Replacement Windows: Now or Later?

 

Replacement Windows: To replace Now or later? That is the question.

People like you ask us all the time… do I need to replace my windows now or should I wait until later?  How do I know if now the right time is?  I don’t want to regret my decision; but I have a lot of projects going on right now.   Should I do my ___________________ (insert project here) first, or replace my windows first?

If you listen to any window salesman talk he will say NOW NOW NOW!    Every radio commercial you hear and every advertisement you see might make it look like you absolutely need to drop everything and get your windows replaced immediately.  

Guess what?   You don’t.  There are situations with every homeowner in every home where you can wait to replace them.    Maybe your windows are old, but still seem to be working just fine.   Maybe the seal has failed but the window is in a back bedroom that sits empty.   Maybe starting with the windows in your main living space would make you more comfortable.   Maybe you really WANT new windows to make a space look fresh but realistically you know they aren’t dire and you can save money by waiting. Here is the thing.   Maybe you’re right.  

Download our FREE infographic on “Replacement Windows:  Now or later?“  and see for yourself. 

When you’re ready, contact us.  We’ll give you a free, no obligation quote,  talk to you about interest free financing AND even introduce our Guaranteed Price Program.

Author: Melissa Brager

 

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Nobody wants to call a Window Guy: Why Universal Windows Direct is different.

Steve the Window Guy isn't your normal window guy.

 

Steve The Window Guy sells more than just windows in MN! Steve The Window Guy sells more than just windows in MN!

I know what you’re thinking.  

“Hmmmpf.   I need new windows.  But I will do anything possible to avoid having a window guy come into my home to give a quote.   Those guys give me the creeps.”

You’re right, actually.  “Window guys” ,  in fact contractors in general,  don’t have the reputation for being stand up guys.   They don’t typically exude cleanliness, professionalism or service.   It is a rough reputation that the good guys work to overcome every single day.

You can have a good experience with a window guy.

Selling windows (siding, doors and roofing) is a wild life.   It takes me away from my family most evenings and many weekends.   My time is important to me.  I love my family.  I wouldn’t risk being away from them only to waste your time and your family time.  

When you invite me into your home, my goal is simple.  I want you to be as excited about my company and products as I am.   I will Share stories with you about my company and why it means so much to me.   I do this because I know you need to feel comfortable with Twin CIties Homeowners replace windows, siding and roofing with Steve the WIndow Guythe company before anything else happens.   

Next, I’ll show you our products and why I have dedicated my life to stand behind them.  I didn’t make the decision lightly and I don’t expect you to either.   

Did you know that most guys won’t even bring a sample into your home?  

After that comes the fun part.  We discuss your project.  What is your dream scenario?   Is it all the windows or just a few?     Do you have a patio door that is worthless?  Have you been secretly hoping you could afford the front door?  Are you wishing the siding could be next?  How is that roof holding up?    Are we talking need or want?  Are we driven by curb appeal, energy savings or are we strictly working with a budget?   Do you like to do all cash or is financing appealing to you?   What colors are we talking about?  What options?    As you can see there is a lot of information that needs to be covered, and that is why I like both homeowners, or both decision makers to be available at the appointment. 

Did you know that lots of sales people s don’t even ask what you’re thinking about?

With the information you have given me, I will price out your project.  And I will ask for your business.  After all, this is how I make my living.  I’m not going to spend the evening talking to you without asking for your business.    But guess what?  I’m also not going to bully you into doing business with me.   We’re going to be friends by the time we leave. You’re going to want me doing the work. 

You’ve heard the horror stories of the 4 hour sales pitch. 

My job is to help you make your decision.  Not to convince you to accept mine.     To get started today with a free, no obligation estimate on windows, siding, doors or roofing, contact us today or call us at (612)866-2888

 

 Author:  Steve Brager