You may have had every intention of getting new windows or doors in your home this summer, but more than likely it didn’t happen because of everything else that gets planned for this time of the year. Instead of picking out your new window look, you were picking out where to go camping. Instead of choosing the color of your new front door, you were choosing when you should cook dinner after your vacation nap.
Those other activities are exactly what you should be doing during the summer, because summer only comes around once a year. Windows and doors can be replaced at any time of the year, and it just so happens that because you didn’t get your new windows or door this summer you now get to take advantage of our fall sales event.
Fall Sales Event
For this year’s Fall Sales Event, we are going to save you money on both windows and doors.
For doors, you are going to be able to get any door we have for 25% less than what we normally sell them for. So no matter if you need a front door, a side door, a patio door, French doors, sliding doors, or gliding doors they are all 25% off.
If windows are more of what you are looking for and you like getting things for free, then you are really going to like the sale we have going on right now for our windows. For a limited time, for every 3 windows that you purchase you are going to get one for free!
Not only is fall a great time to save money on your windows and doors with our great sale, it is also a great time of year to install new windows and doors.
Most homeowners prefer to have their new windows and doors installed during the summer and spring months, so our schedule is nowhere near as busy in the fall and winter as it is in the spring and summer. This means that we will be able to install your new windows and doors a lot faster right now, than we could at any other time of the year.
But don’t wait too much longer, or you are going to miss the sale. Also if you call us today to start the process of getting your new windows or doors, you will have them just in time for the holidays.