufacturers, for example, bestows homeowners with security, sound efficiency and energy efficiency. Among the greatest perks of Anlin is its True Double Lifetime Warranty on all of its products.
“Manufacturers have a choice, but Anlin decided that bringing quality products to customers and achieving customer satisfaction are the highest priorities, even over making a profit,” said Garcia. “Low priced windows obviously don’t have the quality materials that would merit a higher price point. They usually use subpar materials in order to keep the price low.”
When it comes to churning out lasting products, Anlin ensures its windows and doors are the best in its class. As far as the warranty goes, customers can expect a superb lifetime installation and product warranty on the windows for as long as you own your home. This includes a lifetime Complimentary Accidental Glass Breakage Replacement feature.
Should you sell your home, the warranty is fully transferrable through a simple process and is good for life for the subsequent homeowner, too. Once the home is sold, a transfer of ownership must be made known to Anlin through a simple phone call to Windows Hawaii. While competitors offer a mere 45 days for this transfer to happen, Anlin allows a 120-day transfer time frame, making the moving transition much less stressful. With so many factors going on in a move, it’s easy to overlook a window warranty transfer of ownership that needs some extra attention. Additionally, while other companies may charge a “handling cost” transfer fee, of $75 for example, Windows Hawaii honors the ownership transfer at no charge at all.