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DEC. 8, 2019
      Give your home
a new look for the new year
BY ELIMA PANGORANG er conditions unique to Ha- energy and lower utility bills. tures that
   With the New Year approaching, many Hawaii
homeowners might be look- ing to spruce up their homes with a fresh look — which might include a new set of windows. If that’s the case, search no further than Win- dows Hawaii.
The company, led by gen- eral manager Mario Garcia, offers a unique line of win- dows and doors called Alii Extreme, which is specifical- ly tailored to Hawaii’s tropi- cal climate. It is produced by manufacturer Anlin Win- dows Systems, which spent a decade researching and developing this product to withstand the myriad weath-
waii — including the salty air from the oceans.
The technological ad- vancements on these prod- ucts are unmatched with features like Comfort-CoreTM Foam Fill, Triple-Guard Weatherstripping, Innergy® Fiberglass Reinforcement, Argon “Flood-Filled” cham- ber, Sound Suppression Technology, Upgraded Roll- ers, Aluma-ForceTM Extruded Screen Frame — in which this frame is made with thick walls of high-test aluminum with no worry of bending or damaging during cleanings.
The Argon “Flood-Filled” Chamber increases win- dows’ R-value and minimizes heat exchange through the window — helping to save
Other details of these fea- tures are dissimilar, thicker, glass panes of the sound suppression technology, which substantially reduces noise coming in or going out. The Triple-Guard Weather- stripping comes with three strips for each window add- ing triple protection against moisture, dirt, noise, bacte- ria, mold and mildew.
One of the greatest ben- efits is the INFINIT-e Plus High Performance Glazing System featuring Anlin Ar- mor, which adds even more protection and durability.
It’s not only these fea-
make Alii Extreme among the best in the in- dustry, but also its incred- ible True Double Lifetime Limited Warranty. Garcia reminds customers that it is important to do your re- search before buying, and this is especially true for
Anlin’s warranty is un-
matched by any other com- pany because it has a specific warranty for Hawaii home- owners, unlike other major manufacturers who do not even cover Hawaii in their warranties. Furthermore, other manufacturers do not have windows that are tai-
lored to Hawaii weather, but instead are “one size fits all” and are nationally offered.
Other reasons it is impor- tant to do research and to read the fine print of the warranties is to, of course, see what is covered and for how long. You’ll find that other manufacturers have a warranty that covers their products for only 20 years, and then only 10 years for the subsequent homeowner should you sell your house. Additionally, there are spe- cific sections on houses near coastal seashores, which other manufacturers only warranty products for 10 years installed between 2 miles and 1,001 feet from the shoreline.
To Anlin, this is unaccept- able and makes it a point to support its customer and stand behind its product. With an Anlin warranty, Alii Extreme is fully transferrable and is good for life for the subsequent homeowner. There also is complimenta- ry accidental glass breakage
replacement, whereas other manufacturers wouldn’t cov- er that, much less even the labor for replacement.
When choosing your win- dows, Garcia advises to ask these questions: What would happen if a dealer goes out of business and where would they stand at the time of a warranty claim? Would the manufacturer honor its na- tional warranty, which does not cover Hawaii unless the dealer is still in business? A lot of times, the answer to these questions is dis- appointing, however, with Windows Hawaii you can rest assured that you will be covered for life.
Visit Anlin’s website at for more details, which has a tab specifically for Hawaii. Windows Hawaii is the islands’ exclusive dis- tributor of Anilin products and does not use subcon- tractors. From getting a quote and estimate to in- stallation, and even beyond, Windows Hawaii is there through it all.
CONTACT 671-0808 • 383-7233 (cell) ADDRESS 91-314 Komohana St., Kapolei EMAIL WEB

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