Support local when buying vinyl windows
When purchasing vinyl windows or vinyl siding make sound decisions by buying local. Buying local has many benefits for homeowners in Hawaii. Mat-thew Houar, president of Tropical Wholesale and the foremost expert on vinyl siding and vinyl window products in Hawaii, explains the benefits of “buying local.”
1 Buying local keeps Hawaii dollars in the state.
2 Buying local creates local jobs for local people so yougner generations don’t have to go to the mainland.
3 Buying local means not having to call the mainland to solve product issues.
4 Buying local means not having to call the mainland to solve installation issues.
5 Buying local means your contractor will still be in business 10 or more years from now.
6 Buying local means you likely know someone the contractor knows.
7 Buying local is not full of empty promises from a mainland salesman.
8 Buying local is like dealing with your neighbor.
9 Buying local helps charities because local businesses often support local charities.
10 Buying local is something only locals understand. It’s the special way that Hawaii people treat Hawaii people. If you are really for Hawaii, you want to help Hawaii people.
Selling vinyl siding or vinyl windows is not about dollars as much as it’s about doing a great job for your neighbors. The owner of Tropical Wholesale — the original and first “Tropical” — has been selling vinyl windows and siding for more than 43 years in Hawaii. We now have more than 20,000 customers and have been servicing them since as far back as 1961. Plus, after 40-plus years, your local company will still be here to service you. Remember: “Vinyl is final,” that’s Tropical. Summing this all up, if you buy local, you have the best people, products and installation in Hawaii.
Call Tropical at 808-593-2000 or come to our showroom at 1351 South Beretania St., open 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.
Feel the aloha when you “buy local.”
CONTACT 808-593-2000 • 808-263-1252
ADDRESS 1351 S. Beretania St., Honolulu