Windows Hawaii customers can win big this football season with general manager Mario Garcia and the company’s ample rebates, incredible deals and flexible financing options.

Windows Hawaii was selected by customers as Hawaii’s best window replacement company for 11 years in a row, including first place in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Hawaii’s Best people’s choice awards for 10 consecutive years. Homeowners can look forward to amazing savings on stellar windows and siding as they tackle important home renovation projects.


Garcia and his team take great pride in working with clients who love the results and extraordinary benefits of Alii Extreme windows and Celect siding when building or upgrading their homes.

Celect siding increases the curb appeal and value of a dwelling, while also protecting it from the elements. Celect’s premium cellular composite siding gives the appearance of wood with a low-gloss finish available in 15 different colors. The product has superior strength-to-weight ratio and locks together like a puzzle, so there is no need to worry about filling in the gaps.

Windows Hawaii customers often package Alii Extreme windows and Celect siding when renovating their homes and enjoy compliments from neighbors that their house looks brand new. The sustainable components in the siding resist moisture and the product is warrantied to never warp, buckle or shift, unlike real wood or cement. The material is low maintenance, reduces worry about termites and keeps a home cooler, saving money in the long run.


“One of the greatest benefits is that it’s a near-zero maintenance product,” Garcia says. “You’ll never need to worry about caulking or delaminating, plus you can forget about mold, mildew, deterioration, scrubbing or hiring expensive painters.”

Garcia explains that customers rely on Windows Hawaii as the unsurpassed leader in the field, and with multiple discounts available, it’s the perfect time to upgrade to the company’s top-quality products. He stresses the importance of researching and using top-notch products installed by industry professionals — and make sure companies are vetted by the Better Business Bureau, hold valid licenses, and are bonded and insured to avoid risk. Competitors may offer lower prices, but with that comes the increased possibility that service and product quality will be lacking, especially when compared to the high standards of Windows Hawaii.

“There are some companies not accredited by the BBB and mislead customers to think they are,” Garcia says. “It’s important to check with various trusted sources — including the BBB, Department of Planning and Permitting, City & County records and sites such as Yelp — to find helpful reviews and guidance during the process. We offer unmatched customer service; call us and experience it today!”


Windows Hawaii sends aloha, thoughts and prayers to those affected by the devastating wildfires on Maui. The Windows Hawaii team encourages those who would like to help with the disaster response and recovery effort to donate to Hawaii Community Foundation’s Maui Strong Fund online at

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