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We accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards except for American Express. Financing through GreenSky Credit is also available.
If you notice one or more of the following, it may be time to replace your windows:
Our goal is to ensure that your new windows or doors are ordered correctly. We utilize a thorough approach so that the chances of mistakes are minimal, and the installation goes smoothly.
Below is a brief summary of what you can expect once you tell your salesman that you’ve chosen True View to be your window company:
Lead times are based off the date that the product is ordered once True View has completed final measure, obtained a signed contract, and processed the 50 percent deposit. Lead times will always depend on the manufacturer and the product ordered. The most commonly sold products, unpainted vinyl windows, usually have a lead time of 4-6 weeks. Lead times will always be specified on your contract/purchase agreement.
On most occasions, your windows will be installed from the outside. Even though this is the case, our installation crew will still need interior access when setting the windows/doors and during any interior finish work, such as caulking or trim.
True View provides installation throughout the year, regardless of the season. To minimize your energy costs, our crews install one window/door at a time and make sure to close off the rooms they are in to minimize any potential loss.
Yes, please see our product warranty page for complete details.
We have a variety of safety glass options available including tempered, bullet resistant, and laminated glass.
Yes, we can install a pet door on either side of the sliding portion of the door.
Yes, Low-E glass works in all seasons. In the winter, Low-E glass keeps heat inside by reducing the amount escaping though the glass and helping to lower heating bills. Low-E glass also reduces the amount of direct heat that enters through the glass. Thus, reducing the solar heat gain and decreasing cooling costs.
Energy Star is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy that aims to help consumers save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices. For more information, visit www.energystar.gov.
A U-factor (or U-value) of a window or door is the rate of heat loss. The lower the U-factor, the better the window or door keeps heat in your home during the winter. This means lower heating bills.